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    Hey guys curious to know what the thoughts are on Payza? It seams like they write there own reviews online. I want to use this for my online store because paypal is the devil. Thoughts?
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    I think they are legit. Ive personally sent over $500 through them so I trust em.

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    Awesome its the receiving end I'm worried about. Account freezes etc.

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    Default Re: Payza a scam?

    Its totally legit. I've been using Alertpay(which is now Payza) for years without any issues. And they have a great support team. I used to get replies to my support tickets within 24 hours, while once, believe it or not, it took over 3 months with Paypal.

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    That's encouraging I tried a WEPAY for the last week seemed to good to be true it seams it has turned out that way. Thanks nYXem
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    Default Re: Payza a scam?

    they sucks payza useless company even small companies is better than that.

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    Can you elaborate on why?

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    Default Re: Payza a scam?

    they are legit and better than gaypal
    btw Alertpay and Payza are the same...

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    Quote Originally Posted by curphey View Post
    Can you elaborate on why?

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    Soon i am considering to start thread detailed about why.

    But for now i can tell that

    Support is sucks! 0/10
    Fees is high 0/10
    Withdraw sucks 0/10

    For more will start thread soon.

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    Wepay turned into a scam real quick. Held all my money and refunded my customers who I already delivered services too. Scandalous!

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    Default Re: Payza a scam?

    Hey, Payza is the former Alertpay. It is 100% dependable

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    Default Re: Payza a scam?

    I have personally heard lots of great things about alertpay in the past. I'm not sure why they didn't pop into mind earlier when I was looking for a paypal alternative.

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    Big downside I found is customers have to create an account inorder to check out.

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    Default Re: Payza a scam?

    Whats cool about Payza (alertpay) is you have the choice of withdrawing money by requesting a check. This way you can avoid using their over priced card.

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    You can use moneybookers.It is better than payza and paypal.Payza customer support sucks.

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    Default Re: Payza a scam?

    Same issues as Alertpay just new name now. However I did hear today they fixed banking issues and some CC so maybe they take mastercard and visa now but I have yet to test it to find out for sure.
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    Default Re: Payza a scam?

    Yea, people in the USA can now connect their Bank Accounts and CC

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    Default Re: Payza a scam?

    Alertpay is Payza. So I am pretty sure they are legit.

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    Default Re: Payza a scam?

    alertpay/payza ... their biggest problem is withdrawals ... they are late .. delayed ... returned in your account ... or account frozen

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    Quote Originally Posted by richworld View Post
    You can use moneybookers.It is better than payza and paypal.Payza customer support sucks.
    Just signed up for this seems to good to be true fingers crossed!

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    Default Re: Payza a scam?

    right Alertpay now is Payza

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    Yes you're right Payza is Alertpay, they just changed their name. It's 150% legit i have been using them for a few month's and have done around $1,000 in transactions with them.

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    Its legit, you dont have to worry abt it!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by curphey View Post
    Hey guys curious to know what the thoughts are on Payza? It seams like they write there own reviews online. I want to use this for my online store because paypal is the devil. Thoughts?
    I work in one of the banks used by Payza and we get emails from their clients daily with issues of not being able to get hold of anyone and their funds going missing. Payza isn't a scam but clearly isn't run well and/or they have no idea what they are doing!

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    Quote Originally Posted by curphey View Post
    Hey guys curious to know what the thoughts are on Payza? It seams like they write there own reviews online. I want to use this for my online store because paypal is the devil. Thoughts?
    If Paypal is the devil, Payza is the Father of the devil.
    They are 46 days into not replying to where my certified check for $505.00 is, no reply.

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    Payza totaly scam.

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    Default Re: Payza a scam?

    i agree that support sucks.....
    Plus they are unable to process any credit card transaction at this moment
    .................................................. .........................................

    Dear Payza Customer,

    Thank you for contacting our Credit Card Department.

    We apologize for the delay in responding to your query. Your Payza (previously AlertPay) Customer Support Team has been working hard to provide the quickest and most efficient service possible in the face of growing demand.

    However, we have been experiencing a very high volume of emails and calls which has affected our response time. We sincerely appreciate your patience and understanding in this matter.

    In order to help speed up the response time to our customers, please see the following Frequently Asked Questions related to the nature of your inquiry; these are brief answers that we hope may answer some of your questions.

    If you still require assistance after reading these, please reply to this email and we will get back to you as soon as we can.

    *****PLEASE NOTE******
    Unfortunately we are currently unable to process any Credit Card transactions and this includes transactions for credit card verification purposes..
    We are working diligently to resolve this issue we are experiencing and hope to resume a normal service again soon however we regrettably cannot offer a time frame for when our credit card processing will be available again.
    To make your purchase, you can fund your Payza account and use our Send Money to complete the payment.

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    Hello folks,.....wondering as well if Payza is gone off,......i withdrew money from the Payza system, to my verified USA bank account and nothing,....no money, has been deposited.I only set up the account with Payza because I was requested to as a means to transfer funds easier for another friend, who had been using the system,....i have never had funds go missing to my verified accounts wit Paypal,...ever,......in over 12 years using Paypal,....
    I Also read a thread that said that Payza was easy to reach,...no chance,..numbers ring out or not at all at present.Email sent or "ticket" no response,...

    Recently Payza sent an email saying that some funds were delayed becasue some account numbers were not correct or something like that,.....mine was correct and verified,...still no $$$'s.I believe them to be using blanket excuses now,.......

    I also would like to know how a verified account can have funds rerouted from it, to another account (which seems to be the case here) after you have withdrawn the cleared funds,.....there should be no electronic blockage in the way of me receiving the funds unless it has been done on purpose,...can someone help here ?: It has been 2 weeks since withdraw commenced,..

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    Default Re: Payza a scam?

    They're legit, been using them for a while now.

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    Default Re: Payza a scam?

    I heard their bank wires and transfers can take up to weeks! That is nuts but I hear they are good but very delayed with the money!

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    Default Re: Payza a scam?

    It isn't as convenient as Paypal but the reason they were so convenient was so they can screw you over at ANY given period. Payza used to be AlertPay, which was a nice alternative. I however, prefer Moneybookers or "Skrill".
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    I also think it is legit. I got an account with it but without effective use yet.

    Great to know that ppl are seeing Paypal as devil maybe this shows that soon it will be dead.

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    Legit but slow.

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    I prefer Skrill

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    I would recommend you not to use Payza. you should leave them for the sake of your own good.
    I've been their customer since 2008. At that time it was named "AlertPay". They had been running into crises and they stopped processing credit cards. I am no longer their customer.
    They are highly liniment about their policies regarding account opening application approval BUT here are the noteworthy points:
    1] I ordered their prepaid credit card and never received it. They took $20 pre-paid credit card application+shipment fee from our ( Alertpay members) accounts.
    They did this to most of their members and gave them the following reason after 2 months of deducting $20:
    "Your prepaid credit card was shipped and we acknowledge that you received it. We request you activate it now in your account settings". When customers asked that they didn't get their credit cards, their staff didn't reply at all.
    2] They can be used only for online transfer of money (making online payments to the companies which accept Payza).
    3] Withdrawing money from Payza in anyway is a real pain in the A** because they took too long. You'll receive cash often after 1+1/2 month of your request.
    4] Customer service staff is 60% Indians and 40% Pakistanis. Further, they don't reply always.
    Stay away from two companies who are not reliable at all and you can search on the internet and will see it is true!
    One is Payza (old name AlertPay) and another is Plimus.

    I highly recommend you to go for the following companies for your online business:

    1] Verotel (processes all kinds of products including adult)

    2] 2Checkout (Excellent. Don't process payments for adult products)

    3] If you would like to use e-money then go for okpay. They are best for handling e-money/digital money.
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    Default Re: Payza a scam?

    Their support sucks at the moment but no fee for sending or receiving funds like paypal but there is a withdrawal fee which is very high. but saves a lot since we need not pay for every transaction, depends on the country though. https://www.payza.com/support/payza-transaction-fees

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    For indians they have started bank transfer (NEFT) service but with a cost of 270 per transfer and higher. I think payza is attempt from alertpay to compete with paypal. I don't think they will get it unless they give some compensation in terms of fees for business and premier accounts.

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    Quote Originally Posted by nYXem View Post
    Its totally legit. I've been using Alertpay(which is now Payza) for years without any issues. And they have a great support team. I used to get replies to my support tickets within 24 hours, while once, believe it or not, it took over 3 months with Paypal.
    Yes Alertpay is now Payza. They are Legit one. They are fast in solving any issue.

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    I have no problems loading and withdrawing funds from them. Seems legit to me.

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    Default Re: Payza a scam?

    I ve uesd them for 2 years. Tech support do not answer support issues with relevant fixes, After receiving many of the notices to tickets submitted.. I resolved the issue myself.


    Thank you for contacting Payza! This is an automated response confirming the receipt of your ticket. One of our staff will get back to you as soon as possible.

    Please note that we are currently experiencing a higher than usual volume of customer support email and phone call inquiries, which has been a result of the phenomenal growth in our business recently. As a result of these increased volumes, it is likely you may experience a longer than normal delay in receiving a reply from us, for which we sincerely apologize. We are currently increasing our staffing levels to adjust to this increase in demand and to be able to consistently achieve our excellent service levels once again. Please be assured that your inquiry will be addressed as soon as possible. We kindly ask that you do not resubmit your support ticket request multiple times, as this may result in further delays to respond to your inquiry.

    For your records, the details of the ticket are listed below. When replying, please make sure that the ticket ID is kept in the subject line to ensure that your replies are tracked appropriately.

    You have to charge up the Payza account, verses it automatically charging your credit card..Thus they have your cash to use as they like while you pay for what you need to pay for.
    Other than this its ok

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    Payza is not a scam. It is legit.

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    Default Re: Payza a scam?

    Client of mine requested to pay with payza. I've re-activated my 'business verified' payza account after previously registering with alertpay two years ago.

    When I tried to withdraw the sum of 120$ to the linked bank account I got an email notification saying it may take up to 7 days to transfer funds due to antiscam verifications.

    After 10 days I've received an email (3 days over deadline) saying they received negative feedback for my transaction and asked me to provide more info. I responded with a 500words article describing in details what kind of service I sell and to whom, I offered to provide evidence of correspondence with the client confirming transaction was indeed legit.

    5 days later I got another, automated email saying my account funds are frozen for a period of 180days. I can withdraw them after that period expires.


    tl;dr
    STAY AWAY FROM PAYZA. THEY ARE SCAMMERS

    Use okpay or 2co.

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    Default Re: Payza a scam?

    WARNING: STAY AWAY FROM ALERTPAY/PAYZA!!!!


    NEVER EVER use AlertPays/Payza as a payment processor on the internet - unless you want to risk losing your money.


    The management and owners are criminals that belong in jail. They are guilty of FRAUD and of stealing money from their customers.


    Their website and payment system may look professional and honest, but behind the scene Firoz Patel and his cohorts are recklessly freezing accounts and stealing money from their customers.


    One of their customers are currently fighting them in the court of Montreal to release more than 1,000,000 USD, that they are holding back without reason - and have done so for the past two years.


    Don't be surprised if AlertPay/Payza suddenly disappears from the screen - but be sure to get your money out first.

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    payza is known for their problems ...stay away.

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    Be aware of payza. Scammer the top they can collapse any moment. They hold my account though i sent id and addressproofs. I prepare my advocate for a legal fight... I heard they did not pay someone who has a million dollar in account. So he get his money by same legal way so do i...

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