Alertpay : now in drowning condition..??

alertapy - Is Alertpay in drowning condition ?
@shskumbla (3341)
India
December 23, 2011 11:14am CST
Today some where I saw a sentence that the Alertpay is in drowning condition..!! Is that true..? Anyway my account itself not verified in Alertpay. I was thinking to transfer $50 to my alertpay account and verify my account, but now I'm afried..! Do you have account in Alertapy ? What should I do now ? please participate in discussion.
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5 responses
@Dominique25 (9476)
• United States
23 Dec 11
I haven't heard anything about this. I have an alertpay account. I think that alertpay should be just fine since they charge a fee to get everything transferred. I wouldn't think they would be having any type of problems because we are in a sense paying them to give us our money. I had money transfered from them two months ago. And I will probably getting money transfered again in about a month in a half. Depending on when I can cashout again. I hope though that perhaps someone who has used them in the last few weeks will be able to tell you if they are still working.
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@shskumbla (3341)
• India
24 Dec 11
ya., they might be still working with money transactions., but to transfer the money into bank account through they charge a very large amount of fee.. And.., the proof submitted by me is not yet verified.
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• United States
26 Dec 11
I wonder how much they charge to have money deposited into a bank account. I had thought about it in the past but was unsure of how much it would cost. I think that it is crazy that they charge a high price to do this. But some places only use alertpay and so I've just been requesting checks through them.
@shskumbla (3341)
• India
9 Jan 12
Oh, Its good that your country supports check withdrawal. They are not sending money through check for Indian. They won't charge money for verifying the bank account by adding $50 to my alertpay account, right ?
@rajeev075 (1936)
• India
23 Dec 11
Really that is the case? Where you read this? I had account in alertpay but didn't worry about the money i had in it. I had jsut0.5 $ and hence i do not worry about it.As they didn't tranfer money to bank account here in my country so i didn't try to get verified. Like paypal they must have some thign to do in case of verification. If you have seen the site which is telling all these things them my advice os to not go with it.There is hitation in you thus just not give that amount.
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@shskumbla (3341)
• India
23 Dec 11
I'm also from India.(Mysore) I saw that sentence in mylot itself. Now I don't remembere. Someone commented about it. Are you sending and reviving money through Alerpay without being verified..?
@marguicha (83945)
• Chile
8 Jan 12
I would not put a cent on Alertpay. Stick to the sites that have paypal as their processor. There are several reasons for this. All sites that work with paypal ahve shown to be less risky than those you have only Alertpay. Alertpay will not let you withdraw your money to your credit card (I believe that mayor credit cards don´t want to work with Alertpay). There are many places online where you canpay with paypal but not many where you can pay with Alertpay. I decided that I would only promote and exchange sites that use paypal as their cash processor as I believe that all sites that use only Alertpay will drown with it
@shskumbla (3341)
• India
9 Jan 12
May be.., But do you think they can turn Scam ? Because it was/is a well known payment processor. aren't there chances they being caught for being Scam ?
@marguicha (83945)
• Chile
9 Jan 12
For many people, they don´t work as they should anymore. Many people aare not interested in a cash processor that will not really process cash. That is, you cannot withdraw to your credit cards and you cannot pay through them to the mayor online sites where you can buy all sorts of things.
• India
4 Apr 12
Hello,what is alert pay??I don't know about it..Can you help me??
@shskumbla (3341)
• India
9 Apr 12
It is a well known payment processor. Similar to Paypal.
@hesheit (87)
22 Jan 12
I have AP account. I can withdraw the money through bank wire which costs me $15 but I think the charge is too high since I earn a small amount only. I'm thinking to use AP to PP exchanger. Anyone know about this kind of exchanger?