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    MoneyWindow.net Taking the Online Payment Market by Storm

    I seen this press release today on Yahoo.

    Anyone have any info on this one yet?

    MoneyWindow.net Taking the Online Payment Market by Storm

    1 hour, 38 minutes ago

    MoneyWindow.net launched their new online e-wallet this week. Based in Costa Rica, and operating worldwide the MoneyWindow.net system is taking the online payment market by storm.


    San Jose, Costa Rica (PRWEB) September 15, 2007 -- MoneyWindow.net launched their new online e-wallet this week. Based in Costa Rica, and operating worldwide the MoneyWindow.net system is taking the online payment market by storm.

    "MoneyWindow.net offers a ton of innovative and unique features that put us miles ahead of any other international e-wallet currently available in the marketplace," says Mariana, lead account executive with MoneyWindow.net.

    The MoneyWindow.net e-wallet was designed to allow people without bank accounts to fund their online e-wallet account through direct money transfers which of course do not require bank accounts. Also, personal checks, electronic and wire transfers are accepted. With MoneyWindow.net opening an account is completely free and can be completed in less than 5 minutes.

    MoneyWindow.net merchants can receive payments through the e-wallet, and unlike other e-wallet systems, sending money with MoneyWindow.net is always FREE for the sender. MoneyWindow.net has already received a tremendous response from Merchants in several countries around the world and expect the growth to continue through the new year and beyond.

    Mariana continued, "Utilizing regional and localized funding has brought the MoneyWindow.net e-wallet to the masses and has empowered everyone worldwide who wants to be able to send or receive money. This includes those in emerging markets around the world, which until now have had virtually no opportunities to make use of the world wide web for e-commerce transactions." MoneyWindow.net merchant accounts can also be used to pay family, friends, employees around the world, affiliates, etc offering incredible savings for MoneyWindow.net merchants. MoneyWindow.net expects rapid growth in any industry which have customers that want to be able to conduct business confidentially and privately.

    To open a free MoneyWindow.net e-wallet account go to www.MoneyWindow.net

    About MoneyWindow.net:
    MoneyWindow.net is owned by Arius Investments S.A. an international holdings company in the finance & payment processing industry. Arius Investments S.A. based in Heredia, Costa Rica has been operating since 2003 providing services to clients in various industries globally. The MoneyWindow.net system had been in development since 2002 and is used under license. Arius Investments S.A. launched the MoneyWindow.net online platform in 2007 in response to customer demand for online access to the systems.

    Contact:
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    bizdev @ moneywindow.net
    +5065896565

    MoneyWindow.net
    a division of Arius Investments S.A.
    De la Iglesia, 100 M Norte, 2do Piso
    San Antonio de Belen
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    http://moneywindow.net

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    Ding ding ding. I've think we've got a winner. Basically no fees and EFTs to Canada!!!! Now we just need books to start using it... We can only hope.

    Sean

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    Can I withdraw from Cascade with it?

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    Quote Originally Posted by increasedodds View Post
    Ding ding ding. I've think we've got a winner. Basically no fees and EFTs to Canada!!!! Now we just need books to start using it... We can only hope.

    Sean

    Dear Increasedodds,

    Yes, you may withdraw to canada and deposit with no problem!

    Many books are still integrating our online tools, we will try to keep an updated list of books that signed up with us. If not listed, you can encourage your favorite books to sign up too so that you can enjoy the benefits of our service.

    We expect to have a full list of the book we are working with within the next 7 - 14 days.

    Please, feel free to contact me with further questions at: mariana@moneywindow.net

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    Quote Originally Posted by Breaker View Post
    Can I withdraw from Cascade with it?

    Dear Breaker,

    No, I am sorry, we are not dealing with Cascade at present.

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    As soon as the major books begin to sign on--you will have more business than you know what to do with. And, if you answer an email in less than 24 hours--you will steal from Moneybookers also.

    I assume you will do business with banks anywhere in the world except USA?

    Hope the local online Costa books will be smart and help you get started. I wish you luck and I will hopefully be a new customer.

    Tu amigo,

    Gracias

    P.S. Will you take bank wires that use intermediaries?
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    Please keep us updated on the list of sportsbooks you will support. As soon as you can get some A rated books in there......I'll be your customer. So will a ton of heads out here.

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    Quote Originally Posted by katstale View Post
    As soon as the major books begin to sign on--you will have more business than you know what to do with. And, if you answer an email in less than 24 hours--you will steal from Moneybookers also.

    I assume you will do business with banks anywhere in the world except USA?

    Hope the local online Costa books will be smart and help you get started. I wish you luck and I will hopefully be a new customer.

    Tu amigo,

    Gracias

    P.S. Will you take bank wires that use intermediaries?
    We do our best to answer emails within 24 hours.
    We do not deal with ANY Banks in the USA, and no one in the company is a USA person,

    We already are processing a lot of volume for local books, several of the BIG ones, and the reason we brought the wallet to market was to make it easier for them and the players to move money amongst themselves.

    - Mariana - MoneyWindow

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    The "PS"

    We usually prefer to receive funds via wire in Eur and as such no US Intermediaries are involved. Once received, we post the NET amount received on conversion to USD to the users account.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JBC77 View Post
    Please keep us updated on the list of sportsbooks you will support. As soon as you can get some A rated books in there......I'll be your customer. So will a ton of heads out here.
    Dear JBC77,

    A few of our clients who we process for manually are A rated books. We cannot release any names however until they are integrated to our online system. With the biger ones this can take time as the work has to make its way through the various levels of management and then tech.

    -Mariana

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    Quote Originally Posted by MoneyWindow View Post
    Dear JBC77,

    A few of our clients who we process for manually are A rated books. We cannot release any names however until they are integrated to our online system. With the biger ones this can take time as the work has to make its way through the various levels of management and then tech.

    -Mariana
    Thanks. One more question if you don't mind.

    Your accepting U.S customers? You mentioned before something about converting euros to USD. Can't I just FedEx you a check or moneyorder?

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    I don't want to salivate on my keyboard, but do you allow peer-to peer? And if so, at what fee?

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    Quote Originally Posted by JBC77 View Post
    Thanks. One more question if you don't mind.

    Your accepting U.S customers? You mentioned before something about converting euros to USD. Can't I just FedEx you a check or moneyorder?
    Dear JBC77,

    Yes, we accept US customers.

    You can courier us a Check, but remember as we do not work with US Banks, clearing checks "offshore" takes time ( a few weeks ).

    We recommend that you use person to person money transfer options as it is the fastest, and safest.

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    Hey BBD (and SBR) - here is an idea.

    Maybe you can start ratings on payment processors / e-wallets? If you could visit with the folks in this industry like you do with the books, that would give everyone a little better feeling about doing business with the various companies.

    Mariana - Will a customer be able to hold accounts in USD and transact with books in USD without conversion fees?

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    Quote Originally Posted by katstale View Post
    I don't want to salivate on my keyboard, but do you allow peer-to peer? And if so, at what fee?

    Dear Katstale,
    We certainly do.
    Please, feel free to check our fees and get back to me if you need anything else:

    https://moneywindow.net/index.php?read=fees.htm&

    Regards,
    Mariana

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    Quote Originally Posted by cloudagh View Post
    Hey BBD (and SBR) - here is an idea.

    Maybe you can start ratings on payment processors / e-wallets? If you could visit with the folks in this industry like you do with the books, that would give everyone a little better feeling about doing business with the various companies.

    Mariana - Will a customer be able to hold accounts in USD and transact with books in USD without conversion fees?
    Dear Cloudagh,

    Regarding holding funds. e-wallet / virtual accounts in our system are denominated in USD. We do not charge any conversion fees or anything like that. However, some of the methodology in our transfers, especially bank transfers may incur small conversion charges by the banks involved. I am afraid there is no avoiding this.

    -Mariana

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    This is a question that would be best answered by either Bill or John at this time cloudagh.


    I believe Bill had a processor ratings system before, but scraped the idea when the DOJ was cracking the whip hard.

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    It's worth mentioning that the article is worthless, as PRWEB basically means it's a Press Release they wrote themselves.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Santo View Post
    It's worth mentioning that the article is worthless, as PRWEB basically means it's a Press Release they wrote themselves.
    Dude, I get that, BUT if Pinny or Cris are currently using these guys and they are on board--so are alot of us.

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    All sounds good so far. Once the books are announced I will probably give these guys a trial run.

    This is what we all want.... Something as easy as neteller used to be. Banking out of Canada is not much to ask these days for the ability to use efts/wires easily.

    I am sure many processors will spring up and close, but if you are a processor and have the technical ability to run the business, there is no reason to do that. Neteller was doing $200,000 in revenue per day when they left. Someone certainly will step up.

    -Sean

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    I'm still not sold on this being the best an eWallet can do for Americans. Perhaps no one has figured out a viable work around, but this seems unnecessary. If I'm going to use a money transfer service, I'm doing it directly to the book, not paying an extra charge to the middle man.

    This seems like it could be worthwhile for Canadians or whatever, but right now I think we need to wait for a company to step up and try to replace Neteller. Maybe that will never happen?

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    Crazy - they will accept US bank wires... Much easier to send one wire than countless ones...

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    Sean, I read this as saying you can not do a wire as they don;t work with US banks, but can send a cashiers check?

    "You can courier us a Check, but remember as we do not work with US Banks, clearing checks "offshore" takes time ( a few weeks )."

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    There site says you can send a wire.

    I think he meant they do not use US banks, so a check will take a while to clear...

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    How do Americans get money in and out of your system?

    ACH, checks, echecks, bank wires, credit or debit cards?

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    Quote Originally Posted by JC View Post
    How do Americans get money in and out of your system?

    ACH, checks, echecks, bank wires, credit or debit cards?

    I certainly can't answer that for them.

    But, from my perspective, any money processor will have to demonstrate a lot before I will consider them.

    Depositing directly to your book (wsex for people that don't know) is still really easy.

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    Are you taking **** and **********? Debit cards?

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    Some pretty hefty fees, more than 8% for a P2P why?

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    Quote Originally Posted by biggamer3 View Post
    Some pretty hefty fees, more than 8% for a P2P why?

    I was looking at the fees pretty close and maybe I missed something? Yea, it would be 8% if you are transferring $100. But at 1% plus $8.95, that makes out to be better than Neteller if you are P2P large sums.

    Somebody correct that if I am wrong.

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    Hello Mariana,

    Can you tell us if the staff or anyone working in management formerly ran a sportsbook and which one?

    Thanks

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    Too many question marks, no way would I use this place


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    I think we can expect to see different companies coming out of the woodwork the first few weeks of football season. We must contain ourselves and try not to salivate too much. A good company will come, but it will have to prove itself. Simply examining a companies fees is a recipe for disaster, no matter what books roll the dice. Until then I'll continue depositing how I am and longing for Neteller.

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    What am I missing? If they don't work with US banks
    that means most of us will fund through ** or **, how does that help? Why wouldn't I just fund the book with those
    same methods. What advantage to the US player? This seems to me just another Omega type solution, which may
    or may not be a solution for US?
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