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Is it possible to withdraw Liberty Reserve USD using debit cards? I found this site which offers such thing as Liberty Reserve debit cards. But I'm not sure how reliable it is. The debit card they offer is anonymous and they claim that it's possible to deposit money directly into these cards and withdraw the money using ATM machines worldwide. Does anybody have any experience working with these sort of anonymous cards? Are they reliable? Please note that since obtaining a regular debit card (Master, Visa, etc) is not something easy for me, anonymous cards would be more suitable for me. Any advice would be appreciated.

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First of all Liberty Reserve is in no way a legal company or business registered in any part of the world. Always look for company's contact details like address and phone numbers and if they don't have it published on their website never do business with them. They are basically scammers. Neither of the website links you have posted have a business address or a phone number. Stay alert friends.

Please take a look at these contact us pages:

Liberty Reserve https://www.libertyreserve.com/en/contactus

Exkash http://exkash.com/contact.html

Also the debit cards mentioned on the exkash website are probably prepaid debit cards or fake debit cards. They will charge you 50$ and the card probably will never show up at your doorstep or would be fake or would be as good as prepaid debit cards.

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