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Neteller!! DO NOT EVER USE!

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onenumber's avatar - swordgirl
Chicago, IL
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Posted: March 3, 2005, 8:11 pm - IP Logged

Justin,

I had the same problem, they said I answered one of the questions wrong.  They had the name of a person that I worked with a long time ago and I didn't remember their name.  So I had to wait for several days before they would open my account.  But I haven't had any problems with getting my money through them.

    Justin's avatar - hatchap
    Stevens Point
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    Posted: March 3, 2005, 8:19 pm - IP Logged
    Quote: Originally posted by onenumber on March 3, 2005



    Justin,

    I had the same problem, they said I answered one of the questions wrong.  They had the name of a person that I worked with a long time ago and I didn't remember their name.  So I had to wait for several days before they would open my account.  But I haven't had any problems with getting my money through them.




    Thats why i have to wait too. isnt that annoying? lol

    I believe life is about finding someone you cant live without

    And showing them how much you care every day of every month of every year

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      Posted: March 3, 2005, 9:07 pm - IP Logged

      They never ask me any personal information. Only the information that I sign on with.

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        ga.
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        Posted: March 4, 2005, 8:19 am - IP Logged
        Quote: Originally posted by msmusic on March 3, 2005

        They never ask me any personal information. Only the information that I sign on with.




        ME Either !...I tried other services, but they wanted my first born son in order to be approved,it was a   tough

        decision, but I decided against giving him away...I have since changed my mind...LOL

        GracieGirl

          four4me's avatar - gate1
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          Posted: March 4, 2005, 9:07 am - IP Logged

          you all asked. How do they get all your information --- know so much about you.

          Almost every instution especially banks or people who deal with money. When you give your name date of birth and address they can usually open all your personal information from that ie your social security numbers is on file with all three major credit bureaus. Many times when you buy something from sears kmart etc. and use your credit card they sell this information about you.

          Every year you get some kind of privacy statement from these credit card holders and they explain that. >>>> It is up to you to ask all your crditors not to give out your personal information. When you apply for credit like buying a car or house any major appliance. They have your social security number and run it with all major credit breaus who also sometimes sell your information.

          Ever bought a car on credit and then three weeks later receive tons of junk mail from every imaginable place of buisness. Yep you guessed it the dealership sold your personal information to advertisers. Again you have to protect yourself by asking to be dropped from all mailing lists and request that your personal information not be sold. Sad part about this is once they got it your in the system and they swap these files back and forth. It could take years to fade from there files. And only after you make written request to be dropped from mailing lists.

          How do they know about your friends or relatives.  When you apply for a job or credit you are asked to put three references on your paper work. They track there names and addresses right along with yours and know everything about them also.

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            Posted: March 4, 2005, 11:16 am - IP Logged

             

              I also have a separate account just for online purchases, that i only put 

              enough money in for what im purchasing at the time, i have'nt had any 

              trouble with neteller but i did have an experience with another online

              merchant taking more money than they were supposed to, so i decided

              to open another account just for online purchases. My experience with

             neteller so far has been a good one, no complaints.

              unseen's avatar - 4eyes
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              Posted: March 4, 2005, 12:01 pm - IP Logged

              I've never had a problem with them either. I used them after Prepaid ATM never got back with me. I sent PPATM my photo id via fax and SSN# and then never heard from them and even emailed them so I said the he** with them and went with Neteller. With Neteller Ive never had any problem getting my money or making transactions. If there are any sites that are bad (whether gambling sites or online banking site etc) Casinomeister usually knows about it and will report it as a 'Rogue Site' casinomeister