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frank8292

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I think there is a communications problem with them because his English is not very good.

I haven't tried them, so take this with a grain of salt, but I think that when they say you don't need to provide any verification they do exactly the same that all the other debit cards providers. They don't ask for anything up to 2500 USD/EUR in charges. If you want to go higher, you need to verify ID or create a new card. My guess is that both Visa and Mastercard are ok with this because if they weren't they would cut these providers. In many countries you can buy a prepaid debit card in a kiosk or store without an ID, so this probably falls in the same bucket. This doesn't apply to all countries, but by being from one of the places where you can do that they are in the legal side of things.
yes you totally correct
by the law, if you using under 2500euro limit. you no need to supply document for verification
we give out the guanranteed no asking for document if you using 1 card at limit 2500euro. if you want using more than 2500 you have to buy another card
 

frank8292

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If that's it then that makes perfect sense. What seems odd is the claim that they have "some technique" to keep you anonymous. Still, I suspect you are right as if it were otherwise they would not be able to issue cards.

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Pablo.
thank you for that
if you want try with 1 free virutal card you will see how our system work
we do supporting for multi buy that mean you can spend more than 2500 with just 1 account. and you do not need to send documents (that is meaning of anonymous )
 

frank8292

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I applied about 2 weeks ago and threw uquid 17 USD (via DASH!) for the privilege. I will inform of my experience in this thread. So far, all we have is "pending" status and a website that was offline for around a week.
hello
if you need support about your card please contact us
thank you
 

slamdunk

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Encouraging news, my offshore contact reports the UQUID card has arrived. My contact will be returning in 8days. That will be when the fun really starts.

So far, frank8292, you're true to your word.
 

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Vendors are alreayd up to their eyeballs in AML/KYC. Incentivising direct adoption by catering to vendors is the only way. Stop taking half-measures because they're easy. or familiar.
 

slamdunk

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I have received my UQUID plastic cards and activated them. There were a couple of tricks to it, but I managed to get it figured out.

So far, other than some website downtime, frank8292 has kept his part of the deal...and website downtime is just part of the way things go. So, I'm currently a happy customer.

I have loaded the cards and will be taking them out for a spin this weekend. I'm using small amounts and plan to use one of the cards to purchase a 40oz Colt45 Malt Liquor. Do not worry, I am not planning on taking the "Billy Dee Williams Gallon Challenge", I tried that once in my 20s...not a good idea.

I will report back (on the performance of the cards)!
 

slamdunk

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Well, the plastic cards (I bought two) work. It's pretty sweet actually, I store my vast wealth in DASH, then when I want to purchase things anonymously, I send some of the DASH to a UQUID card (and pay their reasonable fee), wait around a half hour, record the activity for tax purposes, and every VISA terminal in the USA would appear to be available to me. Thats the upside.

Where I could see a problem is, I don't know who I'm in cahoots with here. What if UQUID "disappears" on me? Paradoxically, although I'd like financial privacy, I want it to be a one way street, you know? I guess I can dish it out but I can't take it! Right?

So, my idea is just to keep the amounts small. But, assuming the service is dependable this emboldens me to move more fiat to DASH, because this makes DASH more usable for me.

It's also really great for the tax reporting. Rather than calculating the exchange rate for each purchase, I have locked in the exchange rate when I send the DASH to UQUID...because UQUID is using a bank somewhere and at the time of the send, the conversion is happening. Now, each purchase is happening back in fiat at the rate set prior.
 

slamdunk

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This seems a nice solution for the people who want to spend their cryptocurrencies.
But as far as I understand it , you have to give your real name to register to this visa card.

Correct?
I cannot speak for the virtual card, but I did acquire a physical card without using my real name.

I had to receive the card in a different country...my country prohibits UQUID's service.

The physical card has been working well. I did notice a $1 fee recently that I felt was excessive. I felt I had not agreed to this fee. But, even considering that, I am happy with the service.
 

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I cannot speak for the virtual card, but I did acquire a physical card without using my real name.

I had to receive the card in a different country...my country prohibits UQUID's service.

The physical card has been working well. I did notice a $1 fee recently that I felt was excessive. I felt I had not agreed to this fee. But, even considering that, I am happy with the service.
But in the terms and conditions, when registering in this card, you have to agree that all the data you provide to them are true.
They are asking your name and your age. You cannot continue the registration if those two are not provided.
If you give a wrong name or a wrong age, then you break the terms and the conditions required.
If you give false data, then what may happen to you, if they discover that your card is nameless?
 

slamdunk

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I guess your questions sort of go directly to "what is KYC?" Are we going to trust an Internet user to provide factual information? Or, attempt to verify that Internet user through a more formal process?

With the more formal, .gov sponsored, KYC, I understand providing false documentation is indeed a crime of some sort. But, when signing up for a service that does not undergo formal KYC, then what?

For instance, is your given name "demo"? In using an alternate name with UQUID am I "more guilty" than you because financial transactions will be taking place?

I don't mean to provoke you, I'm just not sure their Terms and Conditions are enforceable...
 

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I guess your questions sort of go directly to "what is KYC?" Are we going to trust an Internet user to provide factual information? Or, attempt to verify that Internet user through a more formal process?

With the more formal, .gov sponsored, KYC, I understand providing false documentation is indeed a crime of some sort. But, when signing up for a service that does not undergo formal KYC, then what?

For instance, is your given name "demo"? In using an alternate name with UQUID am I "more guilty" than you because financial transactions will be taking place?

I don't mean to provoke you, I'm just not sure their Terms and Conditions are enforceable...
Enforceable?

What UQUID may do is to confiscate all the money loaded into the prepaid visa card, in case they discover that a false name has been given to them. Alternatively the authetication may be done by visa, maybe UQUID is not involved at all. This is the economical aspect that should be clarified. What happens to the money when they discover false names?

On what it concerns the crime aspect, as long as this visa card is a Grenada card, is KnowYourCustomer enforced in grenada laws? This is another important question that should be clarified..
 
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slamdunk

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I had considered the confiscation aspect...I only transmit as much as I'm willing to lose to the card. Then, I usually try to spend it soon thereafter. It's kind of a cool setup, I store the value in crypto. Then, let's say I'd like to conduct private transactions on the VISA network tomorrow. I send some crypto to the card tonight.

My UQUID physical card is based out of Gibralter (I think). I had to phone Gibralter in order to activate it anyway.

Another funny thing that has been happening, usually at restaurants, the receipt has a TOTAL printed on it, below that a place to specify a tip, and below that my fake name! I then sign my fake name and chuckle a little on my way out of the establishment!
 

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My UQUID physical card is based out of Gibralter (I think).
So you have better clarify whether the UQUID prepaid visa is under the laws of Grenada or under the laws of Gibraltar.
According to the kycmap, Grenada seems outside the KnowYourCustomer rules (is it?), so it seems a better solution than Gibraltar which is in the European Union where the KYC rules seem more strict.
 
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slamdunk

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I would agree there seems to be some ambiguity here. But, I phoned Gibralter for the activation...I'm sure of it. They may have changed things since I activated. Also, I think the $2500 threshold is in play here. UQUID will not allow you to put more than $2500 on these cards. That turns out OK with me, because, I'm never doing anything more than I want to spend immediately anyway.

Your remarks got me all worked up about the balance I had on my card, so I went out and "yucked it up" today with what was on there. My friends and I had some yucks when a bartender called me by the name on the card. I mean, this name I chose is so outlandish it has been worth it just for that.
 
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lord2jays

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:O I want this card! it's great!
I've had trouble recently chasing about a Dash debit card, perhaps some of the queues are getting shorter but I registered with both Spectrocoin and UQUID but am yet to receive news back, TenX is the same since the Wavecrest fiasco.

I have had to take direct payments in sterling via Uphold, they have been great.

Best of luck