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  • we used this plugin for our firm for three days and from $150 paymnt we were charged $40.. Then there is the minimum you have in bitcoin before transfer is made to your wallet. Also if someone sends a payment through a bitcoin ATM their system shows as unrecognized therefore you have to close the gourl account and good luck on on contacting the company again due to the fact that an account is required. Don’t lose your funds with this company

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  • Plugin Author gourl


    We forwarded to you ALL your received bitcoins through our GoUrl Gateway!

    Some payments merge into one payment when forwarded to your external wallet address and you pay network transaction fees also.

    Plugin Author gourl


    if user send correct payment amount through an ATM, the payment system will recognize it! If the amount is incorrect, it also shows on your account.

    Our system forwards ALL received confirmed bitcoin payments (6+ confirmations, recognized & unrecognized payments) to your external wallet automatically every 30 minutes when the balance on your bitcoin account is 0.01 BTC / 0.0005 BCH or more.

    Note: Please use Bitcoin Cash for small payments (bitcoin cash minimum forward amount is 0.0005 BCH; i.e. 20 times less than bitcoin minimum amount)!

    Here how Gourl Gateway works –

    Our gateway is based on a different technology than standard gateways. It is fully able to integrate with Internet website pages and is more friendly for use by end website visitors. When any visitor goes to a website page they will see the page content and will see a cryptocoin payment box (For example, Pay-Per-Download). Some websites with high traffic show more than 10,000 pages are viewed per hour and our installed gourl cryptocoin payment box is seen on those pages also. It is impossible for each payment box to show a new unique generated bitcoin payment address for each website visitor because our system would then need to store millions of temporary bitcoin addresses and would be slow in its operation (For example – a 10,000 pages view per hour/payment boxes x 200 high traffic websites with our payment gateway would require no less than 2,000,000 temporary bitcoin addresses).

    Therefore, we add to your amount in the payment box a small fraction after the decimal point to uniquely identify each of your visitors individually. This small amount forwarded to you also. Users who have made payments with wrong amount are not recognised and you need to process such payments manually. You can see a separate table above with details of incorrect/unrecognised received payments.
    We forward you ALL coins received on your internal wallet address/es including all payments with incorrect amounts (unrecognised payments).

    Our system will automatically add an additional new generated internal wallet address to your payment box each time you have received 3 new payments. (This will give you more privacy). So, if you have received 30 cryptocoin payments from your customers you will receive 10 internal wallet addresses for that payment box and for the next payments, customers will see those 10 internal wallet addresses in random order in their cryptocoin payment boxes. So the customer will not know how many total payments you have received. At the same time our gateway stays fully transparent for you and you can see the balance of each of your internal wallet addresses using the external block explorer.

    so my unrecognised transfers are lost ?? i have 2000 dollar in unrecognised transfers !
    if there is no why to reclaim this amount so its true scam this company es the clients demand the order the same es they pay ?!

    Plugin Author gourl


    so my unrecognised transfers are lost ??

    No, it forwarded to your external wallet also.

    We do not hold users’ money. adamavidan, thank you for confirming that you received these unrecognized payments and posted an updated good review –

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