from alertpay to paypal
September 16, 2008 12:09pm CST
hello all, i was wondering if i could transfer all of my earnings from my alertpay account to my paypal account? have anyone done this? i am fairly new to alertpay and i am not exactly sure how they work ( whether they work the same as paypal or not), thanks in advance to those that respond.
16 Sep 08
i have a legal solution for it. IF your country accept bank transfer then this will no problem for you. First you need Transfer you Alert Pay money to your bank account.And then you can transfer you bank account money to Pay Pal account.But this can take your total more then 2 week for the process.
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16 Sep 08
Sites exist that will swap your money over for you. I can't remember any names of them or honestly I would give them to you. (I didn't know it was illegal though!) The real reason that I personally don't care for them, is that they charge a percentage. Sure, you'll get your money moved over instantly for 5%, but why not just transfer alertpay bank paypal? All it takes is a week.
16 Sep 08
aletpay and paypal are competitors so it is very impossible to do that in the legal system if you are going to ask them about it. if i am alertpay i wouldn'y allow it too since you are just merely using them to patronize the other competitor and that is a slap in their face. ok, let me tell you that it is just a merely looking at what it is based on business wise face value and don't get me wrong here, eyt? but there is no impossible to people who would like to break rules and do the transactions under the table though it always carry along with them the risk either you will be caught or the one who are facilitating the process will not abide in your activities and you always end up in the losing part. on the last part, alertpay works the same with paypal in doing the process of your earnings, there might be differences on fees, availability by countries (some country won't accept paypal and some do the same with alertpay), and in transferring the funds in your bank account.