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Liberty Reserve...what a pain in the a$$!!

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by lastsamurai, Aug 26, 2011.

  1. lastsamurai

    lastsamurai Newbie

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    Hi guys...

    I have been trying to purchase some offshore vps with Liberty Reserve but it has been really difficult to fund my account since I got Paypal or Moneybookers to do it. I've been looking all over for a reliable exchanger to do this for me and it has been near to impossible thing to do. I am aware of all the cons implied but I need this bad.

    Do any reputable members here can do this for me? or is there an exchanger that do this?

    Thanks in advance!

    LS

    MODS: Not sure if this is the right sub-forum to post this, if it isn't please move it to the right section.
     
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  2. sgornick

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    The problem for you is both PayPal and MoneyBookers specifically prohibit the use of those payment networks for buying or selling digital currencies, of which LR is considered.

    One path to obtaining LR is to first buy Bitcoin and then convert bitcoin to LR.

    You can buy Bitcoin using funds from a bank transfer from dozens of countries. Depending on where you are, you might be able to deposit cash at a bank to fund an account. For example, in the U.S., you can deposit cash at any Wells Fargo or Chase bank and then use those funds at ExchB, a Bitcoin exchange.

    Bitcoins can then be transferred to Mt. Gox exchange and sold for Mt. Gox USD funds. A MtGox USD voucher can then be used to purchase LR at AurumXChange, for instance.
     
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  3. vebxperts

    vebxperts Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    If anyone have solution to this please PM as well...looking for it badly...and if I found anyone I'll let you know as well OP. :)
     
  4. oxonbeef

    oxonbeef BANNED BANNED

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    Currency exchanges are against the rules.
    But I don't know if it is against them to refer people
    to a reliable exchanger who I have used for many years
    and exchanged thousands of dollars with.

    I'll have to confer.

    And the easiest way I know to fund LR is with Ukash
    It's anonymous too.
     
  5. jerra

    jerra Regular Member

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    I'm glad you started this thread. I've been having similar problems!! I'm also shocked at the commissions people take!!

    I just used somebody, and HOPE the purchase will go through tomorrow.
     
  6. oxonbeef

    oxonbeef BANNED BANNED

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    All exchanges I do take less then 5 minutes.:(
    And I never pay more then 6%
     
  7. Planner

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    I was going to open a new thread for this. But this one is spot on.
    Not wanting to hijack it though. Hope you don't mind lastsamurai san.

    I want to buy a service from a seller who only accepts Liberty Reserve.
    Need to pay him just USD$60 Liberty Reserve.

    Yesterday I opened a Liberty Reserve a/c. But got fed up with the extortionate fees of the exchangers. I've seen fees ranging from USD$10 - USD$35 (some Japanese exchanger) to exchange USD$60 Liberty Reserve.
    I do not mind paying the USD$10, but there are no exchangers with this fee who accept credit cards for funding.

    Do you know of any fast, reliable, trustworthy and affordable exchanger(s) who can do this ?
    Please contact if not allowed to post in here.

    And why can't Liberty Reserve handle funding and withdrawing themselves ?
    I searched their blog, and apparently they promised it looooooong time ago :
    blog.libertyreserveCOM/2009/03/credit-card-processing-and-other.html
     
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  8. xwolf00

    xwolf00 Newbie

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    you can use wm-center dot com, they are legit and they convert LR to every kind of other epayment system including the big P. you can search around the forum their is a thread about them.
     
  9. T2tkid

    T2tkid Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    If you need where you can exchange your paypal to liberty reserve. You can PM. But you will have to work it out. They take 10%. Pretty high.
     
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  10. Planner

    Planner Newbie

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    Thanks for your response guys. But I need to buy Liberty Reserve with my CC. A plastic one, not virtual. So the exchanger must accept CC.
    wm-center doesn't accept CC when buying Liberty Reserve.
     
  11. soundboy

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    all these online currencies are so shady and all in rusia humm
     
  12. webblackart

    webblackart Registered Member

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    you can try to find an exchanger that accepts liqpay, that way you should be able to buy lr by cc.
     
  13. withdrawal_business

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    i have a vps and can accept your paypal if you need
     
  14. ehinoze

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    True liberty reserve can be hard to load,but that's because i think lr has something to do with gold,which is at extremes right now.10% is not too much.
     
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    Its usually the more reliable ones who charge more.

    I've used Gaxee.com in the past and they are awesome !
     
  16. Planner

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    No LickPay, ClitPay, DickPay, ShitPay, or WHY. No extra sharks.
    I need an exchanger who accepts CC for Liberty Reserve USD$.
    That means 1 (one) exchanger shark only.

    For Christ's sake, how complicated can they make it ?
    This is about USD$60. It's not like it's profits from drug dealing.
    So why is all this money laundering through exchanger sharks required ?

    Forget it. I'm not feeding the sharks.

    No wonder PayPal is so popular, and still gets away with their shite, which borders at criminal activity. But still, people keep panicking if they do not have a PayPal a/c, or lost their PayPal a/c.

    Thanks all for your input. All frustration is towards Liberty Reserve and their network of exchanger sharks, not to you.

    Planner, out!
     
  17. Planner

    Planner Newbie

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    I had already seen AE. Problem is that no one can fund with a CC. I'm not in the US. So International Bank Wire or Bank Transfer for just $60 is out of the question.
    They don't trust me, why should I trust them?
    Glad my bank still trusts me.

    Thanks for taking the time to reply.

    But like I wrote earlier : Forget it. I'm not feeding the sharks.

    Planner, out!
     
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  18. kijkij

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    I am using entelnova ex. service for LR exchange for years. They accept WU so you can use your CC to send them WU to buy LR.
     
  19. Planner

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    I already solved the problem.
    On earlier searches, I noticed that some online casinos showed up in the search results.
    I had constantly skipped them. But this time I actually clicked through to the online casinos.
    Surprise, surprise! Instant exchange without fees, and immediate availability.
    These online casinos accept Liberty Reserve and credit cards for instant deposits and instant withdrawals.
    Problem solved!!!
    I deposited $70 with my credit card and withdrew $60 into my Liberty Reserve.
    Leaving the remainder as balance in the casino a/c. To keep it open, and available for possible future use.

    Eat you heart out Exchanger Sharks!
     
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  20. oxonbeef

    oxonbeef BANNED BANNED

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    I just give my exchanger 6% Seems like a fair deal to me.