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[Beginner] Can someone recommend a good Bitcoin -> Debit card service?

Hey Everyone I'm a relative beginner to bitcoin looking for a good, reliable and trust worthy debit card service.
Use case: So I currently live in Asia and the debit card given to me by my smallish bank does not work internationally. As you can imagine, this is a problem when I travel (which is often). I've repeatedly been refused a credit card due to the local policies and this seems to be the next best option.
So I've found many sites offering bitcoin wallets + debit cards such as Wirex, Cryptopay and bitplastic. This forum seems to have some reviews: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1410577.0
Still I am hesitant due to fear of scams. If anyone knows a good service they've personally used, please let me know :)
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Credit card for bitcoin wallet

Hello,
I'm trying to find a good service which offers a debit card which can be loaded with a Bitcoin wallet. The few that I'm currently aware of are bitplastic and coins.ph. Do you guys have any recommendation?
Thanks.
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Bitplastic SCAM

A good friend of mine was ripped off by DR M.
Here are the details,
Client Deposits 1 BTC in to Bitplastic via his wallet 1DUQVcT6PekZaSLQLtQxEZunaEyTuxMWxu
Client then decides to withdraw his BTC and receives this email- -------- Original Message -------- Subject: BitPlastic Withdrawal Date: 08.01.2014 20:27 From: BitPlastic Support [email protected] To: removed to protect client
Hello ubeing,
We are currently processing your BitPlastic withdrawal for BTC -0.94186 Bitcoins.
For large withdrawals, we may send you an email requesting confirmation. This is a security measure to keep you safe against hackers.
You will receive an email when we have successfully processed your withdrawal.
Thank you
BitPlastic Support
Bitplastic claim that the payment was made from this account owned by them after sending this email.
Dear ubeing
Your withdrawal for BTC -0.94186 has been approved.
If you are withdrawing to a Bitcoin wallet, then your Bitcoins have been sent.
If you are withdrawing to your BitPlastic debit card, please allow 24-48 hours for the funds to hit your card.
Thank you,
BitPlastic Support
AS in Already paid from the following account
bitplastic account - 1DPoUd4jfco8skXmDHsyJExmiR24feVhRt
This account he claims the payment was made from yet clearly shows it wasnt paid!
The customers account 1DUQVcT6PekZaSLQLtQxEZunaEyTuxMWxu
When customer emails support and asks them where his BTC was he receives.
-------- Original Message -------- Subject: Re: BitPlastic withdrawal Date: 11.01.2014 04:00 From: Michael Moriarty [email protected] To: to protect client
Hi, it would have been sent from: 1DPoUd4jfco8skXmDHsyJExmiR24feVhRt
Can you CC me and coinbase so I converse with their support too?
On Fri, Jan 10, 2014 at 6:51 PM, wrote:
Please send me the blockchain.as coinbase requested. Thank you 
Then Bitplastic backtrack and claim being hacked!! see email below
-------- Original Message -------- Subject: Re: BitPlastic withdrawal Date: 13.01.2014 21:54 From: Michael Moriarty [email protected] To: to protect client
I saw your post on my timeline. I can assure you, 100% BitPlastic is not a scam. Unfortunately, BitPlastic gets hacked, and we are doing our best to increase security, but hackers are persistent AND skilled. User funds are stored in cold storage, but the problem is that in your case it appears what happened was that the hacker injected his own withdrawal address to your withdrawal request. Even though I manually confirmed your withdrawal, there was a delay between when you responded (obviously) and when I processed the withdrawal. And that delay was used to exploit the hole, inject a fake withdrawal address, and steal your funds. I sent funds to the withdraw address in admin, which had changed since you made your request.
I did everything in my power to prevent those funds from being stolen, including sending you a manual confirmation. I understand that ultimately it is probably my fault for not being able to secure the site in that particular moment against injection, but I am not going to pay you out of my pocket. You can scream SCAM all you want, but I make a lot more money running a legit site than stealing a few measly bitcoins.
The hackers are doing me far more financial harm than the 1btc you happened to lose. I have already paid out of my pocket quite a lot of money, but I draw the line at 1 BTC and over. If you were smart, you would not load 1 BTC to any online wallet anyway, especially as a test. Online wallets are best used for smaller amounts.
Again, you can call me a scammer all you want, but I run 50+ sites and hundreds of meetups worldwide, and dozens of free sites like BitListing and BitMeetup ... and it's just not in my best interest to steal anybody's money. The fact that 1btc of yours got stolen is an unlucky event for us both, I assure you.
MM
As you can see this guy really thinks people are stupid and he is a god and does not honor any part of the refund owning to the customer.
This one made me laugh! Is this any way to run a business??
-------- Original Message -------- Subject: Re: BitPlastic withdrawal Date: 13.01.2014 22:07 From: Michael Moriarty [email protected] To: Removed to protect client
anyways, I am still considering just paying you out of my own pocket. Problem is, hacker stole 5.6 btc from another user (not the same way, this time he injected his own flush address so instead of the coins going to my cold storage address the money went to the hacker). There's no way I'm covering 5.6 btc out of pocket, so he's going to brand me a scammer no matter what. We'll see .. I may still cover your 1btc out of pocket.
"I MAY still cover your 1btc out of pocket"!!! Are you kidding me??
This site has a foul odour and after doing some checks so do all the sites Michael Moriarty operates. His unprofessional approach and his lack of security on his site tells me 2 things.. He is just plain stupid or is trying to scam people and as you can see here its the latter of the 2.
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