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« on: May 26, 2016, 06:24 »
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Dear members!

We are happy to present to you a service for making electronic payments, newbielink:https://www.epayments.com/ [nonactive], an electronic wallet which allows for making payments quickly, safely and with minimal fees.

About ePayments

Our company is registered in the United Kingdom and operates according to English law. In 2014 ePayments received an FCA licence (UK) which confirmed the reliability of our service and provided the legal right to issue electronic money. ePayments guarantees the safety of financial operations and the protection of confidential information.

How ePayments works:

Working with payments with ePayments is easy and simple: the e-Wallet allows you to make payments and calculations, whereas the ePayments Prepaid Card allows to pay for goods and services in stores and withdraw funds from ATMs.

You can top up your e-Wallet using several methods:
  • Internal transfer
  • WebMoney
  • Bank transfer

Withdraw funds:
  • Cash from ATMs with ePayments card
  • Payment in POS-terminals with ePayments card
  • Internal transfer
  • Bank transfer
  • Transfer to WebMoney
  • Withdraw funds to credit/debit card

It is possible to make payments to our cards from any affiliate networks. To receive a payment on ePayments you need just to clarify with your partner programme the most convenient way for them to pay- directly by internal transfer on ePayments (in which case you need just to provide your ePID) or, for example, by bank transfer (you can find the necessary details needed for such a transfer on the Add funds page in your personal account).

Our mobile applications:

Available on newbielink:https://itunes.apple.com/ru/app/epayments/id553453089?mt=8 [nonactive] and newbielink:https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=clientapp.swiftcom.org [nonactive].

Manage your finances from your smartphone! Our applications support the following services:
  • Add funds to e-Wallet by bank transfer;
  • Transfer funds from e-Wallet to bank cards;
  • Transfer funds between e-Wallets and ePayments cards;
  • Transfer funds to/from WebMoney;
  • Transfer funds to anybody by their telephone number or email;
  • Exchange currencies;
  • Order, activate and make full use of ePayments cards.

newbielink:https://my.epayments.com/#/registration?type=0&promo=microstockgroup [nonactive]

I will be happy to answer any questions which you may have.

Sincerely yours,
Lydia, ePayments community-manager.
« Last Edit: April 08, 2018, 06:23 by ePayments »


« Reply #1 on: May 26, 2016, 08:47 »
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Hello, lets say i would like to withdraw 100$ from shutterstock with wire transfer to epayments account. What fees are there from 100$ transfered? thank you

« Reply #2 on: May 27, 2016, 04:20 »
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Hello, lets say i would like to withdraw 100$ from shutterstock with wire transfer to epayments account. What fees are there from 100$ transfered? thank you

Hello!
You can do this if the service enables the transfers to third parties details. Epayments does not charge fee for incoming wire transfers.

Sincerely yours,
Lydia, ePayments community-manager.

PZF

« Reply #3 on: May 28, 2016, 01:40 »
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...... if the service enables the transfers to third parties details......

?

Dook

« Reply #4 on: May 28, 2016, 05:51 »
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It means the same thing that we discussed about Payoneer. It's up to Shutterstock to allow this option. Now it's only Skrill and Paypal. I hope Shutterstock and other agencies will allow us to choose whichever service we want someday.

« Reply #5 on: May 31, 2016, 07:07 »
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...... if the service enables the transfers to third parties details......

?
Hello!
We cannot open personal bank accounts for our users. Incoming payments are accepted for ePayments' company account with our bank on behalf of our users.

Sincerely yours,
Lydia, ePayments community-manager.

« Reply #6 on: June 20, 2016, 10:35 »
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Dear Users!
On 21 June from 0.30 until 8.30 GMT the card issuer WaveCrest will undertake planned technical work. For cards beginning with the numbers 5311 and 5237 all card operations will be unavailable, including cash withdrawal and payment for goods and services. This work may also prevent the activation of the card from new card issuer if you still have a card from WaveCrest.

Please take this information into consideration.

Yours sincerely,
ePayments team


 

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