Does anyone use e-gold? Is it free?

Malaysia
January 31, 2007 4:53am CST
Apparently the country I'm living in does not have PayPal. So I signed up for an e-gold account. I was just wondering if it was free or if I have to pay for it? I couldn't find it written anywhere on the site. Or maybe I overlooked it. So is it actually free? Or do I have to pay for my e-gold account?
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• India
31 Jan 07
well it is free and its much better as yur money is kept against real gold and is much valued site nowadays.
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• Malaysia
31 Jan 07
Thank you for your reply!
@smacksman (6072)
31 Jan 07
And because your money is gold, your account in $ goes up and down the the $ price of gold.
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• Malaysia
31 Jan 07
Thank you for checking back to my discussion and replying again!
@smbilalshah (1316)
• Pakistan
31 Jan 07
well its free you dont need to pay them for subscription but they earn money by charging you some percent of the money you transfer using e-gold, by the way its doesnt have not the best rate on the internet, but still for people like us who cant make a paypal its useful
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• Malaysia
31 Jan 07
Thank you for your reply!
@Lecaro (1100)
• Romania
31 Jan 07
from what i know it is free but when you make an tranzaction on it, it takes a commision of 50 cents for a sum little then 100$ if you want to transffer more than 100 dollar i heard that is free!
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• Malaysia
31 Jan 07
Thank you for your reply!
@usama03 (553)
• India
31 Jan 07
No, You have not to pay for your e-gold account. It is totally free...
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• Malaysia
31 Jan 07
Thank you for your reply!
@smacksman (6072)
31 Jan 07
It is free to sign up. E-gold makes it's money by charging a commission on transactions. It is quite a small amount that they charge so you hardly notice it. A very good system that I have used for years.
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• Malaysia
31 Jan 07
Oh. But if I don't earn any money then?