Paypal and Payza at PTC sites.

@marguicha (76191)
Chile
September 13, 2012 6:57pm CST
I have always wondered why is it that some PTC sites stop paying with paypal after a while and some others ue that cash processor since the beginning. It would seemm that all PTC sites pose the same risks, but apparently there is a difference. Does any of my friends here know whuy is this? I prefer to work with sites that pay through paypal, but then so many times before I reach cashout the rules of the game are changed, including this. Share your knowledge, dear friends. I don´r like to promote a site only to discover later that I gave a bad link to someone.
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5 responses
@chrystalia (1209)
• Tucson, Arizona
14 Sep 12
I never figured this out either-- Paypal seems to decide some sites are "multilevel" plans or pyramids that violate their policies while others aren't. I don't like using other payment options either. It always annoys me when a site changes payout options like that, but it usually isn't their choice, it's because Paypal has changed the rules again-- then it becomes necessary for a site to either close or switch payment methods. Paypal is going to put themselves out of business if they keep doing this, but not for a long while, hopefully.
@ARIES1973 (9436)
• Legaspi, Philippines
14 Sep 12
I aslo agree with that marguicha. I don't have any problem with paypal. But with payza I had a problem from the start.
• Tucson, Arizona
15 Sep 12
Sometimes Paypal rules can be hard to figure out. I love Paypal and use them all the time, but being a U.S. citizen I had to provide my tax record information, and I faxed it to them 3 times-- and even then they wouldn't un-limit my account. I had to call them twice and mail the information finally. Other than that, I have no problem with them. But they do seem to pick and choose which sites they want to work with and which they don't even if the site policies don't change. It is a pain in the neck.
@ARIES1973 (9436)
• Legaspi, Philippines
14 Sep 12
Hi marguicha! Actually, I only have paypal as my payment processor because I cannot verify my account with payza as they do not accept visa and mastercard which is the only one I have. So I am also choosing sites who use paypal. As of now I cannot be able to venture more online because of the limited time that I have so I was not able to know that other sites transferred from one processor to the other. I just hope that paypal will always be the processor of some sites including myLot.
@marguicha (76191)
• Chile
14 Sep 12
I know, ARIES. I had the same problem with payza (and Alertpay before that). Mylot has been with paypal since the beginning: don´t worry. And there are many old sites that accept paypal. Still, I have trouble getting new referrals for those sites, so I have to risk working at new sites that start with paypal and then change their rules
• Singapore
14 Sep 12
Hi Aries and marguicha, I have a Payza account and I was able to link it to my VISA debit card. But I prefer PayPal more to use as my payment processor. Although they limited my account just recently because I used it to fund my online investment. They reactive my account after I followed their instructions. Since they did that I am now a bit cautious in using PayPal for payments for online transactions.
• United States
14 Sep 12
daddkabee it may be best to have payza , I am currently only using paypal but its not always good to have one account .
@911Ricki (13602)
• Canada
14 Sep 12
Ive been there when they suddenly change, I have some money in my Payza account right now. I dont know how to transfer it to my Paypal or banka ccount. I would assume they have the sme risks, but sometimes they just fail just like business in the world. Maybe, some of these companies have burned their bridges with these companies.
@marguicha (76191)
• Chile
14 Sep 12
I hope that the money I earn in Payza can be used in buying upgrades or referrals at sites that have both processors. I will not do all the work to withdraw money from payza. I don´t understand why they don´t do it as simple as verifying our account at paypal.
@911Ricki (13602)
• Canada
14 Sep 12
I actually started going around Payza last night, so many say you can't transfer the money to a bank account. You can but a fee, I think for Canada it was 0.50 cents. Now I know I will let the money add up then transfer it in bulk to make it worth the 0.50 cents.
@aeiou78 (3457)
• Malaysia
8 Oct 12
I did have the same experience as you before. When I signed up a site, it provided the Paypal to withdraw our earning. When I was about to cash out my money, the Paypal payment processor was disable or removed. This was happened to one of the sites as Matrixmails. When a site removed one of the available payment processors, it could be an unhealthy sign to it because it was mostly due to the financial problem. In my past experience, the relevant site would mostly die or not paying the members anymore after such symptom. In my advice, we must start to be careful in our investment once I have met a similar sign.
@primeaque86 (7968)
• Philippines
14 Sep 12
Good observation there my friend, why is it? Anyway, I hope the site I invested 30 dollars won't go scam, but I am sure not.