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Has anyone used them before? I heard they are not as trustworthy and reliable as others. But neteller requires you to have a cheque so FirePay is really my only option. Any opinions on them?
 
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I use firepay , and it is relieable, they even called me when i made a transaction. We all know though, that neteller seems to be the leader in internet banking, some sites even go as far as giving bonuses for depositing with them, and i have seen neteller to be the best internet bank option to withdraw with ( i saw a poker site that allowed 10000$ withdrawals daily with neteller) that for a PRO player would be just awesome. Only reason i dont use it is, i dont got a bill or something i can send them, this making firepay the favorite. As a current Firepay user, i can assure you , you will find them relaible ( i cant spell that word :eek: ) and wont be dissapointed.
 
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I oppose Firepay

The reason I don't like them is because they said when I deposit money into my firepay wallet they would have to hold it for 5 or 6 Business days. Neteller is very easy to use and fas and convienient you do not need a cheque to hook up your bank account. Just enter the check number as 123 and follow the directions after. If you do get stuck go to the live chat and they will help with anything you need or want to know. There is a way to enter your bank information manually (without a check) if you do decide to gothrough with neteller let me refer you there and We will both benefit. ;)

Welcome to CC forums, hope to see you around.

Good Luck
 
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I have both FirePay and Neteller, and I can tell you from experience that Neteller is by far superior. Most, if not all sites take Neteller; the same cannot be said for FirePay. If you want to know more, we have an article in the Articles section by xdmanx007: Introduction to Neteller. The only time you would need to register a checking account with them is to use the InstaCash feature (which I love), or for an EFT transfer.
 
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