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What's the name of the Safe online "wallet" ?

If you're talking about Privacy.com then you should be aware that it requires a bank account linked to it and it's not untraceable, but it is really useful for managing online payments that require a credit card.

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Posted · Original PosterOP

Hello LTT forums. I recently had the awful experience of losing my dear pc due to a BSOD after a match in bf5. But to cut the story short (I'll prob make another post about that sometime later) I already know what i need to buy to upgrade my current PC and i remember an ad either in the LTT YT or some other tech youtuber (Prob J2C or Kyle) where they had an ad for this "Digital wallet" where you'd give it a set amount of money for online transactions where it's untracesable or so on and forth, I dont remember exactly what it all did, all I remember is that it was meant to avoid giving your bank/credit card info to online stores and such. Would highly appreciate if someone knew the name of said product. Thanks and merry early early new year !!!

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PayPal is one. Whatever the LTT sponsor was, its not listed there anymore. And I can't remember what it was.


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Posted · Original PosterOP
47 minutes ago, LoGiCalDrm said:

PayPal is one. Whatever the LTT sponsor was, its not listed there anymore. And I can't remember what it was.

The purpose of it is to use it either with a card or paypal to add balance to it (consider it as a middle man ?  LOL ) thing is I wanna use my paypal credit but i cant use that for amazon

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If you're talking about Privacy.com then you should be aware that it requires a bank account linked to it and it's not untraceable, but it is really useful for managing online payments that require a credit card.


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Posted · Original PosterOP
8 minutes ago, KuJoe said:

If you're talking about Privacy.com then you should be aware that it requires a bank account linked to it and it's not untraceable, but it is really useful for managing online payments that require a credit card.

YES thats the one. LOL thank you, and yeah I thought it was too good to be true on the untraceable. Regardless, thanks for the help!

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