Monday, July 21, 2008 - a new processor

MaxGolds was launched so that anyone with an email account can send or receive credits. Each credit is valued at $1.00 USD. MaxGolds members may redeem their credits for the cash equivalency at any time by selling these credits back to MaxGolds.

You can believe there should be one universal online payment system and will strongly compete to be the provider of choice.

At last, you have found an online payment processor that will not "freeze" or suspend your account MaxGolds will however suspend any account that is found to be involved in any fraudulent or malicious activity, including impersonating a representative or attempting to gain other users passwords. Any decision made by , its officers, or representatives will be final.

"Buyer beware - At any time you join an Income Opportunity or MLM program you are doing so at your own risk. We do not issue refunds if the program turns out to not be what you thought it was, or if they don't hold up to their promises. You should thoroughly investigate any opportunity before making the decision to join - if it sounds too good to be true, it usually is. It should also be noted that voiding your credit card transaction you used to fund your account for any reason constitutes credit card fraud as well as violates many other laws, and will be prosecuted to the maximum extent allowable."

MaxGolds reserves the right to make any changes to its terms of service at any time without prior notification.

Send Money

Receive Money
1.000% plus $0.250 per transaction.

Deposit Funds
E-Gold - 5.000% plus $2.500 per transaction;
MoneyBookers - 2.000% plus $1.000 per transaction;
e-Bullion - 3.000% plus $1.000 per transaction;
Pecunix - 4.000% plus $3.000 per transaction;
GoldMoney - 2.540% plus $1.000 per transaction;
Regular Mail - 5.500% plus $0.500 per transaction;

Withdraw Funds
PayPal - $8.000 per transaction;
E-Gold - $14.000 per transaction;
MoneyBookers - $2.000 per transaction;
e-Bullion - $5.000 per transaction;
Pecunix - $5.000 per transaction;
Wire Transfer - $15.000 per transaction;
Regular Mail - $2.000 per transaction;
Western Union - $5.000 per transaction;
MoneyGram - $5.000 per transaction;

This is EMF's new payment processor deal. The fees are low, and even beats LR. Anyone has any experience to share on this - good or bad? Is it really reliable?

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