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I am really disappointed from this payment service. Their fees are very high and it looks like you cannot buy anything with Payza online. I've only found one hosting provider and one online shop that looks very "poor".
#dead #payza
  • Profile picture of the author Ean Stark
    Same here, for one they reject my docs God knows why - so I cannot withdraw to bank.

    And I have like $470 stuck in there.
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  • As far as I know, Payza is a legitimate payment processor (at least it was back in the days). I am not sure about now, I have not used Payza in a while.
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  • Profile picture of the author James Campbell
    They had some issues with the FTC in the US and their accounts were frozen a while ago.

    They may not be accepting US customers any longer, I would contact their support to verify.
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  • Profile picture of the author SocialMediaOwls
    AlertPay/Payza worst payment processor ever. A complete failure
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    • Profile picture of the author onegoodman
      Originally Posted by SocialMediaOwls View Post

      AlertPay/Payza worst payment processor ever. A complete failure
      Hold that thought until you deal with MoneyBookers ( who are by the #1 worst payment processor in the world )


      I am trying to upload money for 6 months with no luck ( always generator errors in different upload method )

      Their customer support is a joke, I have seeked their help many times about the upload problem with no luck. When they finally get back to me, they failed to address my problem and provided me general information about upload ( which is not working ) :confused:
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  • Profile picture of the author gokulmaba
    Yes it is. Just deleted my account on payza.
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  • Profile picture of the author Chosen2013
    Payza had several issues over the time, I don't know about their current condition as I rarely use them.
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    I exchange E-Currencies(PP<>Payza<>PM<>Payoneer<>Skrill<>Paxum< >WMZ).
    My ICQ: 498*639*434, Skype: Chosen_FTS
    I will show you my references on request.
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  • Profile picture of the author xuxi6268
    I have an payza account but i don't know where to use it, haha ...
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  • Profile picture of the author howarddavidson
    I just want to be more precise. I don't say that they are scamming people, but they are practically useless. Their withdrawal fee is around 25$ (!?), they ask for all sort of documents if you want to withdraw money, they can be used on only 3-4 places on the internet...I don't know how they could allow this when AlertPay was a respected payment processor in the past.
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  • Profile picture of the author Chosen2013
    They aren't dead, but it seems that they are rarely used by anyone...
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    I exchange E-Currencies(PP<>Payza<>PM<>Payoneer<>Skrill<>Paxum< >WMZ).
    My ICQ: 498*639*434, Skype: Chosen_FTS
    I will show you my references on request.
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