Australia, Japan and India just got faster bank wires!

We’re pleased to announce that we’ve made some great changes so that our members in Australia, Japan and India can now receive bank wires faster!

This new option also makes withdrawing funds even easier. Simply use the automated request process available within your NETELLER Account.

Visit the “Money Out” section using the link on the left-hand side. You will be asked to enter your bank account details, including location and contact details of your bank. Please ensure that you enter this information accurately, in English characters.

Our team will review and verify these details, and process the wire transfer. You could have the funds in your bank account in as little as 48 hours!

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James Ketchell’s world cycle: overcoming challenges in India

NETELLER sponsors James Ketchell

NETELLER is sponsoring James Ketchell, an intrepid adventure-athlete. He climbed Everest, single-handedly rowed the Atlantic and now he’s pushing himself to the limit on a NETELLER sponsored world cycle trip.

When James reached India he sent us this great photo which was taken in Agra outside the Taj Mahal. He also told us that his bicycle stands out on India’s flat roads: “I do look out of place as I’m flying down the roads on a bike, overtaking mopeds and tractors.”

When James reached Rajasthan disaster struck. On a remote road, having cycled over 150 miles, he decided to stop in a secluded spot for the night. Having eaten and settled down for the night, he was woken up by two men at about 10.30pm. They had long batten-like sticks and torches and became aggressive when James was unable to communicate with them in Hindi.

In an effort to escape, he left behind his bed roll and rode away at top speed. Luckily, he found a gas station and the man behind the counter spoke English. This man invited James to sleep on a bunk in his garden, even providing rice and dhal for James to eat. The kindness was deeply appreciated after James’ long day.

The next day, when entering a town called Nagaur, James’ bike was hit by a passing vehicle. His bike needed serious repairs, causing a delay in his jam-packed schedule, so James used his Net+ card to arrange travel and he carried on to Sri Lanka where his fortune has improved and his adventure continues…

Support James and his favourite charity . Follow him via our blog, Facebook page or Twitter feed.

When you push your own travel limit, remember to take along your Net+ card. Get a Net+ card now!

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