Hi all,

Tommy from AllArk here.

As most of you know, we offer many off-ramp services to XMR users with no-KYC.

What you may not know is that we soft launched a cross-chain swap service for exchanging from BTC to XMR and XMR to BTC along with

  1. ETH
  2. NANO
  3. DOGE
  4. SHIB
  5. MOON
  6. DAI
  7. USDT etc.

We haven’t really promoted it anywhere as we were just trialing out the market for it but we’re happy to announce that even with no publicity the XMR community noticed and we recently passed a swap transaction volume of $100,000+ a day.

A big thanks to the XMR community that made this possible and we hope to raise our daily swap limits further as the volume grows.

As always there is no-KYC and we insure swaps up to $250,000.

Thanks again and have a great month ahead!

Tommy from AllArk

  • @freQniK
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    I bought a $20 prepaid visa from them a month or so ago. Had to send them a message on Session to get the card as nothing was sent to my email. When I got the card, no name was attached so I couldn’t use it anywhere since every vendor asks for name on card.

    I ended up taking the $15 card (there was a $5 processing fee by AllArk) and running it through my company’s stripe processing server to get the money back, since I can control stripe whether or not to allow no name associated to the card.

    For $20, I got a $15 card that was unusable and ended up getting $13.68 from stripe for it.

    Probably won’t be dealing with them again, but I may try the swap service just to check it out.

  • Blake
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    38 months ago

    … proof?

    • @monerobull
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      48 months ago

      AllArk is quite the strange company but so far I haven’t heard people say they’ve got outright scammed by them 🤷‍♂️

      • @remkit@lemmy.kya.moe
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        58 months ago

        There’s a higher rate of people reporting cards not working after transacting with AllArk, and no response statement from AllArk to those claims. In my opinion, perhaps not scammers, but also not the most reputable company to deal with. Transact at your own risk I suppose?

        • @monerobull
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          48 months ago

          Prepaid cards are all sorts of fucky even without input of the seller. I could add cakepay debit cards to google pay but not apple pay for example

          Transact at your own risk I suppose?

          For sure!

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      • @jet@hackertalks.com
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        Depends what you mean by scam. Did they take the money and run? No. Are they super sketchy and don’t have good inventory controls? 1000%

        But they’ve definitely said oh we don’t have the thing you bought, here’s another thing you can get instead. Good luck.

        The fact everything is manual,the fact their communication is weird, the fact their process says you don’t need to give a email, but they only email you with your product info… It’s all so rough… Maybe they have hearts of gold, but it doesn’t pass the sniff test.