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Will Payza Replace Paypal for this?

Discussion in 'BlackHat Lounge' started by emaloy97, Nov 15, 2012.

  1. emaloy97

    emaloy97 Junior Member

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    So I was thinking of running some WSOs to make some cash, but I don't want to use PayPal buttons to sell.

    If I'm correct and I set up the payza personal pro account, it can accept credit card payments and I could make a buy button just the same as PayPal?

    I guess what I'm asking is, is payza an okay alternative to PayPal for selling info products online.
     
  2. Pipelin

    Pipelin Regular Member

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    My advice, stay away from Payza.
     
  3. gullsinn

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    Paypal can't be replaced some anything else so soon.
     
  4. indigo69

    indigo69 Junior Member

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    Try OKPay, I would trust them before Payza.
     
  5. SmileAtmyWins

    SmileAtmyWins BANNED BANNED

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    Both of you are wrong. Paypal has screwed over 1000's of NORMAL people, not to mention us marketers. They limit your account ONLY because of it's transactions. An account rep for them told me that directly on the phone. They say they do it to weed out people with fake information. So, fake or real info, scamming or legit, you have the potential of getting limited and having to deal with bull crap.

    My advice, which is from person experience with both, go with Payza. It will eventually branch out just as Paypal did and become a more accepted payment processor.
     
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  6. emaloy97

    emaloy97 Junior Member

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    Thanks. And seriously fuck PayPal. If someone with legit information who complies with everything they ask can have money frozen, then why would anyone use them.
     
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  7. indigo69

    indigo69 Junior Member

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    Well actually I dislike Paypal... Google, YT and all their corporate domination on the web.

    If another processor such as Payza can get popular enough to have millions of people using it, it will be a good thing anyway for the online industry. More competition, the better.
     
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  8. Aaric

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    they keep changing their name

    it was not payza before.
     
  9. FLK101

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    Payza sucks. They make your customers prefund thier account and it takes days for them to process it. You will lose more orders than you ever sell.
     
  10. emaloy97

    emaloy97 Junior Member

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    It used to be alert pay.

    I could use google checkout right?
    Or money bookers.

    But payza seems a likely choice.
     
  11. emaloy97

    emaloy97 Junior Member

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    You don't have to have an account for payza.

    The Personal pro account accepts credit cards.
     
  12. richworld

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    You can use moneybookers
     
  13. moviedemands

    moviedemands BANNED BANNED

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    payza canceled my account that I used when they were Alertpay for years.
    They kept all the funds, and when I contacted them, they replied saying they currently can't allow US citizens to use Payza at the moment?

    They also said I would receive a check in the mail in the next 30 days, Yeah No check, and no response when I try to contact them now.

    Just watch out.
     
  14. emaloy97

    emaloy97 Junior Member

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    Alright thanks for info.

    Anyone have experience with google checkout?
     
  15. Roparadise

    Roparadise BANNED BANNED

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    Payza still works for u.s. citizens,I still get money in and can make payments with it.
     
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    SmileAtmyWins BANNED BANNED

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    AlertPay which is now Payza, is still good for U.S. citizens. Skill, which used to be MoneyBookers, is good because I heard minimal amount of complaints about them. Paypal on the other hand, I wouldnt even recommend to an enemy. It's retarded.
     
  17. gloom

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    i hope so, PayZa replace paypal
     
  18. Dagreyon

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    If you play by the rules, paypal is fine. You're just salty because you didn't and you were banned. I've been limited several times, but I was doing everything legitimately and I was able to verify my account with the details that were under the account. PayPal has screwed people out of money, but that's because they were using fake info, doing something against the ToS, etc.
     
  19. balamut

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    The only issue PayPal ever gave me is because of eBay and even then it was cleared out in couple weeks. Dagreyon is right, if you keep everything within their TOS you should be fine.
     
  20. SmileAtmyWins

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    Well firstly, you should probably learn to say things only when you know them to be absolutely true, otherwise you look like an idiot. Which you do. I was running legitimate website development services through a website and on here (still am). My account was linked to some roommate of mine that was linked to his mothers account who had scammed ebay in the past and they just happened to share the same address. So, I played by the rules, I was screwed for no reason. I was connected to someone else's bullshit and their system and representatives refused to do anything about. Secondly, they have been known to limit people's accounts for NO reason. I've seen hundreds of threads on multiple forums about it. Impossible for EVERY one of them to be a lie.
     
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