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Very bad news and big blow to the PTC industry

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#1 by Darkstar2 » Wed Mar 21, 2018 13:34

After PayPal has cut ties to PTC industries, now comes yet another devastating blow that could have major impact on PTC and other sites. Payza is no more ! The site has been seized by the US DOJ. The same faith that happened with Liberty Reserve and EGOPAY...... I will not go into detail about why but for more information visit this site:

Obopay/Payza | USAO-DC | Department of Justice

Another PTC, Neobux has removed Payza from their payment processor, they claim it is temporary, but things don't look good, as the site and monies are seized, when this happened with EGOPAY, they never recovered and never came back online.

I want to say more on the matter but it's best I reserve my comments, I thought after the AP fiasco that Payza was licensed :/ why the HELL did I have to go through a verification process, send my ID, personal info, banking info, only to find out now that they were allegedly non licensed :/
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#2 by BouldRake » Wed Mar 21, 2018 13:55

I took an even bigger hit than when E-Gold got busted.

Should've learned by now...
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#3 by LifeDrop8 » Wed Mar 21, 2018 13:57

This is really very dissapointing!! My only option to cash out was Paypal at first and then Payza.Now i have no other option available.How am i going to cash out?? I need the money to pay bills and so much more.This is devastating i do not know what will happen now.
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#4 by tasman1 » Wed Mar 21, 2018 14:00

Shit . maybe time for pension
And shit I just got CS payment to Payza

Dear ..............

You've got cash!

ClixSense (payouts@clixsense.com) just sent you money through Payza.
Payment Details

Date: March 21, 2018 11:13:09 AM
Amount Sent: $124.11 USD
Sender Name: ClixSense
Sender Email: payouts@clixsense.com
Reference Number:................
Message: Thank you for participating in our program, enjoy your reward!

View the details of this transaction by logging into your Payza account.
Thanks for choosing Payza,
Team Payza
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#5 by rosachoque » Wed Mar 21, 2018 14:19

Dear ...,
You've got cash!
ClixSense (alertpay@clixsense.com) just sent you money through Payza.
Payment Details
• Date: March 21, 2018 11:23:06 AM
• Amount Sent: $50.41 USD
• Sender Name: ClixSense
• Sender Email: alertpay@clixsense.com
• Reference Number: ....
• Message: Thank you for participating in our program, enjoy your reward!
View the details of this transaction by logging into your Payza account.


Four months of work here in Clixsense :silent:
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#6 by DarkxDecember » Wed Mar 21, 2018 14:24

Glad I never kept any money sitting on my account there, always sent it straight to my bank as soon as I got it. I guess I will have to request check every month now as none of the other options are good for me..
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#7 by sweetpie3000 » Wed Mar 21, 2018 14:38

Ptc die a very long time ago.
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#8 by sweetpie3000 » Wed Mar 21, 2018 14:40

LifeDrop8 wrote: This is really very dissapointing!! My only option to cash out was Paypal at first and then Payza.Now i have no other option available.How am i going to cash out?? I need the money to pay bills and so much more.This is devastating i do not know what will happen now.

You need move on cryptocurrency like bitcoin faucet?
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#9 by insa801 » Wed Mar 21, 2018 14:52

Darkstar2 wrote: After PayPal has cut ties to PTC industries, now comes yet another devastating blow that could have major impact on PTC and other sites. Payza is no more ! The site has been seized by the US DOJ. The same faith that happened with Liberty Reserve and EGOPAY...... I will not go into detail about why but for more information visit this site:

Obopay/Payza | USAO-DC | Department of Justice

Another PTC, Neobux has removed Payza from their payment processor, they claim it is temporary, but things don't look good, as the site and monies are seized, when this happened with EGOPAY, they never recovered and never came back online.

I want to say more on the matter but it's best I reserve my comments, I thought after the AP fiasco that Payza was licensed :/ why the HELL did I have to go through a verification process, send my ID, personal info, banking info, only to find out now that they were allegedly non licensed :/

I am not surprised about Payza. I found them dodgy back when I tried to verify my account. Their verification process was utter breaching every personal data protection rule. I never finished my verification and never ever used them.
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#10 by BouldRake » Wed Mar 21, 2018 14:55

Well, yeah - they're incredibly dodgy, and everyone knew it would collapse eventually.

It's just surprising that it collapsed during a stable (by their standards) point in their operating history. There have been lots of points at which one would panic-withdraw in the past. There were only minor (again, by their standards) issues recently.
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#11 by Charez » Wed Mar 21, 2018 15:00

Gift cards will be maybe the only safe options for Reward websites, to pay their users
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#12 by BouldRake » Wed Mar 21, 2018 15:39

If I had a rewards site, I'd be paying in dogecoin.

It can do micropayments without ridiculous fees, it's not an inflationary coin so you don't have the ridiculous peaks and troughs like Bitcoin, but it's popular enough to be on most exchanges so you can turn it to cash, or other coins without much messing around.
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#13 by lotoole » Wed Mar 21, 2018 18:01

Does Dwolla have anything in common with Payza? Wondering if I should stay with checks?
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#14 by Charez » Wed Mar 21, 2018 18:05

BouldRake wrote: If I had a rewards site, I'd be paying in dogecoin.

It can do micropayments without ridiculous fees, it's not an inflationary coin so you don't have the ridiculous peaks and troughs like Bitcoin, but it's popular enough to be on most exchanges so you can turn it to cash, or other coins without much messing around.

Dogecoin could be an option for the reason you posted. The problem is...it's a cryptocurrency. When you own a site and operate it alone, after your job, as a hobby it's ok. But once you operate as a company it's another story, you have to deal with all the craps to know the regulations related and so. And it's usually not easy
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#15 by tasman1 » Wed Mar 21, 2018 18:20

Sad , gone to GPT site now , 6 survey so far today , sad can not do it here , blody payza .did like it here , but

Will come back if PP or Payza come back
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#16 by larryonly » Wed Mar 21, 2018 18:36

tasman1, I don't know how Skrill works for sure; but it seems to be an option for many of Clixsense members .
They are available for US dollars as well as Canadian and Australian , and British pounds as well.
Fees to send or receive seem okay , but can't see the ( Transfer to bank ) fees or availability yet ??
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#17 by Raizvan » Wed Mar 21, 2018 18:38

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#18 by BouldRake » Wed Mar 21, 2018 18:49

ZorroOfficiel wrote:
BouldRake wrote: If I had a rewards site, I'd be paying in dogecoin.

It can do micropayments without ridiculous fees, it's not an inflationary coin so you don't have the ridiculous peaks and troughs like Bitcoin, but it's popular enough to be on most exchanges so you can turn it to cash, or other coins without much messing around.

Dogecoin could be an option for the reason you posted. The problem is...it's a cryptocurrency. When you own a site and operate it alone, after your job, as a hobby it's ok. But once you operate as a company it's another story, you have to deal with all the craps to know the regulations related and so. And it's usually not easy

Depends where you live, I suppose. Over here, it's just a scrip ('private money' is the legal term - but still just a scrip). It might need some KYC if you're paying directly, but it would be pretty straight forward.

With CS in the US, things are a bit more...not straightforward.
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#19 by tasman1 » Wed Mar 21, 2018 19:08

larryonly wrote: tasman1, I don't know how Skrill works for sure; but it seems to be an option for many of Clixsense members .
They are available for US dollars as well as Canadian and Australian , and British pounds as well.
Fees to send or receive seem okay , but can't see the ( Transfer to bank ) fees or availability yet ??



To open new processor again , no way
I was working with PP only many years and opened payza just becouse CS,,, will not open another one again
doing job now with some GPT site that i am member many years and paid with PP
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#20 by larryonly » Wed Mar 21, 2018 19:48

Sorry tasman1, maybe something comes back .
I finally got some info on Skrill , can be done , but seems a fee of at least $ 5.00 USD to transfer to bank
they do it via 'swift' an online transfer agent .
So, I and other Canadians better to go for the check as US citizens are able to do.
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