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Receiving Money Anonymously

Discussion in 'Business & Tax Advice' started by documentarytt, May 23, 2011.

  1. documentarytt

    documentarytt Newbie

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    Hey guys,

    I've been thinking about how to receive payments anonymously for a while.

    Read about PP, Western U. etc. but don't really know how to do it. No illegal stuff; I just don't want hundreds of people to see who is receiving the money when they buy an eBook or service.

    Any help via reply or PM is highly appreciated.

    Tom
     
  2. keinehabe

    keinehabe Supreme Member

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    there is not such thing '' anonymously '' into online payments , not even offline ones . Somewhere somehow at some points remain traces , if is needed to be found the seller ... At this moment it's seems most reliable e-currency payment it's libertyreserve - try and google them , you can take your cash from there via some private exchangers , if you don't find one reliable I can introduce you to my exhanger hes a good guy and proven to work on long term basis . Even webmoney - also very robust platform for online payments , highly secure .
    Cash transfer services like westernunion / moneygram / smith&smith and others by the type are good for sending cash person to person , most of them ban commercial transfers for goods or services .
    GayPal was , is and will be - monopoly moneys , always you risk to have your account limited , money frozen and never seen , this guys made millions freezing founds on the system from small amounts :) try and google and see horrible stories about them , only reason for what they keep being used it's because , average american buyers are flooded with advertising about their services , and the society it's so commercial and so '' easy to fool '' :) , of course if you are a big company who can shove millions on legal fees on some high street lawyers gaypal never will play with your nerves :)
     
  3. documentarytt

    documentarytt Newbie

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    Thanks for the pointers.

    What do you think about Bitcoin?
     
  4. SelenaArianaVidal

    SelenaArianaVidal BANNED BANNED

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    If you need help in this I can help. I have individuals willing to use their id to accept money transfers. I also have a bank in London willing to accept money, but minimum has to be at least 5K. I would require a 15% fee for this.

    Capitalism best system of all.
     
  5. Globalmerchant

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    I am sorry but it sounds like your trying to get money from people and not have them be able to track you cause your going to run with there money. Or you are a kidnapper, terrorist. If i send some one money for something I want to be able to track it if I never get what i ordered.
     
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    The key is partnering with a large institution that is beyond reproach. That is what I have. But for small amounts it is not worth the time.
     
  7. documentarytt

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    I'm sure some of the guys here figured it out already, but they don't want to tell me. ;)

    The fees are exactly what I want to avoid, otherwise I'd just open an offshore account.
     
  8. 0_inspiration

    0_inspiration Regular Member

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    You know, back in the late 80's/early 90's we'd use stamps in the black economy, completely untraceable, and actually fairly easy to transfer into material objects :D
    Not so useful to you, but it always makes me smile how many crimes were committed for a few books of stamps!