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

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#21 by sweetpie3000 » Thu Mar 22, 2018 07:17

sweetpie3000 wrote:
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 per coin?


Tasman Maybe its time to jump on Cryptocurrency craze like collecting pokemon coins. :lol: :lol:
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#22 by Arvind9 » Thu Mar 22, 2018 07:24

sweetpie3000 wrote:
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:

Clixsense is running out of Payment processors Tasman,still time to get your money to get some Bitcoins
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#23 by BouldRake » Thu Mar 22, 2018 09:20

sweetpie3000 wrote:
The real big money is on Litecoin and Dogecoin.

Dogecoin is not an inflationary coin. That you suggest it as a big money vector only serves to emphasise your rectally excreted verbiage.
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#24 by sweetpie3000 » Thu Mar 22, 2018 09:22

BouldRake wrote:
sweetpie3000 wrote:
The real big money is on Litecoin and Dogecoin.

Dogecoin is not an inflationary coin. That you suggest it as a big money vector only serves to emphasise your rectally excreted verbiage.


The newbie thinks dogecoin is so cheap. It will drive the price of dogecoin go up in the future.

My prediction dogecoin can reach as high 10 cent per coin in the end of the year.
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#25 by BouldRake » Thu Mar 22, 2018 09:33

I repeat. Dogecoin is not an inflationary coin. That you suggest it as a big money vector only serves to emphasise your rectally excreted verbiage.
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#26 by sweetpie3000 » Thu Mar 22, 2018 09:38

BouldRake wrote: I repeat. Dogecoin is not an inflationary coin. That you suggest it as a big money vector only serves to emphasise your rectally excreted verbiage.



I have no expectations on dogecoin at all. I know dogecoin price will go up 5 percent a year. One year ago dogecoin marketcap was only 20 million dollars. In January 2018. Dogecoin peaks 1.8 cents per coin. It peaked at least 2 billion dollar marketcap.

I am keeping collecting as much dogecoin I can. You never know this cryptocurrency market.

Dogecoin and litecoin are both good retirement fund in the future?
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#27 by josealvesjr » Thu Mar 22, 2018 09:39

I got this from another site. Maybe worth trying: (PAYZA) they moved their server to Europe. I can still login to my account.

instead of .com

they moved it to .eu

its on their twitter post
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#28 by BouldRake » Thu Mar 22, 2018 09:45

I just made a withdrawl from Payza using Bitcoin via the EU site. It hasn't cleared yet, but I can see it pending in the blockchain.

Or in other words, this SHOULD work...but there's going to be a lot of panic withdrawing, so get it done sooner rather than later before they run out of liquidity.



Edit - now have 4 confirmations, and managed to not lose any money in the Payza collapse. Phew. But if you're going to panic withdraw, I'd still suggest doing it quickly.
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#29 by sweetpie3000 » Thu Mar 22, 2018 09:53

If I were you guys withdraw all your fund in payza as soon possible? Uk Government will probably shutting down payza due involve in Ponzi scheme, child porn, money laundering and other. I heard Europe are more strict this stuff on Ponzi scheme program?
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#30 by Charez » Thu Mar 22, 2018 11:44

sweetpie3000 wrote: If I were you guys withdraw all your fund in payza as soon possible? Uk Government will probably shutting down payza due involve in Ponzi scheme, child porn, money laundering and other. I heard Europe are more strict this stuff on Ponzi scheme program?

you make me think about Cleverbot :lol:
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#31 by yogesh9 » Thu Mar 22, 2018 12:29

GOT IT TODAY

This is to inform you that Payza’s services are from now on fully operational and available at our new domain www.payza.eu, fully operational to everyone except for residents of the United States. All your account information and funds are secure and accessible at www.payza.eu.

Due to circumstances beyond our control, our previous domain is no longer accessible, however our new domain defines Payza as now being a fully European service. You can access your Payza account at secure.payza.eu/login.[/url]

Thank you for your patience and understanding,
Team Payza
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#32 by tasman1 » Thu Mar 22, 2018 13:28

sweetpie3000 wrote:
sweetpie3000 wrote:
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 per coin?


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




Nah , no crypto for me

I do just surveys daily as you all know so since yesterday I moved from doing it here and doing it now on GPT site ,they all paying with PayPal
Once Admin find solution for pay me here I will come back here
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#33 by sweetpie3000 » Thu Mar 22, 2018 14:46

tasman1 wrote:
sweetpie3000 wrote:
sweetpie3000 wrote:
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 per coin?


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




Nah , no crypto for me

I do just surveys daily as you all know so since yesterday I moved from doing it here and doing it now on GPT site ,they all paying with PayPal
Once Admin find solution for pay me here I will come back here


You can do survey on bitcoin faucet. You can make 100 bucks a month. Your 100 bucks will be worth 1000 dollars in one years from now.
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#34 by Darkstar2 » Thu Mar 22, 2018 14:59

tasman1 wrote: PP gone , Payza now gone

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

Payza I am not shocked to be honest it was bound to happen one day or another, considering the past shady history as AlertPay, allegedly EGOPAY, and Payza, etc. But PaYPal I was shocked too and disgusted that they took the decision to cut CS off, no bloody reason now, CS is not a PTC, they (PayPal) should reconsider.

Your best alternative to PP, Payza would be Payoneer. Payza's support was rubbish, and their extortion like fees were too much. It's unfortunate for those who relied on Payza only, but payment processors doing business in the US are required to be a licensed money transmitter....Hopefully there will be better alternatives one day.
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#35 by BouldRake » Thu Mar 22, 2018 15:02

I'm surprised at how many people are surprised. This forum has always been full of posts about how incredibly dodgy Payza is, it's not like they had a positive reputation. It's always been an open secret that it's going to come crashing down one day. I'm surprised it happened when it happened, but not surprised it happened, and I'm surprised anyone is surprised.
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#36 by Darkstar2 » Thu Mar 22, 2018 15:03

charmoeren wrote: Internet-based unlicensed money service business

.....................................................

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 haven't lost anything ! You are a non U.S. member, so you can access all of your funds - Has your CS cashout cleared and sent to your Payza ? If so you can access your Payza through the EU domain, your funds will be there (assuming you were paid) if otherwise your payment was pending, then you will have to use another processor. This is certainly not CS's fault, don't you think that maybe when CS accepted Payza there were no such strict regulations imposed ?
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#37 by Charez » Thu Mar 22, 2018 15:04

Changing from Alertpay to Payza was just a subliminal message to say "It will happen but later, don't worry dear customers"
Changing to .eu is another subliminal message to say "No No! Don't empty the swimming pool yet"
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#38 by Darkstar2 » Thu Mar 22, 2018 15:07

sweetpie3000 wrote:
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.

One world order ... The corrupt high level will control everything, money, interests and people, the very same hypocrites who will claim they are cracking down on corruption - Some irony. Yes banks are aiming to shut down crypto, and you know what, it's going to happen sooner than later - the biggest ponzi scheme hierarchy once again will look for its own money interest at ALL cost - first with the clusterf*** surrounding corrupt loans they gave, which caused people to lose their homes and destroy their lives, and now of course they have to find something else to destroy and help them become richer.
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#39 by Darkstar2 » Thu Mar 22, 2018 15:18

sweetpie3000 wrote:
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:

What dream book did you find this in ? :)

Keep dreaming - it's good to dream :)
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