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1. What does it cost to open an WiredPay account?

Nothing. It is absolutely FREE to open an account with WiredPay, and fund transfers to other WiredPay accounts are also FREE.

2. Does WiredPay offer national currency options?

Not at present. All WiredPay transactions are carried out in US Dollars. This is for ease of use, USD is currently the main national currency on the web. We will be looking at adding other national currency options in the future.

3. How do I convert BitCoin, Payeer, Payza, Skrill, Paypal or Webmoney to WiredPay?

Our exchange providers are more than happy to exchange your funds stored in a different payment system and put them in your WiredPay account.

4. What is an e-currency exchanger?

E-currency exchangers are intermediaries, or third party transfer services, that allow you to transfer funds easily from one e-wallet to another. If you would like to transfer funds or out of your WiredPay account from another e-wallet, you can do so using any of the e-currency exchangers. To know which exchangers are available for the type of transaction youll be performing, simply follow the instructions below: Login with your WiredPay account. Click on the Add Funds button. Select the Exchanger option. Click the link to the exchangers website and to begin setting up your transfer.

5. How do I work with an Exchanger to fund my WiredPay account or withdraw funds from WiredPay?

An exchanger is a person or company who, for a fee, exchanges cash, credit cards and a variety of other items (i.e. other digital or electronic currencies) the type of currency requested by an individual or company. Remember that each exchanger listed is an independently owned and operated business. They each have their own sets of policies, procedures, fees and funding methods to meet their market demand. They are also located and serve various jurisdictions in various countries. You should do your own due diligence to determine which exchanger will best fit your needs relating to funding options.