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    Default New! C-Gold and Altergold come to FXOpen!

    Dear Clients,

    We are happy to announce that we have added two new ecurrencies to our deposit options:

    1. c-gold - website www.c-gold.com
    2. altergold - website www.altergold.com

    As of right now, you may use these new ecurrencies for deposit and withdrawal, and all deposits are instantly processed into your trading account!

    Please leave your feedback in this thread. We would love to hear from you.

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    people that have other method before can they switch to this ones especially with the problem e-gold is having at the moment

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    Quote Originally Posted by haymus View Post
    people that have other method before can they switch to this ones especially with the problem e-gold is having at the moment
    Yes. Withdraw back to egold and exchange to another currency. Considering the egold situation, it's best to avoid it for now.
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    Quote Originally Posted by haymus View Post
    people that have other method before can they switch to this ones especially with the problem e-gold is having at the moment
    Remember e-gold deposited or have mixed deposited other method with e-gold only can withdraw to e-gold.

    So its better withdraw all balance 1st, sell e-gold at exchanger then open new account then funded with new method.

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    is it that mean i need to close my existing trading account where i use egold to deposit and then open another new account under my name also and using other method of ecurrency ..is it allowed by fxopen when i reopen another trading account and use other e-currency other than egold ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by nonamer View Post
    Remember e-gold deposited or have mixed deposited other method with e-gold only can withdraw to e-gold.

    So its better withdraw all balance 1st, sell e-gold at exchanger then open new account then funded with new method.

    Your have any exchanger which now still accept egold exchange ,pls let me know ..thank

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    Quote Originally Posted by powerforex View Post
    is it that mean i need to close my existing trading account where i use egold to deposit and then open another new account under my name also and using other method of ecurrency ..is it allowed by fxopen when i reopen another trading account and use other e-currency other than egold ?
    You can do it that way if you wish.
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    i read on the forums about that case now.

    Quote Originally Posted by FXlight View Post
    wow, I never sought that you would add a scam site like altergold. Many people and businesses lost money in it.

    Look:
    http://www.google.com/search?hl=en&q...=Google+Search

    or read:
    http://www.talkgold.com/forum/showth...=228566&page=1

    Wow, big mistake.
    if you have more information or may find others discussion which relationship with this case, please update here
    Last edited by nonamer; 08-13-2008 at 04:05 AM. Reason: back to back post in short time

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    i think there is problem in withdrowing funds when you switch to e-Gold. if any one have more information abouy it please update here

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    Quote Originally Posted by sam9423328906 View Post
    i think there is problem in withdrowing funds when you switch to e-Gold. if any one have more information abouy it please update here
    There is no problem withdrawing by egold, but the fees are high so I wouldn't recommend using it at all.
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    another set of ecurrencies are now introduced, good but when there is a problem like that of egold, customers get to bear the brunt, like charging 60% on egold withdrawals, that to me is very ridiculous, i think we should be taking into consideration when making this decision, at least egold was hale and hearty when deposits were made and egold deposit also mean withdrawals are only possible to egold so i think egold depositors should be cut some slack, at least reduce the withdrawal charge or make withdrawals possible using other ecurrencies at a certain percent

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    Quote Originally Posted by teewhy1 View Post
    another set of ecurrencies are now introduced, good but when there is a problem like that of egold, customers get to bear the brunt, like charging 60% on egold withdrawals, that to me is very ridiculous, i think we should be taking into consideration when making this decision, at least egold was hale and hearty when deposits were made and egold deposit also mean withdrawals are only possible to egold so i think egold depositors should be cut some slack, at least reduce the withdrawal charge or make withdrawals possible using other ecurrencies at a certain percent
    If you read the egold fee announcement properly, you will notice that the 60% fee only applies to deposits made after 11th August 2008.

    http://forum.fxopen.com/showthread.php?t=32287

    The new fee reflects the cost of exchange. Here is an example from
    https://www.instantgold.net/index.ph...per&op=e&mid=7 where the exchange fee from egold to another ecurrency is 60% also. Many exchangers have dropped egold altogether.

    Do you think fxopen should still accept egold withdrawals without a fee, yet pay the the 60% fee from company funds instead? For how long would the company last then?

    The 60% fee is also there to strong discourage further deposits of egold into trading accounts. I hope it also discourages you from using egold until such a time as it is healthy again.
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    Default Funding Account?

    As i understand so far, when i make a deposit using e-gold the only way to withdraw it is in e-gold? right?

    Any other currency has this same restriction?

    I just created a new account and i was hopping to fill it with some funds Ihave on my e-gold account.
    What should i do? the fact is thta there is less than usd$20 in e-gold.

    thanks in advance im new here for ur advices





    Quote Originally Posted by RebateFX.com View Post
    If you read the egold fee announcement properly, you will notice that the 60% fee only applies to deposits made after 11th August 2008.

    http://forum.fxopen.com/showthread.php?t=32287

    The new fee reflects the cost of exchange. Here is an example from
    https://www.instantgold.net/index.ph...per&op=e&mid=7 where the exchange fee from egold to another ecurrency is 60% also. Many exchangers have dropped egold altogether.

    Do you think fxopen should still accept egold withdrawals without a fee, yet pay the the 60% fee from company funds instead? For how long would the company last then?

    The 60% fee is also there to strong discourage further deposits of egold into trading accounts. I hope it also discourages you from using egold until such a time as it is healthy again.

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    this is sooo good FXOPEN
    but as i said ...
    still waiting for "paypal"

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    am not too sure about the authenticity of altergold cos, i saw a certain post on a website when i searched for its realiability and saw someone claiming it to be scam. Has anyone used successfully?

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