Is Payza a Scam? Full Review

By Marc Fox
January 22, 2019
Comments Off on Is Payza a Scam? Full Review

If you are visiting this website most probably is that you are looking for answer to know if Payza is a Scam? So let’s find out the truth:

Payza (formerly known as AlertPay) fully launched May 14, 2012. As some of you may know, AlertPay has had a lot of recent issues with banking, and credit card processing. The move appears to be a success, and all accounts/balances were not lost. There are a few changes that users should be aware of, for example they no longer allow you to use exchangers. While it appears not a lot has changed, I am confident the site will deliver on their promise to make major improvements. Till then, the site will be placed on the Ongoing Investigations List.

Here are the pros and cons of this site:

Pros:
1. Unlimited Direct Referrals – Just like AlertPay you can earn through their referral program. Normally we don’t review payment processors since most of them don’t have one or it is useless to use. Fortunately AlertPay/Payza does work and I have been paid with their referral program in the past. (see proof below) There are no limits on how many referrals you can have. Great for promoters and those who can refer a lot of people. To qualify for referral earnings they must meet these qualifications:

2. Forum – This payment processor does have a forum. Forums are great for communication between members and staff. Members can get support, and stay up to date on changes made to the site.
Forum: https://dev.payza.com/forum
Blog: https://blog.payza.com/

3.SSL Secure – Extra added layer of security to help secure your data.

Visit Payza.com for more information!

Comments: 0

Comments are closed.