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No PP no Payza ...Pension time ?..tasman1

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#1 by tasman1 » Wed Mar 21, 2018 14:41

PP gone , Payza now gone

What now ,forget all this shit and start pensioners life ? Sick of all this shit ? Start fishing ?
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#2 by sweetpie3000 » Wed Mar 21, 2018 14:42

tasman1 wrote: PP gone , Payza now gone

What now ,forget all this shit and start pensioners life ? Sick of all this shit ? Start fishing ?

Start collecting bitcoin faucet :lol:
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#3 by BouldRake » Wed Mar 21, 2018 14:48

Paypal really hurt a lot of sites. Payza is going to hurt a whole lot of the same sites before they've recovered, and a whole lot of new sites on top.

There could be a blessing in disguise for the sites strong enough to weather the storm.

Or we may be out of the frying pan and into the fire.

Too early to tell, give it a few months.
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#4 by DannyChiarelli » Wed Mar 21, 2018 14:53

A lot of the sites/companies I do business with got PayPal back...

Slowly, one by one...
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#5 by charmoeren » Wed Mar 21, 2018 14:54

Internet-based unlicensed money service business

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One might wonder that Clixsense has offered us to use Payza.

Clixsense may have a form of responsibility because they have not verified whether their partners have a license to make payments?

my loss = $ 130.00 ( thanks clixsense)
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#6 by tasman1 » Wed Mar 21, 2018 14:55

BouldRake wrote: Paypal really hurt a lot of sites. Payza is going to hurt a whole lot of the same sites before they've recovered, and a whole lot of new sites on top.

There could be a blessing in disguise for the sites strong enough to weather the storm.

Or we may be out of the frying pan and into the fire.

Too early to tell, give it a few months.



You are right , I agree with you
At this stage I have just one solution . do all my surveys on GPT site that are paying with PP , have few honest and that is what I will do
Sad , but no choice
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#7 by BouldRake » Wed Mar 21, 2018 14:57

DannyChiarelli wrote: A lot of the sites/companies I do business with got PayPal back...

Slowly, one by one...

Only one of the sites I use got PayPal back, though to be fair, I don't use many sites these days...change of job makes me less around a computer 24 hours a day.
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#8 by sweetpie3000 » Wed Mar 21, 2018 15:01

charmoeren wrote: Internet-based unlicensed money service business

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One might wonder that Clixsense has offered us to use Payza.

Clixsense may have a form of responsibility because they have not verified whether their partners have a license to make payments?

my loss = $ 130.00 ( thanks clixsense)


You should request a check instead?
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#9 by borodin4o » Wed Mar 21, 2018 15:39

sweetpie3000 wrote:
You should request a check instead?
They are available only for the USA and Canada.
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#10 by jjohnson777 » Wed Mar 21, 2018 15:41

I wished I started writing romance books when first had idea 3 years ago I have 300 by now and be making $100,000 a year. Oh well by end next week I be up to 25 and then 50 by end May which I am told when income picks up not bad for 4 months work. Its more fun clicking and pays better.:lol:
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#11 by lucky35 » Wed Mar 21, 2018 16:06

I never used Payza here but I had about $70 they owe me. I get a check here which is much better. I wonder why they were shut down.
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#12 by jjohnson777 » Wed Mar 21, 2018 16:10

Money laundering if trust government. My trust of government so low unless defendant just does something I super against I be saying not guilty. But court clerk notice I not driver so not been called back in 15 years. I was looking forward to jury nullification well I mention it weekly on Facebook.
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#13 by sweetpie3000 » Wed Mar 21, 2018 16:33

jjohnson777 wrote: Money laundering if trust government. My trust of government so low unless defendant just does something I super against I be saying not guilty. But court clerk notice I not driver so not been called back in 15 years. I was looking forward to jury nullification well I mention it weekly on Facebook.

Every government is corrupt around the world? It’s doesn’t matter what country you live? Government is trying shut down cryptocurrency since people will be able to control the money and make it fair system around the world.
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#14 by sp1915 » Wed Mar 21, 2018 17:11

Life goes on...
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#15 by larryonly » Wed Mar 21, 2018 17:29

Apparently they are charged with operating without 'required' State licences for transmitting Funds .
What crap is this ?
Does Paypal have such licences ?
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Payza site is online ..
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#16 by jjohnson777 » Wed Mar 21, 2018 17:50

Yes PayPal does. Its up each state go after them hence why not worked in Texas for about year. I think its federal overreach. Too bad Payza not in Russia they gladly fight it.
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#17 by tasman1 » Thu Mar 22, 2018 00:31

jjohnson777 wrote: I wished I started writing romance books when first had idea 3 years ago I have 300 by now and be making $100,000 a year. Oh well by end next week I be up to 25 and then 50 by end May which I am told when income picks up not bad for 4 months work. Its more fun clicking and pays better.:lol:



I wished I started romance girls when first had idea 3 years ago I have 300 by now and be making $100,000 a year. Oh well by end next week I be up to 25 and then 50 by end May which I am told when income picks up not bad for 4 months work. Its more fun ..clicking.. and pays better :twisted: :twisted:
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#18 by DannyChiarelli » Thu Mar 22, 2018 01:03

Just went to try to log into one of my online brokerage accounts, been awhile...

Found this,

U.S. IP Address Detected
In compliance with SEC Rule 15a-6 this website is not intended to solicit U.S. Residents.

You will need an access code or be an existing client to view our website.

By continuing, you certify that you have not been solicited to this website.

To generate a code, please enter your mobile # or email @ and insert the code once received.



Is true, This broker, based in the Bahamas, is in no way allowed to promote or advertise their services to US residents.

Needed them for a time. Minimum opening amount, No "Pattern Day Trading" limits.
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#19 by Arvind9 » Thu Mar 22, 2018 06:30

sweetpie3000 wrote:
tasman1 wrote: PP gone , Payza now gone

What now ,forget all this shit and start pensioners life ? Sick of all this shit ? Start fishing ?

Start collecting bitcoin faucet :lol:

Not bad idea its never too late
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#20 by sweetpie3000 » Thu Mar 22, 2018 07:16

Arvind9 wrote:
sweetpie3000 wrote:
tasman1 wrote: PP gone , Payza now gone

What now ,forget all this shit and start pensioners life ? Sick of all this shit ? Start fishing ?

Start collecting bitcoin faucet :lol:

Not bad idea its never too late


The real big money is on Litecoin and Dogecoin. If you collect as much free litecoin and dogecoin you can.

I know Litecoin will go up at least 10k per coin in a few years from now. Dogecoin is possible to reach 1 dollars per coin in 5 years from now.

Bitcoin will be worth at least 1 million dollars dollars per coin?


Tasman Maybe its time to jump on Cryptocurrency craze like collecting pokemon coins. :lol: :lol:
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