When was YesToBitcoins born?
June of 2014
Are you selling gift certificates (also known as gift cards)?
No. I purchase them for you, using the funds receive from the bitcoins you pay with.
I didn’t get my gift certificate, why?
Some e-mail providers give their users the option of blocking all e-mail messages that originate outside of their domain. You may want to check with your provider to make sure their e-mail is configured to accept e-mails from the brand you selected. If it is not there, contact me or email me (email@example.com) and I will have the site resend it. If the gift certificate has already been redeemed (even partially), I won’t resend it.
I underpaid! what happens next?
Bitpay’s system will reimburse all under payments, just follow the instructions on the email Bitpay will send you. Please be aware, MINER’S FEES will NOT be reimbursed.
I overpaid! How do I get my overpayment back?
You will get an email from bitpay, just follow the instructions in the email.
What are the shipping rates?
There are none; our services are provided only via the internet.
Can I cancel an order?
Nope. All orders are non-reversible, except if I make a mistake.
How is the bitcoin / dollar (or other currency) parity calculated?
It is based on bitpay’s parity system
Can I buy the gift certificate for someone else?
Yes, but keep in mind that the gift certificate will be sent to the email you enter at the time of purchase; if there is an issue, only the recipient of that email can contact us.
Are you selling subscriptions?
No. I purchase them for you, using the funds I receive from the bitcoins you pay with.
How do you make money?
In a nutshell, for any service of YesToBitcoins, there is a fee of 5%
How long does it take for my gift certificate to arrive via email?
You should get it the same day (unless otherwise stated). If it has been more than 24 hours since you placed your order, contact me providing the email you used when purchasing it.
What is your relationship with the brands on YesToBitcoins?
The brands represented are not sponsors of YesToBitcoins or otherwise affiliated with YesToBitcoins.com. The logos and other identifying marks attached are trademarks of and owned by each represented company and/or its affiliates. Please visit each company’s website for additional terms and conditions.
So where is Amazon
Well, they changed their terms of service, and I can no longer offer the service of buying them for you 🙁 it is sad I know.
“Gift Cards cannot be … transferred for value”
So where are the Cash Star giftcards?
Unfortunately on October 14th 2017, I was informed today by Cash Star, they will no longer accept orders from YesToBitcoins, so I had to remove the brands they service.
Is there a limit to your daily sales?
Yes, we can not sell more than $9’500 daily.
So the credit card bill payments are back, what happen?
The Financial Transactions and Reports Analysis Centre of Canada (FINTRAC) reviewed our business model for 32 days and their compliance officer told us today:
” Based on the information you provided, namely that your business will facilitate the conversion of bitcoin to fiat currency to pay your clients’ credit card bills, it appears that your entity is dealing in virtual currency and is therefore not, at this time, engaged as an MSB in Canada as per the PCMLTFA and its associated Regulations.”
Which means we can continue to operate the way we are setup. I’m so happy!!
Where are the US and UK Apple store?
Yes you are right I had them listed but had to remove them until I am able to make payments to them with a Canadian credit card. I’m working it, don’t worry.
Why is it taking so long for my payment to be validated by the blockchain?
If the payment was made with a low bitcoin miner fee, which may prevent it from being accepted by the blockchain (Bitcoin network).
This is an issue with the configuration of your bitcoin wallet.
If the transaction doesn’t confirm, the funds will be spendable again in your wallet. Depending on the wallet, this may take 48-72 hours.
Bitpay stop Canadian settlements but you still use it, why?
Bitpay is the payment platform I have used for 3 years. Bitpay serves as a third party that keeps a ledger of payments done on YesToBitcoins and records the exchange rate of the payments. These core activities have not changed, the suspention of Canadian settlements (May 25) was resolve with the use of Canadian Bitcoin Exchanges.
I can’t find the answer I was looking for, now what?
Please write me an email.
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