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Payza launching new website called EgoPay

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#1 by BPOJ » Wed Jul 18, 2012 09:19

In order to avoid lawsuits that led to AlertPay becoming Payza, Payza will no longer do business with high risk websites like HYIPs, MLMs, and certain PTCs, and has instead launched an affiliate site called Egopay which is owned by Payza to handle high risk websites. No links allowed on the forum so if you want more news just do a google search on egopay. Just learned of this today, I don't think it will affect ClixSense.

UPDATE! 7/22/2012: Egopay is in no way Linked to Payza, it turns out fraudulent companies have been saying it is owned by payza to get people to switch over since Payza no longer accepts HYIPS and other high risk companies as stated in their new User Agreement. Egopay will be used to transfer funds from an Egopay account to a Payza account from what I understand, acting as a bridge.

Egopay put this statement on their website:
Quote:"We are not owned, in partnership or linked in any way with Payza.
We are 2 separate entities with our own terms."
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#2 by valerie » Wed Jul 18, 2012 11:16

Approach with caution.
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#3 by BPOJ » Wed Jul 18, 2012 11:20

I think I'm going to abandon all payment processors and just request check withdrawals. The only payment processor I trust now is PayPal.
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#4 by valerie » Wed Jul 18, 2012 14:07

I don't trust any of them period. Never have and never will.

Just remember, never leave more money in an online payment processor than you intend to use
readily.
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#5 by marocteam » Wed Jul 18, 2012 16:57

is that payza don't accepting any more pending payouts ??
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#6 by salsabie » Wed Jul 18, 2012 19:06

Yes, I read this issue on Payza blog, and what I understand from their update is intented for un-licensed online business.

I agree this will not affect ClixSense much, though I hope there will be an official announcement from Admin according to this.

For me, opening a new account of that called EgoPay is not urgently required, since I am a PayPal user and not playing those of high risk program too much.. :)
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#7 by vickyswast » Wed Jul 18, 2012 19:52

valerie wrote: I don't trust any of them period. Never have and never will.

Just remember, never leave more money in an online payment processor than you intend to use
readily.
good suggestion valerie :thumbup:
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#8 by Darkstar2 » Wed Jul 18, 2012 23:57

What I can say however is that I find it a bit hypocrite for them to ban an industry they should have banned from day 1. They should NEVER act as a payment processor for HYIP, when they KNEW and admitted that the industry is high risk and what it involves...........now they stop supporting this industry, and I have my opinions on why but it's best not to discuss or I will blow steam :D However, on the other hand if it's true that they open an affiliate site and accept HYIP and scams basically, that is totally unacceptable.

They claim that they are only a payment processor when confronted about all the allegations - however, in my opinion it does not matter. In my opinion I would see it like aiding and abetting.....You don't act as a payment processor for HYIP when you know by your town admittance that it is a high risk industry based on a ponzi scheme.......

I lost $4000 in geniusfunds and I had to wait almost 2 f*cking years (pardon my french) to get a reply from their support team to be told I get a $80 refund out of the $1600 I was bloody owed !) In my opinion I think there was enough money in GF's account when it got limited, but I think I know where all that money went. 'nuff said I am pissed at this payment processor..........Gives a VERY BAD NAME to Canada! In my opinion Payza is just a sinking ship.

I would strong advise people NOT to use any alternative processor to invest in HYIP...........HYIP is grand THEFT ponzi schemes and quick scams - STOP supporting CRIMINALS ONLINE who run those HYIPs and scams and there will be less scams to steal your money............

'nuff said, I guess the steam is out ! lol!

Howard Stern signing off!
:P :P :P
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#9 by BPOJ » Sat Jul 21, 2012 23:09

UPDATE! 7/22/2012: Egopay is in no way Linked to Payza, it turns out fraudulent companies have been saying it is owned by payza to get people to switch over since Payza no longer accepts HYIPS and other high risk companies as stated in their new User Agreement. Egopay will be used to transfer funds from an Egopay account to a Payza account from what I understand, acting as a bridge.

Egopay put this statement on their website:
Quote:"We are not owned, in partnership or linked in any way with Payza.
We are 2 separate entities with our own terms."
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#10 by mudassar2009 » Sun Jul 22, 2012 07:05

Hahahahahahaha Egopay for Sale....So funny to see this....What is this....



See this...

http://whois.domaintools.com/egopay.com

And make offer for domain...

http://www.aftermarket.com/egopay.com
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