ePayments f****d up

Highr0ll34

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any update of these fuckers.Last i know that they start some kind of again verification with passports and codes with making selfies.
Can someone update on this.Hope they are the end to give access to our hard earned money.

From what I know they unfreezing corporate accounts first, then locals then the international ones. I've got 1,2k$ chilling in the wallet since the DDay.
 

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They are the definition of [email protected]!
Adding systems, codes, double verifications, gadgets, toys, crap...
Just to have as humbly waiting for the miracle!
 

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From the looks of it things are moving. They just sent this email:
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Please provide your personal information

Hi xxxxx,

We are pleased to announce that we are starting the process of gradually remediating customer accounts in order to grant access to funds.

This process will include requesting you to provide additional information with regards to the purpose of your ePayments account usage and passing through our updated verification process. We appreciate you completing the process within 7 days.

Please log into your ePayments account from the website or Mobile application and follow the instructions which our system shows you.

Once you complete the process, we might require some additional information from you. In that case we will contact you via the ticket system.

If you have any questions, please get in touch with ePayments support team.

 
Important information: we will not be able to immediately grant access to funds once you complete the remediation process as we have to undergo a number of checks and balances to make sure we’ve done everything correctly. We will notify you separately by email once we will be able to invite you and make a refund.   
  
ePayments team
[email protected]    Phone: +44-207-873-2383
 

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From the looks of it things are moving. They just sent this email:
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Please provide your personal information

Hi xxxxx,

We are pleased to announce that we are starting the process of gradually remediating customer accounts in order to grant access to funds.

This process will include requesting you to provide additional information with regards to the purpose of your ePayments account usage and passing through our updated verification process. We appreciate you completing the process within 7 days.

Please log into your ePayments account from the website or Mobile application and follow the instructions which our system shows you.

Once you complete the process, we might require some additional information from you. In that case we will contact you via the ticket system.

If you have any questions, please get in touch with ePayments support team.


Important information: we will not be able to immediately grant access to funds once you complete the remediation process as we have to undergo a number of checks and balances to make sure we’ve done everything correctly. We will notify you separately by email once we will be able to invite you and make a refund.  
 
ePayments team
[email protected]    Phone: +44-207-873-2383

Good to know. Are you local to epayments or abroad?
 

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Ok, it seems Epayments are getting back and all who have wallets start searching emails to get their money withdrawn.
The good news I have over 10k stitch in there will get in good in these hard times.
https://blog.epayments.com/epayments-reopens-the-business/
 

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I dont know man , have you or anyone else received that mail ?
 

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Im in a telegram group and a significant anount of users had been already refunded. Hope they will get to my account soon :D
 

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it is another PayZa story.

probably, but some ppl got their money back so theres still hope lol

My post would not make too much sense but, f*** it :D

Daaamn! It's been a looong time since I heard about Payza, ex AlertPay...

I didn't know that SolidTrustPay, Payza, and others vanished, until a few months ago ( :

LibertyReserve, EgoPay, OkPay, and these 2 were a pain in the ass back in days but, that was the only way to get my money out then.
 

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My business partner had $600 locked in ePayments. Now he is dead. Money are lost. Yeah, ePayments is a scam and you people if you have funds there, forget about them and move on. Best advice, keep cash not money with some company.
 

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The best thing is that ePayments is authorised and regulated by FCA in UK. And nothing is done about it that they keep money of all their customers.
 

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This is one of the reason cryptocurrency hardwallet is preferred. You don't get to be affected by this sort of stuffs
 

venixx

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This is one of the reason cryptocurrency hardwallet is preferred. You don't get to be affected by this sort of stuffs
true, but I wasn't using ePayments for crypto, just to get my payouts and transfer them on the same day to my bank account
 
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