I guess so many of us are making use of alertpay money processor
site to shop online.recently i received an email from them saying alertpay is now payza
.the change came as surprise.i thought it was scam, then i Google it out to confirm. So i thought it would be wise sharing what payza is all about
what is payza.com
, is an online money processor website used by internet users (individual and business owners)
to make payment online.you can use their service to receive and buy stuff online.they store the money in dollars which means you have to fund your account in dollars to enable you buy goods or pay for any services online provided the merchant is also making use of the service.
according to them, existing customers can still login with their details as they did not make any changes any login details.so if you have an account with them, you can still go ahead to use your current login email and password to access your information.so why don't you visit Payza
to get a free account and have a look at their new site.that's all.ENJOY.
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My friend, I have my company on hold, because of Payza...they are not listening to me, via email, and have no phones working either; Canada or USA...and this is after someone broke into my account, emptied it, locked me out and Payza is doing zip about it ... appears my 16 years of research is correct, with more evidence; these mickey-mouse, self-centered companies, are a dime a million -- these guys are clearly to be avoided as is Paypal, and done so like the plague...good luck! www.25dollarmiracle.comReplyDelete