Do you know of a website where I can exchange my Paypal funds to Liberty Reserve

@dierdre (2213)
Philippines
February 5, 2013 1:16am CST
I really need LR funds asap, but I only have Paypal, so I would like to know if there is an exchanger that offers such services. I have tried looking on Google, and the closest thing that I can find is selling your LR funds to be exchanged for Paypal. I'm looking for the opposite, and I want my Paypal funds to be exchanged to LR.
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@yallit (3678)
• Philippines
5 Feb 13
So far, the only site I found that is authorized by Paypal to perform Paypal exchanges is AlertExchanger. And it only works one way. Meaning you can exchange LR funds to Paypal and not the other way around. By the way, I noticed that you're from the Philippines. Do you know that we have kababayans that buy and sell LR funds? They won't do an exchange with Paypal but you can buy LR at around 42-43 pesos per $1 LR. I usually sell my LR funds to one of those who do buy/sell. It's much easier to get my LR funds straight to my bank account that way.
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@dierdre (2213)
• Philippines
5 Feb 13
Ah what is their website address? And how do I pay them? Thru bank deposit? Anyway, I will use their services once the need arises, but right now I really need LR funds and the only method that I can offer is through Paypal exchange. If you want to dispose your LR funds just say so and I'll be happy to pay you using my Paypal funds.
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@yallit (3678)
• Philippines
5 Feb 13
You can look them up in sulit and the method of payments they usually use are bdo, bpi, unionbank, LBC padala, smartmoney, gcash among others. If you don't mind me asking, what program are you trying to join, hence the need for LR funds?
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• Philippines
5 Feb 13
Yallit is right. You can find more on sulit.com.ph who would be willing to do the PayPal to LR exchange for you at varying fees. What I did before was just exchange my LR funds into cash with a trusted exchanger.
@topffer (34606)
• France
5 Feb 13
It is not easy, because PayPal does not authorize this. ExchangeZone is your best chance : the money is exchanged between members and the LR account of the site is used like a pivot to secure the exchange. It is possible to exchange any e-currency, including PayPal, to and from Liberty Reserve.
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@topffer (34606)
• France
5 Feb 13
I used it 2 or 3 times in 2010/2011 and I find it more secure than others, because every member should be verified before he can exchange. This verification process is a bit slow but done once for all. But there is always a risk to be scammed in sites like this, the same than when you buy something on Ebay : it is better to chose somebody who has already made several successful transactions than a new member...
@dierdre (2213)
• Philippines
5 Feb 13
I see, so how long does the verification process usually take from your experience? I noticed that you can also bid there, so if you are not willing to pay more then I guess you don't get to exchange with the user, am I right?
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@topffer (34606)
• France
5 Feb 13
The verification took more than a week for me, and it was long for just a few dollars I wanted to exchange. You need to verify only if you want to exchange PayPal money. For bids : you will not pay more than your bid, but the seller can chose to exchange with somebody with a lower bid and who made more exchanges before. After you have agreed on an exchange the seller and you send the money to ExchangeZone accounts, and when ExchangeZone has received the money from both it re-sends it to finish the exchange.
@iWhizkid (31)
• United States
5 Feb 13
are you one any internet marketing related forums? if yes you can find alot of people doing that for 20% - 30% rate. i am not sure if my lot allow me to refer you to these forums or not so thats why i am not sharing them here.
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@dierdre (2213)
• Philippines
5 Feb 13
Ah, no since I'm not into internet marketing. But if you like you can PM me those forums or links. But they charge quite high don't you think? Some only charge 15% or below.
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• United States
21 Apr 13
For such a fund transfer from PayPal to Liberty Reserve you can check www.mamooti.com the exact page for exchange is: http://www.mamooti.com/exchange/paypal-to-liberty-reserve-exchange/