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Getting Paid Has Become a Nightmare
Over the last few weeks or so it has become a nightmare to get paid through the major payment processors on the internet. First off and I am not quite sure what the problem was with AlertPay but there were unable to process credit card transactions.
After a while, AlertPay was then bought by or the name was just changed to Payza. Everything seemed to start getting back on track. About the middle of July 2012 (the 20th), Payza announced they would no longer be working with or associated with any program considered an HYIP or an MLM company.
Basically, what this means is that Payza is going to have a more strict process before they agree to work with and act as a payment processor for any program that does not actually have a sound product or proper licensing, etc. Per the IsMagic Forum’s, Peggy Cannon, “MLM programs will always go through their approval process. If the program does sell a product or service, if the program is sustainable, and does not promise more commissions out than taken in by the sale of the products or service, then they will be approved, they are legal, and they will continue to allow these programs to use Pazya.”
So what do you do if you are in a program that Payza decides is “not suitable” for their services and your cash flow has stopped?
After doing very well in some of the HYIP programs which a lot of people consider pyramid schemes; that is another subject all together; I believe IF you do your research and are well aware of what you are getting in to and you invest responsibly, then it’s up to you what you do with your funds.
After having a dramatic drop in my online income and cash flow because of the payment processor problems and/or problems with the programs I am involved in because of the processors, I have had to “rethink” my marketing strategies and start looking at other avenues of making cash.
In the past I have been a part of some cash gifting programs that ran for quite a while but then seemed to stall after a while. I started considering cash gifting as a way to create cash flow again. The program that came highly recommended to me and has been on line since 2009 was 2010 Blessings cash gifting program.
Cash gifting programs, including 2010 Blessings have been labeled “scams, rip-off’s,” etc. and at one time in its early stages 2010 Blessings was taken down after scam and fraud activity was detected. Since that was cleared up and the offenders were removed, the program was revised, added security, automation and it has been going strong, thriving and growing.
In my opinion, any cash gifting program is only as good as the members decide to make it. You go in with the intent of getting instead of giving, then you are “jinxing” yourself right from the beginning.
I will report again in a few weeks how I am doing with 2010 Blessings. I just signed up to be a member last week, so there has not been enough time to make a full review yet. Usually I wait until after I have something to show you before I even make a post but this is how sure I am of this program and anxious to let you all know about it.
Check back to see a more detailed report or you may want to sign up to my RSS feed to be notified when I update my blog. You can also contact me on Skype (Skype ID: monna.ellithorpe) if you have any questions about 2010 Blessings.
Have a great week,