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Ewallet Express

Discussion in 'America the Beautiful' started by jas2587, May 12, 2008.

    May 12, 2008
  1. jas2587

    jas2587 Ueber Meister

    Occupation:
    none
    Location:
    FL
    There is a 10% fee (maximum $150 - effective March 6, 2006) to withdraw funds from your eWalletXpress account.

    Does any one know a cheaper way to withdraw or get your funds from
    here??


    Thanks
    Cindy
     
  2. May 15, 2008
  3. tesla

    tesla Dormant account PABnoaccred2 PABnoaccred

    Occupation:
    CFO
    Location:
    the world
    I would deposit into a casino that accepts ewalletxpress (like minivegas group) and then you can withdraw using a different method such as quicktender.
     
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  4. May 15, 2008
  5. anniemac

    anniemac Ueber Meister MM PABnoaccred

    Occupation:
    retired
    Location:
    Texas, USA
    Quicktender is not cheap either. $30 off the top to withdraw, plus the middleman fee of $10-20 and then your bank or card or whatever will probably charge you an international wire charge. But that's the price we pay I guess. :)
     
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  6. May 15, 2008
  7. catrina m

    catrina m Senior Member PABaccred

    Occupation:
    service
    Location:
    US of A

    Yes, Quicktender is $30 to transfer to your bank.
     
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