August 10, 2022 at 3:38 pm #13800Lorene Jordan
I’m learning about Privacy.com through your lessons.
If these different credit cards we are using have access to our money, they are more like a debit card rather than a credit card – correct?
That means it takes the money out of your account right away versus giving you 30 days to pay the account off.
What charge is there for this?November 5, 2022 at 3:14 pm #15957Joan Daniel
I’m having the same issue. I cannot link to my bank, so the next option was to add a debit card. I want to add my credit card, not my debit card. Privacy.com is useless, if I can’t connect my credit card.May 26, 2023 at 5:39 pm #31653Bob Demeter
If we are going to be anonymous and not have our banks and cbdc track us, we need to stop using our bank as a source of our money. When the government takes our money away, banks are useless. We need to find a better/different way to store our cash.December 4, 2023 at 6:49 pm #50859annyaish
I went to sign up for Privacy.com a few weeks ago, and instead of being able to give a debit card number, I was instructed to use a service called Plaid. I did not do this because it seemed like a lot of tracking. Instead, I emailed customer support, and asked if I could give my bank routing number and account number to sign up. This did not seem to be an option as I was told to click a link in the email and I would be prompted to take or upload photos of myself & my government-issued photo ID. I did not do this either.
I am not feeling comfortable with the Privacy.com sign up process. Any suggestions on what to do? Or suggestions for alternatives?
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