Neteller non-gambling merchants

belgamo

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Does anyone know of non-gambling related merchants that take neteller? I asked neteller and thay said do a Google search. I keep finding casinos. I would rather spend what is left than let it sit for who knows how long.
 

winbig

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I asked neteller and thay said do a Google search.


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OMG that has to be the most hilarious thing I've ever heard in my life!!!!!!!!

hahahahahahahahaahahahahahaahahahaahahahahahahaahaaha


But seriously, looking for non-gambling businesses that take Neteller is the same as going out on a Snipe hunt :thumbsup:
 

vinylweatherman

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OMG that has to be the most hilarious thing I've ever heard in my life!!!!!!!!

hahahahahahahahaahahahahahaahahahaahahahahahahaahaaha


But seriously, looking for non-gambling businesses that take Neteller is the same as going out on a Snipe hunt :thumbsup:

I get the impression that Neteller want you to go fishing for them in case their are ways US clients can still spend their money - then they can put a stop to it as they have just done with peer to peer - the only official non-gambling use for a Neteller account!
 

footdr

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THERE AREN'T ANY

That division of Neteller plc was created totally for gambling transactions. They state there are other merchants but it is a smoke-screen. There used to be a list of their merchants on one of their Neteller Group plc sites but the link has been shut down. (gee, wonder why?)

The smart thing would have been to market their service to other merchant groups. But they did'nt

Good news is that their last company report says they are holding U.S. customer funds in a trust account. Allowing withdrawals upon customer demand.

I would contact Neteller Group plc, stockholder relations and lodge a complaint if you don't get your money. (even though you aren't a stockholder, your inquiry will get to the corporate level at least

Claim you'll go to the News media!!!!!
 

eric5148

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At conjelco.com you can buy poker/gambling related books and videos with Neteller. I think you have to email them to find out how.

If you do a search on ebay, you can find some items where Neteller is accepted.
 

winbig

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Selling neteller funds, someone had a good ideal.
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That's assuming this guy is legit...

Plus, this guy would have to have a merchant account seeing as how peer > peer transfers are disabled for US players...

Check this one out:

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$187 for $150 worth of egold??? :eek: Do the math: ~24% markup!!!! I'm not THAT desperate.
 

winbig

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Beware. I really don't think this guy is legit. He said that he had a peer to peer transfer 2 days ago. I think that's either total BS, or he transferred it to a non-US account.

I used the "contact seller" via Ebay asking him whether or not he had a merchant account, and he replied with "I have a certified Neteller account". I think that may be true, because his email address was from Italy.

Even so, US customers can't transfer money to him, so what's the use? :D

People are getting DESPERATE! $375 in Neteller funds for $199! No bidding, either. That price is "Buy it now".

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It looks like Neteller isn't telling everybody the whole truth. US customers can apparently send peer > peer as long as they're not sending it to another US account :what:

Can anyone verify this?
 

vinylweatherman

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Beware. I really don't think this guy is legit. He said that he had a peer to peer transfer 2 days ago. I think that's either total BS, or he transferred it to a non-US account.

I used the "contact seller" via Ebay asking him whether or not he had a merchant account, and he replied with "I have a certified Neteller account". I think that may be true, because his email address was from Italy.

Even so, US customers can't transfer money to him, so what's the use? :D

People are getting DESPERATE! $375 in Neteller funds for $199! No bidding, either. That price is "Buy it now".

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It looks like Neteller isn't telling everybody the whole truth. US customers can apparently send peer > peer as long as they're not sending it to another US account :what:

Can anyone verify this?


This cannot be good for Neteller, they must be annoyed that eBay are hosting these auctions. This is effectively trading Neteller funds as "junk bonds", a stockmarket term for traded debt where the company who issued the original loan stock is unlikely to be able to redeem it. Terms such as x% of face value are used to value such bonds.
There is no reason for these guys to not deliver, it's a goldmine if they do, and so long as they deliver on their promises they will get a good buyer rating. eBay may well decide to ban this type of auction (in fact, they really SHOULD)

I though that doing a peer to peer from a US to a non-US account was the big problem Neteller worried about, and maybe it was these auctions that made them take the action as it could result in later problems with legal action from US account holders who had to trade their funds at below face value. By preventing peer to peer, Neteller have stopped this trade in it's tracks in it's current form. It will now take the cooperation of a non-gambling merchant. I don;t believe simply buying gambling/poker related books counts as online gambling, so US account holders should be able to spend their funds on poker books that are of little use since they can't play now online anyway:rolleyes:
 

footdr

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WHAT A SCAM

It would seem to me that Ebay would not allow such transactions as they are gambling transactions.

Funds received from casino being transfered for payment. I think that is what the Law is trying to block.

Also, you are suppose to have the item you are trying to sell and since it is probably not going to fly with Neteller, anyone bidding on this is an absolute idiot.The bidder obviously needs a neteller account and would need to be a non-us customer. What a mess this transaction would be
 

Tester

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1) In Neteller's reports, they said that about 5% of their business is form non-gambling merchants.

2) Dominique here wrote that non-gambling merchants were rejectred by Neteller from doing business with them. I find it hard to beleive, but who knows their reasoning.

3) The selling of Neteller p2p transfers is irelevant now, as Neteller stoped US citizens from p2p transfers altogether.
 
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