PTCbox Down! What about money?

@akp100 (13328)
India
September 29, 2012 8:56pm CST
Hello Friends I guess everyone should know about new news on PTCbox. Very very BAD news. Their paypal account is limited by paypal and instead of trying to reopen it they are saying that keep open dispute so that users can get their money... This is strange, I mean with more disputes opening their account back will be like almost impossible. So I guess now there is no future about this site.. Is it? Isn't this mean even legit sites are not safe this day?! And what about those money earned , as users can't withdraw those money from alertpay as they have disabled that one too. So I guess all ways are down now and no hopes for this site. Conclusion is even legit sites are not safe... Better be careful on investigation. What you think?
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@SinfulRose (3529)
• Davao, Philippines
30 Sep 12
I think most legit sites that go bankrupt or scam starts with the problems with thei payment processors. I know that the last issue of most of the HYIP paying programs going scam was due to the problems experienced by the different payment processors we have around like PayPal,AlertPay--now Payza with it's additional taxing site EgoPay--,Liberty Reserve and STP.
@akp100 (13328)
• India
30 Sep 12
I guess for some new sites this is becoming way of scamming the users.. So better be careful on investing any kind of sites.. I don't used to invest in any sites, and I am happy for my decision, as anyone can become risky anytime.
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• Davao, Philippines
30 Sep 12
I know. People don't like investing online because of its reputation of having many scammers. But one should know that investing to the point of putting one's own finances at jeopardy is more risky AND in not knowing the things that one should know.
@mohkanari (1957)
• India
30 Sep 12
I think it is last scene of a planned game, as they were attracting all possible fund of members and viewers in last few weeks. Admin was absent in forum and moderaters was establishing. But their adamant nature of saying try your way is surprising, keeping mum about Payza account and finding fault with Paypal. Actually Payza/alerpay purchases was not at all less in amount to Paypal purchases.
@akp100 (13328)
• India
30 Sep 12
Hi.. That's sound understandable as well.. I mean first they were giving time period to invest money and then go for this thing.. So surely sound suspicious.. But can't tell exactly .. Hope for the best who have invested big.