Indeed, or else they can offer a small fees withdrawal then for sure a lot of members would prefer using this payment processor because there are many GPT program that still accepting Payza perhaps Payza has a good plan so hopefully as I still have some few dollars on my account.
well Payza is also good but they are taking very huge fee for transfering the funds to the bank account and more over it is really very difficult to verify our payza account from India well i am using it since many years but this days i stoped using it because most of the sites are paying through Liberty reserve now so what is the need of payza now .
I have a client that has AP and want PP. But I decline. right now I don't use ap or payza anymore. I just don't know how to trust ap. But after six months to one year if theirs no complain then I will going to use payza again. Problem is that one exchanger site removed AP in their list and payza does not accept hyip investments anymore. so I don't know what will happen to the funds if I receive a funds that come from a hyip site.
Well, I think payza can still be trusted, but there is just no use to us if we will going to use it, just like to me as I want to use it in some investment program, but because it is not for risky program anymore then we can't really do anything about, but to use some alternative.
Right now uwcfx a good broker site as stop using payza. I don't know if its just temporary or permanent but its another sign that payza is losing sites or payza is getting stricter. But I guess its depends on your point of view. But for me this is bad for payza. As a processor the more users the more they earn the more its become popular.
I wonder what direction Payza is heading from here because as a result of the recent changes that the site has been making, I am sure that they have lost a lot of loyal membership. There are even less reasons nowadays to make use of Payza because of their new rules.
That's for sure they have lost a lot of users for that decision. Well, we cannot say about because for deciding that way there must be something that can make the members stay with this payment processor, but there is no new announcement about something in here.
I am sure that they will be looking to get something that will make members stay with them somehow because it certainly wont be good for business. I still enjoy the fact that withdrawing to my local bank is hassle-free, convenient and quite cost effective for me but its getting harder now to get paid in Payza funds directly.
So, which means you are paying 15 dollars withdrawal fees in here? or you are just using exchanger because as I know we can save more by using exchanger by using the withdrawal feature in here. Well, I don't prefer to use Payza anymore.
I pay about $4 depending on the currency exchange rate so that is not that bad. I have heard of other continuously mentioning the $15 so maybe it may just be their fees for their country but I consider that to be quite high. I am still looking for alternatives though since things there are changes in Payza now.
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