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Question: Should we offer Moneybookers as a payout option?  (Voting closed: July 13, 2012, 08:29:50 PM)
Yes & I would sell you coins today! - 0 (0%)
Yes. - 4 (40%)
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Don't care I wouldn't use your service anyways. - 2 (20%)
Moneybookers?  What the hell is a Moneybooker? - 4 (40%)
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July 06, 2012, 08:29:50 PM
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A few members have asked us to add Moneybookers as a payout option for our FastCash4Bitcoins service. Coins would be bought at our normal price and there would be a 1% fee deducted from the payout amount.  Initially the min & max would be $50 and $1,000 per transaction.

Would you be interested?  If not what payout option would you like to see?
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July 06, 2012, 10:31:30 PM
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A few members have asked us to add Moneybookers as a payout option Would you be interested?  If not what payout option would you like to see?

From the Bitcoin Wiki article (which I've contributed to):

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Moneybookers Terms of Use agreements states "The Company at its sole discretion, reserves the right to close an account of any Customer at any time for any or no reason"[1]. There have been reports of those trading bitcoins for Moneybookers finding their accounts terminated.

 - http://en.bitcoin.it/wiki/Moneybookers

I don't remember the exact circumstances that prompted me to post that cautionary note but I believe it was something along the lines as what is seen with PayPal (account closed, funds in the account, including those not involved in the trade, frozen -- not immediately returned).

However, it'll probably work until the moment it doesn't, so you may get days, weeks or months before anything happens.

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