There are services that convert between E-currencies for less than what an international bank wire costs. Withdraw your money to your MB account and then see if you can find a service that will convert it to a more acceptable form for a more reasonable fee.
By your argument, every broker that only accepts deposits and withdrawals via bankwire would also be a scam.
If you want to use ecurrencies with fairly low fees, I'd recommend PayPal. They aren't perfect, but they are better than a lot of the other ones.
Pharaoh, I am familiar with all you are saying. I am not knew to trading and I am familiar with services like AlertPay which are simple, inexpensive and therefore reliable.
However, same as PayPal the AlertPay is not accepted by majority brokers........ Why?
What I am saying Pharaoh, is that it is good indicator for selecting broker and if they use Moneybookers a.k.a. Skrill the probability is very high that you will have problem with such broker because the broker is tolerating such Moneybookers a.k.a. Skrill rules which are totally design to screw the client.
Remember that most of the brokers will use same ridiculous rules against you to disallow the trade like Moneybookers a.k.a. Skrill uses against you to withdraw your money.
Here we are talking about $80 which would be prohibitively expensive to collect anyway which is a part of the scam.
If you take $80 multiplied by thousands of unfortunate clients like me you get big money. If they would try same with $80,000 I would sue.
Therefore, they have been notified as follows:
If you believe in positive advertising you should believe in negative one too. Let see how much of negative advertising my $80 will buy you.