GoldMoney Prepaid ATM MasterCard for Non-EU Users - New Cards?

AsterixAsterix Tin ✭Posts: 11 Tin ✭
I was wondering if GoldMoney will be offering new ATM/VISA/MC cards for the majority of its users who happen to live outside the EU. The current GoldMoney MasterCard will stop working November 1st.

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  • TwinBoysTwinBoys Tin ✭ Posts: 18 Tin ✭
    I would also like to know if we will have the option to get a new Prepaid ATM MasterCard for individuals with a personal account? Two weeks seems like a rather short notice if we were wanting to spend the money on the prepaid card.
  • AlienMeAlienMe Copper ✭✭ Posts: 56 Copper ✭✭
    Yes, 2 weeks is short. There's a mention in the email about applying for a new card @Asterix, the question is, what are the new terms. EU seems to have a lot of power over non-EU countries.
  • TwinBoysTwinBoys Tin ✭ Posts: 18 Tin ✭
    It would be great if Goldmatters or someone could give some clarification on this.
  • Gabcall_73Gabcall_73 Tin ✭ Posts: 1 Tin ✭
    edited October 2018
    Seem like Bit gold has lost the vision of using gold as money! If we have no immediate access to it. The gold money card take 2-3 days to load card , where bit gold transfers to card were instantaneous. Now looks like this UK based company cannot even maintain our card account valid world wide. We were forced into these holding accounts at goldmoney.
  • AsterixAsterix Tin ✭ Posts: 11 Tin ✭
    edited October 2018
    Goldmoney should contact American Express and easily bypass all of the EU based financial discrimination. GM must not forget that the vast majority of its customers are outside the EU and not having a card with which to shop and use ATMs will cause its user base to plummet.

    Here is a link to the AMEX prepaid card: https://www.americanexpress.com/us/content/prepaid/american-express-prepaid-card/home.html
  • RocketDogRocketDog Silver ✭✭✭✭ Posts: 782 Silver ✭✭✭✭
    Yes, in addition the business practices that are in place now are squeezing out the smaller investors from the Personal accounts in favor of the larger investors in the Wealth holdings, so perhaps AMEX makes more sense for that reason too.
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