Alertpay to paypal - a novel idea

Chennai, India
April 5, 2012 12:28pm CST
I got to see on emoneyspace a trick about a method to transfer funds from Alertpay to Paypal or Vice versa. I haven't tested it myself, but here it is: In our paypal account, we have to click 'Add credit card'. Here we have to fill our Alertpay particulars. Then we shall click 'Add funds from credit card' and proceed. Now the alertpay money gets transferred into paypal. This is what suggested there. And the member who suggested it, said that he used this trick successfully. I'm going to try it tomorrow. Before that if any of you try it and succeed, please update here.
14 responses
@varier (5699)
• Indonesia
6 Apr 12
I believe this is kinda risky.. :o But anyway, in order to be able to fill the credit card details over Paypal, that means you need to have AlertPay debit card, right? Have you already owned it?
• Chennai, India
6 Apr 12
No. I don't have alertpay debit card. And I too thought the risk behind and dropped the idea of checking even.
@varier (5699)
• Indonesia
6 Apr 12
Ah, okay.. I thought it wouldn't worth the risk.. By the way, can this method being done without having any AlertPay debit card?
@Jul14nch0 (1414)
• Argentina
6 Apr 12
Cool idea. But as an active member of MBC, wouldn't it be easier for you to just invest on that site with one processor and withdraw your earnings with the other?
• Chennai, India
6 Apr 12
Yeah. That's what I do now. But, if this works out that'll always be helpful when we run short of funds in either of the two.
@aeiou78 (3457)
• Malaysia
11 Apr 12
From my past experience, most of the sites will not allow the members to do so. If a member of a site invested by using his Alertpay account, he must collect his payment in the same money processor too. If you do have certain online earning sites which allow us to invest, but collect our payment by other money processor, please do share with us here.
5 Apr 12
For that to work, I assume you'd need an AlertPay credit/debit/charge card. PayPal checks the number format of the cards you enter, I believe.
• Chennai, India
5 Apr 12
I too thought that, but I'll check what it says. (So far I haven't seen what's required.)
@jkct02 (2859)
• Malaysia
6 Apr 12
But if anyone does have an AlertPay credit/debit/charge card, why would he want to transfer the money to PayPal just for the sake of converting Alertpay money to PayPal, when he can use the alertpay money via his AlertPay credit/debit/charge card to buy what he wants in the market?
• Canada
5 Apr 12
When usind "add card" paypal usually asks for credit and I'm so sure how we can add our alertpay information! Let use know!
• Canada
5 Apr 12
Actually, no sure how enter our alerpay information at this point!
• India
5 Apr 12
[i][/i] I hope only logon paypal and the top end add bank link available that link open then fill up alertpay account name and information . This my imagine only this facilities i heard today . Tommorw i will conform for my friends
@aeiou78 (3457)
• Malaysia
11 Apr 12
Before we agree to this idea, we must figure out the total processing fee to transfer our fund by using the Alertpay credit card to our Paypal account. For me, I am trying to accumulate as much as possible in my Alertpay account. The more amount I have in my withdrawal, the percentage of my Alertpay processing fee will be lowered. This is consideration when I want to withdraw from my alertpay account. If your proposal is workable, then it will be a good news to most of the Alertpay account holders to withdraw their money. At that time, I hope either the Alertpay or the Paypal will do set certain new rules to stop their members for doing so.
@stanley777 (7176)
• Philippines
6 Apr 12
I guess this had not been done before so I think it's a bit risky. Since in Paypal account it asked for the credit card or the particulars you have submitted for applying an account in alertpay and if I remember it right credit /debit card is not needed for an alertpay account to be approved.Just a reminder my friend, before doing so you must be 100% sure that it's possible.
@monouu (2612)
• Singapore
6 Apr 12
I don't think you should try this trick & always remember don't trust online info easily, there are traps everywhere. You are risking your PayPal account this way. Even if you succeed this time, PayPal can just banned you & shut your account if they found out what you did.
@veejay19 (3592)
• India
6 Apr 12
Hey venky, ipdi irken? thats a great idea but i would like you to try it out and then let us know if you did it successfully.Also is it legal to do so otherwise we could get blacklisted from paypal and lose our account permanently.All the best.
@aanjana (47)
• India
6 Apr 12
Hi,I would like to suggest that instead of putting your PayPal account at risk for such tricks,it's better to ask & confirm directly with PayPal customer support that whether they will allow such type of transactions officially or not?
@sanofer (525)
• India
6 Apr 12
this is very tricky risk. It is better to use your alertpay balance to upgrade some other saying accounts or better dont join websites which pays you through alertpay.
@meozard22 (872)
• Philippines
6 Apr 12
this is very risky you know... but in case you succeed in this trick, please inform me... thank you
@ottona (141)
• China
5 Apr 12
He must have an alertpay debit card, and if you do have an alertpay debit card then, yes, I would assume that it would work and doubt it would be against the rules. But you're going to need an ap card first...and don't forget there are plenty of fees for using the card!
• Canada
5 Apr 12
I don't have an alertpay account and so I don't really need ro do this transfer and so I have never tried this before. Before you try this transfer, just make sure it is possibe to do so and nothing goes wrong...
@aman1981 (793)
• India
5 Apr 12
Never use any Trick for where the payment comes in account whether PP or AP, As i seen many trick from where Paypal user use some trick which they say paypal automatically transfer fund to your bank account, and than the result comes out they banned by Paypal and now till date they were unable to open the paypal accout.. so i just say last use the trick in your own risk...........