Anyone tel me about e-gold system ?

India
March 13, 2007 5:37am CST
Anyone tel me how e-gold works. I wanna know if e-gold charges you for keeping money in your e-gold account. I checked their site but they use different terms for everything , like they use passphrase for password, so its a bit confusing. I've heard they have some agio fees which they deduct at 1% per annum, is it that we get money deducted from our account every month. So all who have had experience at e-gold or those who know about it, please help.
3 responses
@ronyroz (31)
• Indonesia
13 Mar 07
I've joined in e-gold too. Passphrase that you must enter is definitely easy if you read f.a.q at this site. So I make many transaction with e-gold. after submit passphrase and turing number you must type pin code that has sent to your email. So you can see your money in 'balance'. Before you enter this site you must to make sure the site address in https to avoid internet 'pishing'.
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• India
15 Mar 07
I'll take care of the site address to avoid phishing. But for now my problem is i don't know if i will be charged for keeping money in my e-gold account.
• India
15 Mar 07
I'll take care of the site address to avoid phishing. But for now my problem is i don't know if i will be charged for keeping money in my e-gold account.
@Neo_Knights (1887)
• Indonesia
13 Mar 07
I have joined e-gold, but I don't quite understand the system too LOL I guess I oined e-gold because PayPal has a problem with my country. I would also get more information about e-gold. Thanks to you, boyzzone who started this discussion.
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• India
15 Mar 07
Thanx for appreciating but the problem is still unresolved. I wanna know if i'll be charged for keeping money in my e-gold account.
@moreinfo (3865)
• China
17 Mar 07
so you got the fee structure? e-gold fee is very cheap. 1. only receival fee only the person receive payments for a fee. around 1% with maximum of 0.05 gram of gold 2. storage fee its a tiny amount 3. cashout, redeem its not charged by e-gold. but you always have to pay that fee. but if you are "smart" enough, you could always get a bonus. i mean in the ecurrency market, e-gold is always the expensive one. so if you are locky to find someone to exchange to those easily redeemed currency, you could get a bonus.
@moreinfo (3865)
• China
16 Mar 07
here is a list on e-gold, and other payment processors. E-Gold, fund account, cash out, all about the gold backed payment processor http://www.mylot.com/w/discussions/722311.aspx Cash out small amount of e-gold, withdraw less e-gold money http://www.mylot.com/w/discussions/886326.aspx AlertPay: Alternate ECurrency Good for Cashout E-Gold http://www.mylot.com/w/discussions/696409.aspx E-Gold and Online Security Recommendations http://www.mylot.com/w/discussions/447072.aspx Online Security: How to keep your e-gold and other accounts safe? http://www.mylot.com/w/discussions/441238.aspx Online Security: Use Firefox NOT iexplorer to access e-gold and other accounts http://www.mylot.com/w/discussions/688769.aspx Use ROBOFORM to Protect Your E-Gold and Other Accounts? http://www.mylot.com/w/discussions/452266.aspx Easy way to check if an e-gold account is blocked or not http://www.mylot.com/w/discussions/807893.aspx
• India
17 Mar 07
Thanx for so much of information on e-gold. I'll look to check these links out. I hope they will make e-gold's working clear for me.