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Default Seems alertpay is nothing but a big scam

I had sold a item on a online fourms for $450 and got paid through alertpay and first off out of $450 i only got $427 after there fees so i then w/d the money which was on the 3rd of this month and it takes this slow a** Co. 5 bussiness days just to send it out to the bank which today was the 5th day so i log into my account and low and behold the bastrds decline the w/d and now the moneys back in my account so i said hell with them so i goto refund the buyer and guess what! I cant refund the buyer it says Tranaction can not be completed plz try again later. So now the money is stuck in the account and there asking me to supply them with some info that i supplyed them with already once last week.

This Co. is no where better then paypal and if your thinking of useing them do it for only small transactions.
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More of a p.i.t.a. than a scam, no?
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seems like a pretty useless service....
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I've read in a few other forums that Alertpay is on the 'outs'
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Seriously, AlertPay should just close up shop. They're wasting everyone's time with their pathetic excuses as a payment service.
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