QUOTE (skyislimit @ Jun 30 2010, 10:15 AM)
Ri8, I think so.
But many European people anticipate its re enter...
lets hope too..
People, I am from Kenya, and as for me, am through with e-currencies. Remember, many have come, and many have closed shop. I have found out that it's the easiest way to scam others of their hard-earned money. Now you are there, next day you are unavailable. Remember Intgold etc? Then comes EGOLD, and we all thought they were the best out there; what with the owner being a Doctor so and so. All meant to shore-up your confidence! Later, like all scammers do, EGOLD tells you to upload so many so called verification documents. I uploaded a Government issued photo-ID, which EGOLD SAID WAS FAKE! I've even sent by courier several documents they asked for (spent $10). No ackknowledgement, nothing from EGOLD. Just silence. Then it hit me; all this is a prelude to stealing your money. People, sound familiar? Now, most if not all reputable e-currency exchangers do not touch EGOLD. Mark my words, EGOLD WILL NEVER COME BACK! Forget it. Forget all e-currencies. These are some of the typical signs of these scammers: 1. They don't answer your mail. 2. They don't reply to your emails. 3. They don't answer telephone calls, and when they do, those fellows (usualy women) can hardly speak English). This is all intended to make you give up. And you finally give up, like I've done! At the end of it all, they are all SCAMS