SolidTrust Pay’s Verified Exchangers

dgdgdgOur verified exchangers provide trustworthy and fast worldwide e-currency trading services at competitive rates. For your convenience, SolidTrust Pay has partnered with 8 verified exchangers, each selected for their outstanding customer satisfaction ratings and low exchange rates.

With the services of our exchange partners, you can easily exchange your SolidTrust Pay funds into cryptocurrencies and e-currencies, including Bitcoin, Perfect Money, WebMoney, Payeer, Skrill and many more. Our verified exchangers feature dozens of supported e-currencies for your convenience.

All e-currency exchange transactions are monitored by our Payments Department, and for this reason, exchanges may take up to 5 business days to process. Please be advised that to use the services of a verified exchanger, your SolidTrust Pay account must be Standard Verified. For more information about our verification levels, please visit our HELP CENTRE.

1) Ecurrency Zone

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2) Magnetic Exchange

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3) Goldux

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4) Nigeria Gold Exchange

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5) Smart-Pays

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6) Exchange Zones

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7) Instant Gold Nigeria

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8) Changex

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For your security, ONLY use a SolidTrust Pay verified exchanger and NEVER exchange funds with an unknown individual or company.

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SolidTrust Pay’s Cryptocurrency Withdrawal Guide

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Bitcoin is now the world’s most well-known and valuable digital currency. Since its creation in 2009, it has become the preferred payment method for millions of online consumers. You can now book flights, buy web domains, pay for computer products and purchase household goods using bitcoin. As the list of companies who accept cryptocurrencies continues to grow, we have ensured that your SolidTrust Pay e-wallet is fully compatible with digital currencies. This guide will explain how to easily exchange your SolidTrust Pay funds into bitcoin and withdraw the balance into your personal cryptocurrency wallet.

Withdrawing Your SolidTrust Pay Funds 

Before withdrawing your SolidTrust Pay funds, you must first create a cryptocurrency wallet. Popular cryptocurrency wallets include Coinbase, Mycelium and Electrum, but there are dozens of options to choose from. Please ensure that you thoroughly research your chosen wallet and select one that possesses excellent security features.

Once you’ve set up your cryptocurrency wallet, exchanging your SolidTrust Pay funds to bitcoin is fast, easy, and most importantly, secure. We have been a leader in the online payment industry since 2006, and our corporate-grade anti-virus and firewall protection is continuously monitored by a network of global security personnel. To begin, follow these easy steps:

Step 1) Log in to your SolidTrust Pay account.

Step 2) Verify your account to the Standard Verified level. For more information about our 4 account verification levels, please click HERE. Your account reaches this level when an ID and address document has been submitted and approved by us.

Step 3) Set up two-factor authentication (2FA) using your smartphone or desktop computer and connect it to your STPay account. Click HERE for detailed instructions.

Google Authenticator, Duo Mobile or Microsoft Authenticator are ideal for smartphone users. If you do not have a smartphone, we recommend that you install the Authy desktop authentication app.

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Step 4) Create a cryptocurrency wallet and connect it to your SolidTrust Pay account. If you would like assistance selecting the ideal cryptocurrency wallet for your needs, please click HERE.

If you’re using a Desktop application, click HERE for detailed instructions.

For Smartphone instructions, please click HERE.

Step 5) In your SolidTrust Pay account, navigate to My Money > Withdraw Funds. Next, click on the Altcoins option. Enter the amount of money you would like to withdraw to your cryptocurrency wallet and select the bitcoin withdrawal method. You will be charged a fixed fee of $1.75 plus a percentage fee of 2.95%.

Please be advised that it may take up to 24 hours for your deposit to appear in your cryptocurrency wallet. You may withdraw up to $2,500 per day from your SolidTrust Pay account.*

* Bank Verified members may withdraw up to $5,000 every 24 hours.

 

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Need Immediate Help? Try Our LiveChat

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You shouldn’t have to wait to get answers to your important questions. That’s why we provide LiveChat Assistance to all SolidTrust Pay members. You can now instantly chat one-on-one with a member of our dedicated support team during a time that’s convenient for you.

Visit our Support Centre and click the LiveChat button to begin. You will be instantly connected to a representative in real-time. For assistance outside business hours, please fill out a support ticket and we will respond to you within 24 hours.

At SolidTrust Pay, we believe that friendly customer support should never be more than a click or phone call away. At our core, we possess a commitment to provide excellent service. When you contact us, you will always be treated with respect, listened to and attended to. When you need us, we’re here!

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Not Enough Money for a Savings Plan? Think Again

SavingsFinancial experts offer plenty of advice when it comes to effectively managing your money. A quick online search for money tips yields millions of results, each providing readers with unique perspectives about what is required to live a fiscally responsible life. Yet, if you take some time and peruse the top 10 articles, or the top 100, you’ll find one tip repeated again and again: save more money.

Whether contributing to a retirement plan, building an emergency fund or simply depositing a small percentage of your take-home pay into a savings account, growing a nest egg is one of the smartest actions you can take to improve your financial situation. Financial advisors all agree that resolving to set aside between 5% and 10% of your monthly salary for savings is a resolution that you will be happy you made.

Why So Few of Us Save

For many, increasing our savings is not new advice. Experts have been touting the importance of building our financial reserves for decades. Despite this well-established advice, few of us actually do it. According to a recent survey by Bankrate.com, over 20% of Americans fail to set aside any of their annual income for short or long-term goals. And of those who do save, another 20% save 5% or less of what they earn. Financial advisors contend that we are in the midst of a savings crisis and these statistics support their claim.

If savings are the key to financial success, why do so few of us actually make an effort to save more? The answer lies in a common excuse. “I don’t have enough money to save,” is the number one reason survey respondents commonly cite as to why they do not have a savings plan. Although it’s true that we are increasingly finding ourselves under more and more financial pressure as the cost of living continues to rise around the globe, this excuse reveals something important about the act of setting aside money, namely, you’ll never feel like you have enough of it to save.

Developing a Savings Mindset

It’s a common misconception that savings plans require you to set aside large sums of money each month. The first goal of any savings plan is to get you into the habit of saving. Starting with as little as 10 dollars a week can be a great way to boost your savings mindset. Once setting money aside has become a habit, you can adjust your weekly or monthly targets as your circumstances change. For example, if in the future you receive a pay raise at work, your savings mindset will encourage you to reflect on your long-term savings goals and set aside a proportion of your promotion towards achieving them.

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Grow Your Savings with Micro Investments

Developing a savings habit is important. No matter how much money you are able to set aside each month. And thanks to technology, there’s another way to amplify your savings and get your money working for you. I’d like to introduce you to Micro Investing. Micro investing applications are eliminating barriers to traditional investing. With micro-investing, you’re purchasing fractional shares, which means you can reap the benefits of economic growth without requiring a large outlay of cash. Thanks to interfaces that guide your investment decisions based on your unique financial situation and goals, these apps make it easy to invest your money.

Popular micro-investing platforms include Betterment, Stash, Acorns and Robinhood. The majority of micro-investing apps allow users to purchase small shares of ETFs or exchange-traded funds. ETFs are inherently diverse because they track a broader set of assets instead of a single stock. Diversification is ideal for cautious investors, and it’s something micro-investing apps help you achieve with carefully curated portfolios that match your risk tolerance and financial goals.

If you’re new to the complex world of investing or simply lack the funds required to purchase complete shares, micro-investing apps can offer you a way to grow your savings with limited risk. Although micro-investing will not yield explosive financial growth, it can be an excellent way to learn more about investing and your personal risk tolerance.

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Disclaimer

SolidTrust Pay is not an investment advisor or fiduciary and this content is provided for educational purposes only. Before purchasing any investment, please evaluate your financial situation and personal risk tolerance.