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Monday, June 3, 2013
List of Authorized Linden Sellers Expanded, Podex Back in Business
By Bixyl Shuftan
Almost a month after Linden Lab sparked a crisis by changing their terms of service to shut down Third-Party Linden exchangers, and over two weeks since an initial five "Linden Resellers" were authorized to do business, the list of companies residents can buy Lindens from has been noticeably extended. It's possible to once again possible to do business with many of those who shut their doors, or in the case of Podex had the doors shut for them despite repeated attempts to negotiate with the Lab. Podex is among the exchangers now back in business as "Authorized Linden Resellers."
"We are very happy to announce that Podex has been given permission to sell Linden dollars as a member of the Authorized Reseller Program" Jacek Shuftan stated on the Podex Website, "All our clients are welcome to buy Linden Dollars again."
Besides getting it's main source of business in Second Life back, the Podex Exchange has also made a deal with the OpenSim world "Virtual Highway." On this world which recently passed the landmark of one thousand registered users, Podex now offers business buying and selling Virtual Highway Dollars (V$) in addition to Visa cards and the "possibility to earn your own profit in our affiliate program."
Not all of the Third-Party Exchangers have been allowed to return to business yet. Some, such as Moneyslex and the Brando Estate's exchange service are still closed. But for the customers of many once-closed exchangers, their bank is back in business.
The Podex Exchange (http://www.podex.info/) is a sponsor of Second Life Newser.
Sources: Second Life Wiki, Hypergrid Business
Posted by Bixyl Shuftan at 6:02 AM
Labels: Bixyl Shuftan, crisis, Exchange, Jacek Shuftan, Linden Lab, Lindens, LindeX, money, Podex, Podex Exchange, reseller, resellers, Second Life, Secondlife, service, services, sl, Terms and Conditions, Third-Party
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