ePayments f****d up

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true, but I wasn't using ePayments for crypto, just to get my payouts and transfer them on the same day to my bank account
Not only You, I think 90% of payments customers used just like you are, and maybe 10% used for that crypto stuff.
 

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If anyone is interested, today, I received my money from epayments, 2 years after they suspended their operations.
 

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I recieved my funds back after they've had it blocked for 2 years. Happy about it, never thought imma see them back tho.
 

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I got mine as well, but those thieves stole 1.2k eur from me.

You see, I had most of my balance in USD. They added a new policy, 2.6% conversion fee, which didn't exist before, and added only EUR as a payment option, therefore forcing you to convert to eur.

Mikhail RYMANOV, the owner of ePayments, tends to f*k people over. He screwed many people with his other business too, DSX exchange (millions of USD suddenly "lost")

Lesson learned. Stay away from any business with ties/stuff related to Russia. It never ends well.
 

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I got mine as well, but those thieves stole 1.2k eur from me.

You see, I had most of my balance in USD. They added a new policy, 2.6% conversion fee, which didn't exist before, and added only EUR as a payment option, therefore forcing you to convert to eur.

Mikhail RYMANOV, the owner of ePayments, tends to f*k people over. He screwed many people with his other business too, DSX exchange (millions of USD suddenly "lost")

Lesson learned. Stay away from any business with ties/stuff related to Russia. It never ends well.
Man that sucks, anyways after i recieved the funds i've shut down my account asap. Don't wanna have any kind of business anymore related to them.
 

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I also received an email from epayments today, asking me to fill out some kind of questionnaire. But of course I'm more interested in dsx, because there were several dozens of ether bought at $20-25 in 2016. It seems like a more interesting $ amount now.
 

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I also received an email from epayments today, asking me to fill out some kind of questionnaire. But of course I'm more interested in dsx, because there were several dozens of ether bought at $20-25 in 2016. It seems like a more interesting $ amount now.
DSX is gone. They're under administration.

The administration company distributes what's left from DSX balances to the users.

Users had 15m GBP with DSX

DSX has only 700k GBP left in banks

In addition to that, the administration company fees are paid from the user's balances. This reduced the available money further. It's been under administration 2 years now.

The administration company charges some 400 GBP per hour.

The total available amount right now, after the administration fees, is only 290k. Source: https://find-and-update.company-information.service.gov.uk/company/08927164/filing-history under fillings tab "Administrator's progress report"

Mikhail RYMANOV is a scumbag connected with other scumbags. COURTNEIDGE, Robert Edmund was the Director of ePayments.com before the AML scandal.

Robert Courtneidge is the guy who helped Ruja Ignatova, the lady behind the one coin $4 billion scam, launder some of her money. Source:https://www.bloomberg.com/news/feat...boom-masks-a-shady-side-of-london-s-money-hub

Perhaps ePayments was used, thus the ban hammer for AML from the FCA.

Conclusion: Mikhail RYMANOV is a con artist.
 
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