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Need many prepaid rechargeable debit cards for online transactions

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO Tools' started by punkinhead, Mar 22, 2016.

  1. punkinhead

    punkinhead Regular Member

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    There are several paid sites for which I wish to open many accounts as if they are from different users. This means the funds cannot appear to come from the same place. I have been using prepaid debit gift cards, and this works, but they have set amounts. I would prefer a system that lets me reload quickly and without fees when necessary. I don't even need actual cards. Just need separate card numbers to distribute payments.

    Looking for LEGAL way (US) to simply distribute payment via a network of prepaid accounts that are reloadable from central source such as my paypal or bank account without fees and without long waits for xfers.

    So, anything that makes me register a ssn per account is out. This means I can't just do a bunch of paypal accounts, since each would require name and ssn, right?

    Do they have to be "gift" cards to avoid the ssn requirement? Just go to WalMart and check out the options, or is there some quicker and easier way to do this that doesn't even involve physical card?

    Must be legal option. Not looking to commit fraud here. Just looking to spend my own money in distributed fashion.
     
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  2. punkinhead

    punkinhead Regular Member

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    Update: Spoke to Wal-Mart, and they said they don't have any rechargeable solution that doesn't require registering ssn per card.

    Sites I'm using don't accept bitcoin, so needs to go through visa or mastercard, etc.... but not require ssn. They do also accept paypal, but not seeing a way to do multiple paypal accts without ssn attached to each.

    Essentially, that just leaves gift cards, right? Any thoughts? Pure electronic solution? Ideally, this should also NOT look like an exotic solution. Trying to blend in here, not stand out. Don't want to draw attention to potential TOS issues.
     
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  3. kriwil

    kriwil Regular Member

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    Already tried payoneer?
     
  4. sanj108

    sanj108 Regular Member

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    I heard paypal doesn't load payoneer card.