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May 04, 2012, 12:05:28 AM
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We are excited to announce that AlertPay is becoming Payza this month! The AlertPay you love is getting even better! With a new design, a new logo and a new name, Payza will also bring you:

New service offerings
Smartphone- & mobile phone-friendly access
More countries and additional currencies
Global bank wire loads in more currencies
Enhanced customer support
A completely redesigned and easier-to-use website
More e-wallet loading and withdrawing options
And more!

On May 14, 2012, the AlertPay platform will be transitioned automatically and seamlessly to Payza. What does that mean for you? Business as usual! You can access your money and use it the same way you always have. All of your information stays the same:

The same account (with your money in it)!
The same personal, business and financial information!
The same login and password!

Payza Worldwide

Payza will also be bringing online payment processing to countries that have never had access to such services as receiving convenient and affordable international payments and localized banking transactions. Under the Payza brand, existing AlertPay customers will be able to send and receive money around the world, and will now have even more options to transact globally. Payza will be directly contributing to local economic growth in underdeveloped and emerging markets by facilitating cost-competitive transactions across borders.

We are very excited about Payza, the new design and the new services, and we believe you will be too!
Stay tuned for more developments in the coming days!

Thank you for choosing AlertPay (soon to be Payza)!

Sources: Alertpay Website | Alertpay Blog
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May 04, 2012, 04:28:16 PM
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maybe they will finally become more professional, this company has been around for a long time, but a very poor performance due to lack of professionalism.

I think new name, same game, but we will see.

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May 04, 2012, 05:06:52 PM
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maybe they will finally become more professional, this company has been around for a long time, but a very poor performance due to lack of professionalism.

I think new name, same game, but we will see.

Well due to AP being one of the top payment processors for Ponzi/Hyip's, Autosurfs, MLM and many other types of online money making opportunities, i think they finally decided (or were forced) to stop serving the needs of these types of programs which most probably landed them in some hot water. Hence the re-brand and re-launch to help put its questionable past behind them.
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May 07, 2012, 12:23:54 PM
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maybe they will finally become more professional, this company has been around for a long time, but a very poor performance due to lack of professionalism.

I think new name, same game, but we will see.

Well due to AP being one of the top payment processors for Ponzi/Hyip's, Autosurfs, MLM and many other types of online money making opportunities, i think they finally decided (or were forced) to stop serving the needs of these types of programs which most probably landed them in some hot water. Hence the re-brand and re-launch to help put its questionable past behind them.

they were banned from credit card processing for so long...
maybe they only got approved for a lower cost merchant account under a new name?

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May 07, 2012, 12:36:44 PM
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maybe they will finally become more professional, this company has been around for a long time, but a very poor performance due to lack of professionalism.

I think new name, same game, but we will see.

Well due to AP being one of the top payment processors for Ponzi/Hyip's, Autosurfs, MLM and many other types of online money making opportunities, i think they finally decided (or were forced) to stop serving the needs of these types of programs which most probably landed them in some hot water. Hence the re-brand and re-launch to help put its questionable past behind them.

they were banned from credit card processing for so long...
maybe they only got approved for a lower cost merchant account under a new name?


Yes they did have their VISA, AMEX and MASTERCARD processing halted for a while, but they did managed to get it back on track
and its been working fine since ever since. IMO i think the name change is to help them distance them self from whole Ponzi/Hyip's, Autosurfs, MLM industry that Alertpay had been supporting for quite a while now.
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July 20, 2012, 08:48:58 AM
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Additionally, Payza (formerly AlertPay) is kicking out certain accounts that were "high risk" (MLM, HYIP, etc.).

Users can transfer funds from Payza to another service, EgoPay, which is possibly a service owned by Payza.    EgoPay transactions are not reversible.

 - http://www.egopay.com

Incidentally, CA VirtEx allows withdrawals to Payza.  That means anyone wishing to cash out bitcoins has a way to withdraw the funds to their Payza account.  Payza bank transfers to many countries, including India, are then possible.

CAVirtex does list in their terms of service that they only serve users in Canada.  There does not appear to be any identity verification required though to open a CA VirtEx account, to trade, and then to withdraw to Payza (at least for amounts below their AML dailiy maximums).  There are no guarantees with that though..

 - http://www.CAVirtEx.com

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