alertpay / payza are confirmed scams

India
May 16, 2012 10:54am CST
Hi. I am a very worried person right now... Earlier Alertpay cheated Indians by promising easy money withdrawals to INDIA and now they don't allow withdrawal except $15.00 fees which is too high... Now Alertpay has scammed and they converted to a new company called PAYZA which is nothing but a new name for Alertpay so that they don't face legal action when they run away with all the deposits and millions of $$ kept with them in e-wallets... I am very scared... I have lost all my Alertpay money to those cheaters... Can someone guide me how will I be able to withdraw almost $16.00 balance to my bank account in INDIA or atleast convert it to PAYPAL... Appreciate all kind help and suggestions.
13 responses
• Chennai, India
16 May 12
There is no way. But you can use that money to invest in few sites which accept Alertpay, and allow you to cashout via Paypal. (It's not like exchanging. You have to either upgrade or buy referrals using alertpay. And you can cashout your earnings via Paypal.) This way, though it takes little time, you can exchange your money without losing anything towards fees. If you would be interested, I can give few suggestions.
• India
17 May 12
i venkat i am so much interested about your answer regarding the alert pay usage and it is really amazing . all the indians should do like that only my using the alert pay because this is the best option for any other person who was facing such kibd of problems with the pyza. and can you give answer to my question that is how can i purchase a rented referrals with neobux . and so many my friends told increase our earnings neobux is the best choice . is it right or wrong
• Chennai, India
17 May 12
Yeah, as dupremo said, don't even think of renting referrals at Neobux. But you can rent referrals at MyBrowserCash. MBC's rented referrals are assured profit.
• Chennai, India
17 May 12
@beachdune.. The rented referrals at MyBrowserCash work differently. If the rented referral has not earned profit for us today, the period of renting is extended by one day. So, the rented referral at MBC stays with us until they earn guaranteed profit to us. (The normal rent period is 75 days. If the rented referrals fails to earn profit today, we don't get credit today, and the period is extended by one day.) There is a new site, Browse4Bux, with the same concept. I suggest both the sites, but I suggest MBC more.
@yel812 (174)
17 May 12
I never thought that alertpay will do such a thing. I like alertpay before than paypal because I heard that there are some issue about paypal, they required a lot of things before they transfer your money. That problems appear if your money in paypal reaches 10k dollars and above. But I think Paypal is better now compare to alertpay.
@yel812 (174)
18 May 12
I wish someone will sue them, I wish a lot of people will sue them so they will pay big for what they have done. I think it's better if we can create a blog about it so we can warn others before they use alertpay.
• India
20 May 12
Yel... Thank you for your supporting and comforting words. It really helped me feel that I am not alone and there are others who feel the same way that I do. Surely creating a blog would at least make people aware of the situation.. the pit of policies and all hang ups these corporate companies create just for misguiding the common man.. Hope I can have the pleasure of friendship with you. Till then, God bless you & have a nice day !
• Philippines
23 Jul 12
HELLO I just read your articles about payza and alertpay, And im really worried cause i just registered this past weeks, kindly file a complaint to this url link https://feedback-form.truste.com/watchdog/request your opinion is very important here.
• Philippines
17 May 12
good thing I'm putting all my funds that I earned to paypal even though they are strict in transferring moneys, yet, I can still get my funds there. If you want to transfer your funds to paypal, maybe you should use the money transferring site. But just be careful because some sites like that are scams.
• Philippines
17 May 12
or like what venkataraman said, you can invest your money to some sites that accept alertpay and paypal then you can cash it out to your paypal when you reach the minimum payouts.
• India
16 May 12
yes my friend, 15$ fee is too high to withdraw. Be careful with alertpay here after. only way that you can get back your money is invest the money in some other sites which pays you through paypal.you can upgrade memebership or buy renter referrals so that you can increase your earnings. don't leave the money as it is...
• Chennai, India
18 May 12
You got it wrong Vipul. Earlier I subscribed to MyBrowserCash via Alertpay. And after changing into Payza, the same subscription worked fine. I was never asked to edit the subscription details. Whenever I have funds in my Alertpay (now Payza) account, I will invest it with sites that have Alertpay and Paypal. And I with withdraw via Paypal, if I need the money. Otherwise I withdraw to Alertpay, if I want to spend it online. Don't you spend anything online? If you spend, you will find Alertpay is convenient than Paypal.
@superbadx (484)
• Malaysia
17 May 12
Well, these company are not making charity, they are business. So, if you don't like it, stop using it and search for an alternative. Just like the prepaid mobile companies which constantly introducing some new and cheap for their customers since people would just leave and use another that is better and cheaper than their services.
@beachdune (908)
• India
16 May 12
Chill man. As now we know that alertpay has scammed and that the money stored in that is gone , there is nothing much that we people can do expect them to return the money or wait for the united states government to take legal action against them . But don't worry . They can't take money from your bank account and you can also ask your bank to block all transactions from alertpay . One good thing is that I never used alertpay as much as I used papal because all my earnings from online sites go into my papal account . We can't do anything now . Just wait and watch what happens .
• India
17 May 12
Thanks for your response beachdune... I had worked pretty hard to earn money that is stored in Alertpay and so I just feel terrible to just let go off it... I worked day and night for that money... it is not much but $16 = Rs. 1000/- almost... which is quite a decent sum here in India. Paypal is so nice and genuine they transfer any amount above $3.00 directly to my bank account and also convert is from USD to INR for free...that is a wonderful service. But in between when Paypal was running into legal issues with Indian Govt. that time Alertpay lured Indian customers by promising easy cash withdrawals and no fees etc etc... which they didn't fulfill so...it just pinches my heart.. but I am sure I will get over it..
@narnia007 (1051)
• India
30 Nov 12
Hey.It is not due to the alertpay conditions.It is due to reserve bank of india rules and restrictions.Alertpay has restricted its transactions to bankwire alone.Other mode of payments demanded some more access by rbi into their system.Hence bankwire and this kind of transaction is usually costly no matter what banks or online processors.On the otherhand paypal agreed to rbi rules but it has restricted to receiving cash alone.You cannot send funds directly from your paypal,but has to go through your bank account.Each has its own merits and demerits.Sadly bankwire costs a lot for us.
@asif179 (22)
• Thailand
21 Nov 12
how you can blame to a company having very good rating worldwide, as one bank bought by any other bank so it will replace the old bank name to new one which bought same in the case some payment gateway websites bought by other groups. whenever you join any website, they have clearly mentioned their terms and conditions so you must read those terms and policies then start working with them, but you people read nothing and later on shouted on them and try to spread misconception among other peoples. whenever you cannot afford any service so why do you go to join it? if it is your need so adopt it happily and utilize and pay against their services because they are charging against services, they never rob your money so if they become your next to door neighbour so you can do nothing by law because they have proper process and all the thing belong to under the rules and regulations. i personally feel very bed to read you discussion because you are just annoyed paying their service charges and you didn't think that how much they had paid or invested to start that platform or payment gateway to facilitate millions of people. if you could get a position to start that kind of website or company you will definitely charge more then that because you or your type of persons think about yourself only. think about it seriously and feel sorry because you are misguiding others but becoming first to join that kind of websites. i am not owner or relative or friend of those websites but reality should be discussed.
• India
26 Sep 12
Now Indian can Wifhdraw their money through Bank Transfer from payza... Cost $5 ( INR 270 ) per transaction
13 Jun 12
Hi Ladies and Gents, You have to read this and a the associated links there is a lot of evidence regarding Alertpay and Payza : http://www.payza-alertpay-firoz-patel-scam.blogspot.co.uk/2012/06/payza-mh-pillars-ltd-alertpay-ceptum.html Think its time to cash out... that is if we can get our money out!!
• India
12 Jun 12
It's very high fee to withdraw funds from alertpay. Paypal is best payment processor than payza(formerly called as alertpay). It's not possible to transfer payza funds to paypal. It's better to buy any low cost amazon or ebay product with your alertpay balance. Otherwise, Nothing you can do.
@rkennedee (333)
18 May 12
That's very informative, I'm so sorry to hear that. There are really lot of scams here at the internet and we need to be careful in giving our bank account. I have no idea how to help you on this matter just like to thank you for the information. I hope you can get your money back from them .
@djbtol (5500)
• United States
17 May 12
I hope you get this sorted out. I only have a little in my Alertpay account and have not yet checked into payza. Try contacting both companies.