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How to fund liberty reserve?

Discussion in 'Making Money' started by nicofan, Apr 24, 2013.

  1. nicofan

    nicofan Junior Member

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    Hello

    I am looking for a way to put some funds (50USD) into my liberty reserve account to pay someone. The problem is that all I have is a prepaid master card and a paypal account with this mastercard attached. If I want to buy LR (liberty reserve $) with my mastercard they charge fees around 15%. lolwut?!

    I found an exchanger where I could exchange paypal$ for libertyreserve$. Does that mean I can use my mastercard-funded-paypal account to buy liberty reserve? Or would I need this money to be in my paypal account?

    If I fund paypal with my bank account, that would cost me 20$ in fees again.

    does somebody know a solution? thanks
     
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  2. contentxpro

    contentxpro Registered Member

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    Yes, you can exchange the Paypal for LR and that should be a better option, but hey, scammers out there! Try looking for a reliable exchanger, would probably charge $1 Paypal =$ 1.5 LR
     
  3. nicofan

    nicofan Junior Member

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    the site I looked at was one of the official exchangers on liberty reverse's website. I thought 1$ paypal is 1$ liberty reserve. the seller I need to buy from also accepts bitcoins. maybe I'll buy 0.7 bitcoins or whatever is the equivalent of 100$. Bitcoins don't seem to have transaction fees, low buying fees and are anonymous.

    I'm now trying to find out if btc-e.com accepts my prepaid mastercard to buy bitcoins but they have somewhat contradicting statements on payments they accept:

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    [I]Do you accept any alternate forms of payment such as Debit/[B]Credit Cards[/B] and [B]Liberty Reserve[/B]?[/I]
    
    
    At this time, BTC-e is currently [B]not accepting any of these payment methods[/B]. All transactions carried out on our website are irreversible; therefore use of payment methods that are reversible would be a detrimental venture for us. The presently [B]supported payment methods are[/B] : US Bank Wire, EU Bank Wire (SEPA), [COLOR=#ff0000][B]Liberty Reserve[/B][/COLOR], Visa, [COLOR=#ff0000][B]Mastercard[/B][/COLOR], Liqpay.com, unikarta.com, PerfectMoney.com, WebCreds.com, Ukash.com, Webmoney.ru.
    
    strange...
     
  4. G-S-T

    G-S-T Executive VIP Jr. VIP

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    did you get anywhere with this? i need to put $80 paypal into liberty reserve or webmoney if anyone can help.
     
  5. nicofan

    nicofan Junior Member

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    I didn't buy LR in the end. I stupidly bought Bitcoins while they were at 135$. two days later they went down to 90$. Now I have to wait until they are up again, because I don't have enough money to make the purchase I wanted. annoying.
     
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    I used to work with these guys http://my-xchange.biz/?lang=en
    Just have a look.
     
  7. nicofan

    nicofan Junior Member

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    good thing I went for the more expensive bitcoins rather than the LR. I would have lost it all due to this unstable third world country USA.