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LeoPay (previously known as LeuPay) no longer available in the U.S.

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I can no longer log in to my account, and I assume my debit card no longer works. Without warning, they sent me an email saying I need to send them a copy of my ID (passport) with instructions where to transfer my balance. I'll either give them a U.S. checking account and routing number or my IBAN with Transferwise.

I have about €300 in the account. I never was impressed with them. Now they're showing U.S. customers the door. No biggie. I do need to give them transfer instructions soon. If I don't, after two months they'll charge me €100 a month until the money runs out. That's "really nice of them."

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LeoPay did turn back on my debit card. I drained most of my money out at an ATM. I have about €30 left in the account. Today I treated myself to In-N-Out Burger on the card. I have until mid-December to use the rest before they shut me down and keep what's left.

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