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extremedox101

road walker
Entrepreneur
those theories are just excuses and fairy tales . epayments is money laundering/scam service . at end of the day they robe their client base without serious ground and stay quiet it's over.
 

amateur

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those theories are just excuses and fairy tales . epayments is money laundering/scam service . at end of the day they robe their client base without serious ground and stay quiet it's over.

Maybe You are right, but how they can get with that, in that case, they 'robe' as You said, a lot of money... Is possible that anyone will not that any action? In that case, they stole, literally millions, maybe billion...
 

extremedox101

road walker
Entrepreneur
Maybe You are right, but how they can get with that, in that case, they 'robe' as You said, a lot of money... Is possible that anyone will not that any action? In that case, they stole, literally millions, maybe billion...
it happened before in the last decade and history will repeat it self . there were million dollars lost when some payment services blocked by regulators due to illegal activities.
the only difference that epayments did not give a flying [email protected] about customer from the first.
 

Admin

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it happened before in the last decade and history will repeat it self . there were million dollars lost when some payment services blocked by regulators due to illegal activities.
the only difference that epayments did not give a flying [email protected] about customer from the first.
I totally agree, I remember one large US payment processor D-Bill that left their merchants with a million class los. It is not new if you have been around for years.
 

Martin Everson

Offshore Retiree
Mentor Group Gold
Elite Member
So we are in September now and people still have not got their money back from epayments, is that correct? eek¤%&
 

reesek

EU IBANs for everyone!
Silver Member
yes
 

tom0159

New member
Possible good news!:
We apologise for the time it has taken to get to this stage. We understand that not having access to your funds, particularly during the current climate, will not have been easy for a number of you.

We are pleased to announce that the work on updating our compliance systems and controls is advancing well.

As part of this we have redesigned our whole approach to how we will work with you in the future.

We are pleased to announce that we are now in a position to start the process of updating our customers records. This process is an important step toward allowing us to start enabling you to access the funds inside your ePayments account in the future.
 

Admin

Forum Moderator
Staff member
Elite Member
I don't know, we will have to wait and see how this new revolutionary way to work together will last. I don't believe it to be valid for long time.
 

Igemon

New member
Something definitely happens.
Today my company received a letter from ePayments stating they "start a process of data collection to re-enable access to frozen funds".
In particular, they asked to verify account again.
This is the first letter in like 6 month. I couldn't believe my eyes :)
 

mepi78

New member
Something definitely happens.
Today my company received a letter from ePayments stating they "start a process of data collection to re-enable access to frozen funds".
In particular, they asked to verify account again.
This is the first letter in like 6 month. I couldn't believe my eyes :)
Did you receive any reply yet?
 

Igemon

New member
No, just performed a verification again.
The day after that I received similar letter concerning my private account, but this time they didn't ask for verification. Just informed that they "started a process".
 
Something definitely happens.
Today my company received a letter from ePayments stating they "start a process of data collection to re-enable access to frozen funds".
In particular, they asked to verify account again.
This is the first letter in like 6 month. I couldn't believe my eyes :)
I also have a bussines account with them. But so far I haven't received any messages / emails to start the process.
Basically what kind of information / documents did they request?
 

Igemon

New member
I also have a bussines account with them. But so far I haven't received any messages / emails to start the process.
Basically what kind of information / documents did they request?
Sorry, don't know. I don't have access to corporate account, and they didn't ask anything from me personally.
 

SweetElf

New member
Hi, I received an email too from them, but I started the whole process with ombudsman some time ago and I'm unsure if replying to epayments demands could mess up the ombudsman process of retrieving the funds.
I do not trust these guys ( epayments) at all, every thing they say it feels like they're about to scam me again.
What do you guys think?
 

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