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  • #602889
    Anonymous
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    Hi,

    When will Intertops offer EcoCard as an affiliate payment method?

    Wire transfers from Intertops are expensive — 1% of the amount transferred, plus $30, plus bank fees on my end.

    When other programs pay me via EcoCard, I’m always paid exactly what I earned. I don’t lose money via wire fees.

    Granted, when I withdraw the money from EcoCard, I pay wire fees, but if I can reduce the number of wire transfers I make in a month (i.e. by having everyone pay into my EcoCard account), I can save hundreds of dollars.

    #737798
    Anonymous
    Inactive

    Yes I agree and my players would be in the casino more with Eco as well!

    #737813
    Anonymous
    Inactive

    Hi Guys,

    our payment department is working on this. I will update you as soon as I know more… Sorry I cannot give you an exact timeframe right now.

    #737849
    Anonymous
    Inactive

    Cool thanks for the fast response Roman!:rasta:

    #737903
    aleph
    Member

    While we’re on the subject of Ecocard— I was wondering if everybody gets hit with a $20 charge from a “corresponding” bank on each withdrawal.

    Ecocard charges $10
    My bank charges $10

    But the wire always comes up in my ledger $20 short of what I withdrew after accounting for these fees. I wrote Eco to ask them about this and they say it’s not them, it must be a corresponding bank fee. My bank says they don’t know anything about it—only that the wire was received for said amount. I don’t want to go asking too many questions to call attention to the transfer, hell I just feel lucky to be getting any $$ at all…but I was wondering if this is a standard thing or if I’m being shaved an extra $20 per transaction.

    #737905
    Anonymous
    Inactive

    EcoCard charges $10, then they send the money to another bank that will wire the money to you. That bank charges $20. This is the way it’s been since I started using EcoCard a few months ago.

    So, in reality each withdrawal from EcoCard will always cost you at least $30. However, you’ll only see a $10 charge in the EcoCard interface because the other $20 charge happens after the money is out of EcoCard’s hands.

    #737907
    aleph
    Member

    Thanks for the info…I figured it was like that but since they don’t tell you that up front I just wanted to be sure I wasn’t getting screwed. All things considered it’s a reasonable price to pay. MAN do I miss neteller.

    #743351
    Anonymous
    Inactive

    Hi Guys,

    @Engineer 125344 wrote:

    When will Intertops offer EcoCard as an affiliate payment method?

    As this is now up and running for quite some time, what do you think about it? Is it fulfilling your needs?

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