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2007 / 05 / 08 ( Tue ) 17:28
A couple of things…
First, we have received a few emails asking for payments received from spends made via e-gold to be paid to e-bullion. As we stated in our last email, we are now accepting e-bullion and those spends we receive from e-bullion will receive payments to e-bullion, however all spends we have received via e-gold will continue to receive payments via e-gold. We are NOT transferring payments from e-gold to e-bullion at this time seeing as
e-gold is operational and there are exchangers available. If the time comes where there are no exchangers available for e-gold or if e-gold stops their services we will implement a changeover, however we do not foresee this. Everyone please keep in mind that no matter how much power any governmental agencies have, they do not have the power to steal money, which in this case would amount to millions of dollars, and by shutting down e-gold and retaining the funds that is exactly what they would be
doing so we feel there are no worries in that regard.
Secondly, is has been brought to our attention that there is a website under the domain “LukasFunds.com” which is similar to our name but not quite the same. We are NOT affiliated with this website in any way whatsoever and want to be sure everyone is aware of that.
All payments for Monday May 7th are scheduled to be made on time and we will post on our website Announcements page when they have been completed.
Hi again everyone
Several of you have emailed us asking what exchangers are still operating.
As we said before, we cannot recommend any exchangers for liability reasons, however if you go the the e-gold directory (linked from the main page at www.e-gold.com) and simply email a few asking them if they are still exchanging e-gold, you will find there are several. Hint... focus on the ones that are outside US jurisdiction.