Alertpay became Payza on 14th May, 2014.
Want even more services and flexibility from your favorite online payment processor? You got it!
- Smartphone & mobile phone friendly
- More countries and additional currencies
- Global bank wire loaded to your e-wallet in more currencies
- Enhanced customer support
The AlertPay that you love is becoming Payza this spring – to give you exactly these things! Thanks to a recent merger with UK- based MH Pillars Ltd, a leader in prepaid card solutions, we were able to join forces to take AlertPay to the next level of online payment processing.
On May 14, 2012, they launched a redesigned website with more service offerings to bring you an even better online payment processing experience. All of your information will transition to Payza.com – so you don’t have to do a thing! Same account number, same personal and financial information, same login & password!
Apart from a new brand name, with logos, payment buttons and banners to match, nothing changes! All of your information stays the same:
- The same account (with your money in it)!
- The same personal and business information!
- The same financial information!
- The same login and password!
BUT, you will get:
- New service offerings (such as);
- Enhanced customer support (phone, email, live chat); and
- A completely redesigned and easier-to-use website! New members’ area, new dev center, new checkout and login!
Get a look at the new Payza design here: https://www.payza.com/?SsRcx%2b6h84K2N7yjYFlqng%3d%3d
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Question? Is Payza certainly better?
First impression when I arrived on Payza, the site is white, green and a little black. Pretty much, like Alertpay's webpage. Not much has changed! What has changed are there terms and conditions!
Activities Not Allowed
The sale, solicitation, offering, exchange or service of the following are not allowed:
Selling of Unregistered/Unlicensed Stocks, bonds, securities, options, futures, or investments in any entity or property, including (but not limited to) corporations and partnerships or sole proprietorship, are prohibited through any of the Payza networks Stocks, bonds, securities, options, futures, or investments in any entity or property, including (but not limited to) corporations and partnerships
The crucial question now, what happen to every investment site accepting Alertpay Payza at this point? Will we see sites dropping Payza, worst will we see sites just disappear because Payza limit their accounts. The investment universe might rewrite itself.
We will see what will happen the next week or two, but I am almost certain, we will see some drastic changes around the websites in the investment universe. I hold off for now on Payza spends and wait what the future brings.