IMPORTANT: Liberty Reserve is currently suspended, pending an investigation against its owner who allegedly used the platform for money laundering. Read more here: Liberty Reserve Shut Down by Government Officials, Owner Arrested
Liberty Reserve is an online payment system, or an e-wallet, similar to Moneybookers and PayPal. Liberty Reserve users can make instant secure online payments, which comes in handy when they need to quickly top up their trading accounts.
Uploading money to your Liberty Reserve account happens through an exchange provider – e.g. a company that, for a fee, exchanges cash, credit card payments, digital or electronic currencies, etc., into your e-wallet account. Exchange providers accept a number of payment options like bank wire transfers, credit cards, local cash deposits, Western Union and MoneyGram, and a list of verified exchange providers is available on Liberty Reserve's website.
Making payments from your Liberty Reserve accounts is free, however you should keep in mind that exchange providers may charge you a fee for loading money into the e-wallet.
Below is a list of brokers accepting Liberty Reserve payments.
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