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  1. August 16, 2012    

    May be worth it trying Alertpay/Payza out. Another window of opportunity one might say.

    Have a nice day 🙂

  2. August 15, 2012    

    Never tried alertpay, almost all of my transactions are by paypal. Might check them out!

  3. June 1, 2012    

    Hi Raman,

    First of all, i sympathize with you on your current predicament.

    May i from the outset state that i am not a staff/official of Payza, following your comment ==> “You folks talk so highly of yourself…” However, i do rate them quite highly.

    From my personal experience, also being an experienced Chartered Accountant and so in a banking-related field, i can tell you from experience that such an event as related by you often occurs due to inappropriate filling of the “bank wire form” at your banker’s. One needs to be extra careful in filling this form with the indicated details and crosscheck thoroughly thereafter to ensure there are no mistakes.

    To illustrate, sometime ago, i filled in the correct details in the form manually as is the practice of one of the. banks i have a domiciliary account with, but a number of mistakes was made by one of the bank’s staff while typing out my details for SWIFT transfer purposes. That was an error not even within my control.

    Your funds will be “hanging” somewhere since you are likely to have filled in an information near the actual details and really your bankers should give you a SWIFT copy of the transfer to enable you trace the funds. Your bankers should in fact assist in tracing the funds. They are in the best position to do so.

    Being realistic, you will acknowledge that AlertPay can only be called to account if the funds actually did come into their account. With their reputation, i tell you that they certainly will not deny receipt of any funds. I have never heard it happen.

    The starting point therefore should be collecting the SWIFT copy from your bankers, which will reveal the actual account the funds was sent to. If the details was incorrect and it has not been posted to any customer’s account, it will be in either the correspondent or beneficiary bank’s suspense account.

    With the sophistication in the banking system worldwide now, the funds cannot get lost. It certainly can be traced.

    Only if you collect the SWIFT copy and then find that the details have been sent correctly as given to you by AlertPay, should you proceed to AlertPay customer care and with the SWIFT copy uploaded to AlertPay. Then, your accusation will not be treated as frivolous.

  4. Raman Autar Raman Autar
    May 30, 2012    

    I am most disappointed with Payza. You folks talk so highly of yourself and after I joined last week and wired $11k (US) into my account to make a trasaction in Canada my money seems to have disappeared into a black hole. My bank in Australia confirms that it has been received by Payza, however, numerous tickets raised with Payza has resulted in no positive response. Only Automated relies. I feel Payza is a gonna.

  5. May 26, 2012    

    @Salin,

    Hi Salin,

    Limited in what way? You need to be more explicit.

    That there is an alternative to Paypal, at any rate, engenders competition and AlertPay/Payza actually brings international payment processing to the reach of many, marginalized by Paypal.

    Thanks for your comment 🙂

  6. May 26, 2012    

    alterpay is a good alternative to paypal, but it remains very limited from my opinion!

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