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Circle is supposed to be a dead simple Bitcoin wallet and money transfer service. I had to give a lot of personal information. And I had to take a photo of my drivers license. And then I had to take a selfie.
I don’t have a huge problem with that since these kinds of services are a huge fraud magnet. But Circle said they needed time to review the information. Because they didn’t actually tell me they were suspending my account. A helpful feature showed me how to receive Bitcoin and so I copied the wallet address and sent myself a Bitcoin from another wallet. I thought, hey, I can still use the service while they figure out my banking situation. The Bitcoin transfer went through and was confirmed in the blockchain.
No messages that my account was suspended, or why fraud prevention would require them to accept a bitcoin transfer to the address they supplied me but not to tell me about it, even as pending. No sign of the Bitcoin received, either pending or confirmed. But also no suggestion that the account is suspended. So I logged in from my laptop. But what about that Bitcoin I transferred to the account? It’s clear from the message above that something is very wrong with my account, but that Bitcoin is gone?
Maybe they shouldn’t have supplied me with a wallet address before they knew if they wanted me as a customer? Meanwhile my friend Nik Cubrilovic tried to send me Bitcoin through Circle and had his own terrible experience, which you can see here. On the upside Circle wouldn’t let him transfer money into the black hole that is my account. But it was certainly an awful user experience, and an unnecessary one. Just because my selfie wasn’t well lighted enough isn’t a good reason to stop a bitcoin-bitcoin transaction. So I do that, and make the purchase. Overall, I rate Circle zero stars.
Update: Visa has now shut down the credit card I used with Circle. The point of bitcoin is that you don’t have to rely on 3rd parties once you’re in btc. Using Circle, Coinbase or other 3rd parties as a wallet is foolish. Hard to think of ways it could have sucked more. Similar troubles verifying my identity with BTCJam, and I’m an investor, not a borrower. Wish I could just get on silk road and buy a fake one for the fuckers. Whole reason I was doing it was that I don’t like having a low rating next to my name!