does anyone know what is IKOBO?

@mr_ilham (1611)
Indonesia
November 15, 2006 7:51am CST
ikobo to e-gold...?
3 responses
@fl0urish (5386)
• India
16 Nov 06
no idea
• Malaysia
16 Nov 06
yeah and to add on, the card is reloadable and it can be used anywhere where visa logo is present. The overall fees is consider low if compared with other debit card in the market currently. There isnt any ikobo to e-gold exchanges service provided by the ikobo now but maybe some private exchanger will provide this service.
@vcg0604 (121)
• Philippines
15 Nov 06
iKobo is different as compared to egold but works the same as Paypal. There are some countries where Paypal do not have their service. iKobo has service on almost all countries. You must have a minimum fund of $20.00 in order for your card to be delivered at your specified address. You can withdraw at any ATM machine with a Visa Electron logo displayed. It is a debit card and their charges are reasonable. For each withdrawal, theres a service charge of around $4.00. Their initial charge is I think between $8.00 - $10.00 for the cost of the card and delivery fee.