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With Payza, you can :
- buy or sell online,
- send and receive funds in form of 21 currencies in the world,
- buy, sell and transfer Bitcoins ,
- convert a currency to an other as well as bitcoin,
- have multiple currencies in your account,
- transfer money on your bank account (SEPA)
Personnel or business account.
Important Note :-
- You can do transaction (send and receive money) upto 500 dollars immediately after completing registration.
- If you want to do more transaction then you must required to verify your account by uploading your ID Document.
- You can't do transaction in Bitcoin without verifying your account.
|Average variable cost per transaction||0%|
|Average fixed cost per transaction||0 €|
|Monitored since||3591 days|
|Accepted countries||Belgium, France, Switzerland|
A pity he was very fond of Payza's services, but how they say all that is good ends.
| Edit. : 22/03/2018 20:31:45
One of the founders of the firm, Ferhan Patel, has been arrested, while his brother, co-founder Firoz Patel, remains at large. On Tuesday, the Department of Justice unveiled the charges and accused the Patels and Pazya of facilitating as much as $250 million in money laundering on behalf of Ponzi schemes and child pornography sites, among other enterprises.
The court filing lists several charges: conspiracy to operate an unlicensed money transmitting business, conspiracy to launder money, and operating an unlicensed money transmitting business in the District of Columbia.
While the government's statements and accompanying indictment make no mention of cryptocurrencies, the firm has been operating in the space for some time, offering buys and sells of bitcoin since 2014. The company expanded to other cryptocurrencies last year, when it said in a press release that it would offer exchange services for XRP and ethereum, among others, and more recently announced that it was integrating dash.
Per the U.S. government's court filing, which was released Tuesday but is dated November 3, 2016, the Patels "operated a money transmitting business that operated without the necessary state licenses and knowingly transmitted funds that were derived from illegal activity."
"Defendants...knew that many of co-conspirator Payza's customers transmitted criminally derived proceeds via co-conspirator Payza. The transmission of these funds promoted the continuation and operation of these underlying criminal schemes," the filing states. All told, Payza allegedly transmitted more than $250 million over the course of six years.
The filings also make mention of two other firms, AlertPay and EgoPay, which the Patels were said to have owned and managed. EgoPay froze customer funds in early 2015, later claiming that it had been the target of a hack. The service closed down that year, as noted in the Department of Justice's document.
Court documents indicate that Ferhan Patel was arrested in Michigan and will be transported to Washington D.C. A message sent to Firoz Patel by way of his personal website was not returned by press time.
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Support is terrible, they hardly speak English.
Rates are terrible.
I do not trust them.
Reccomend - PayPal & Perfect Money.
Perfect Money is world wide accepted, does not have law suits.
They are very responsive, you dont have a charge when you transfer from
Perfect Money to Perfect Money. Payza on the other hand is terrible. | Edit. : 07/04/2017 13:00:28
Reason : User comments are mixed