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Date Added: 1/28/2011     Reviewer: stacyperez
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Company Name: VirtaPay
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VirtaPay Description

VirtaPay is a new online payment processor due to launch sometime in 2011. VirtaPay was formerly known as Paybox. It is going to be an online currency and payment processor to make buying and selling easier, safer and secure for everyone.

They are in pre-launch right now. The website is not fully functional yet. It doesn't cost anything to join, and you can join now.

VirtaPay Detailed Overview

VirtaPay is an online payment processor where people will be able to send money to others and use it to purchase items within the VirtaPay website. You cannot withdraw the money for your own use. Maybe once the website takes off, they will make withdrawing the money available. I personally do not think people are going to use it as a payment processor if they cannot have access to their money.

VirtaPay will be a competitor of the world's largest payment processor which is owned by the biggest online auction website. Companies who have come up with a similar concept usually fail eventually.

By joining, it costs nothing. When you join, you will receive $25 VirtaPay money in your account. You can refer people and make $10 for every referral who joins with your affiliate link.

Once you join, they encourage you to remain active and participate in reading their blog, participating in surveys and doing other tasks.

If you are inactive for a short period of time, the VirtaPay money will stop being deposited into your account. If you remain inactive for a long period of time, you may be at risk of your account being canceled.

Personally, I am hesitant about using VirtaPay as my own personal payment processor as I won't be able to withdraw the funds. Also, because the company's information is not public, it makes me hesitant about giving any of my personal information to them.

There is no risk as of right now as there is no investment. It might be a risk if you use them as a payment processor and do not get access to your money.

It is a website we can watch and see how it unfolds.

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VirtaPay Reputation

Because the business is new, there is no record with the Better Business Bureau as of right now.

I am skeptical in trusting the company/website as of right now because of not being able to use the money in my own account.

Companies usually have their contact information on their website. There is nothing stating how to contact the company. It doesn't say where they are located and who owns them.

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VIRTAPAY IS REAL, LIVE AND WELL. It is not a scam

VirtaPay is an integrity website created by an integrity organization. This organization consists of internet marketing multimillionaires.

These people are ready to change the world with their new invention of reliable and outstanding online payment processor.

I am a member, one of Virtapay users, have been registered with Virtapay since December 2010 when they were bearing Paybox. me.

Guys, I have to tell you this, the way to know true and integrity people is when they speak and stand by their word.

I must tell you, Virtapay is REAL, LIVE and WELL because since I have been a member, they’ve been doing what they said they will do. So, don’t doubt about Virtapay.

The reason they are paying out money to their users is that they have love for their users at heart instead of giving their money to the media for advertisement they decided to share it with their users so that they could share their link to other people.

I want you to understand that there is nothing free in this world. So, Virtapay is requesting for just a token of $17 USD to be registered fully as a premium member/ad sharing so that you can have access to your Virtapay money for a lifetime.

Please, let’s support Virtapay to reach it's targeted 100,000 users Ad sharing/premium member so that they can fully launch the site and have access to our Virtapay money.

I think you can check Virtapay contact address by clicking on contact on the website.
 
 


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avatar   by ISAIAHT on October 19, 2012 at 7:28 AM CST

 
 
 
VirtaPay is the biggest scam I've ever seen

I joined it about a year ago and have been watching it regularly. This is a biggest scam I have ever seen. They give you VP$ which is worthless in real life. My account is credited VP$1500. But, there is no use except their own digital shop which is further loaded with hundreds of scams.

Currently, they have started Ad Sharing plan-their real business stuff. For that you need to buy some product in Clickbank which are marketed by Virtapay. And you need to pay real money to buy product in Clickbank not VP$. Hope you understood their trick. They get commission from the product you buy and market later in VirtaPay. It's for that commission this whole drama of payment processing system is going on.
 
 


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avatar   by maheshpathak135 on June 12, 2012 at 3:13 PM CST

 
 
 
Virtapay master plan

I already signed since December 2011 and I already have more than $3000 VP. They start with master plan and they hope that will launch official like in September or October 2012. Will start with debit card but only just for premium members who have activated ad sharing. Just for signing up they give you $100 and for every referral another $25. They pay you every day when you are an active member. If you are not active your earnings stop growing. I think that virtapay will open the door very soon. Worth the wait.
 
 


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avatar   by iirvin on May 30, 2012 at 10:06 AM CST

 
 
 
TERMINATION-Virtapay

I already signed up yesterday. I was offered $100 and I don’t want to use it. After singing in, I searched it on the google and it says that it’s a scam, so I decided not to log in starting now. I read from virtapay that if you did not log in frequently, they will automatically terminate your account, I just want to know if they are going to terminate also my account in facebook?
 
 


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avatar   by zepolangel on April 12, 2012 at 5:51 PM CST

 
 
 
Be Aware of this Kind of Website

I don't know why I join this website, maybe for the reason that I just needed payment options. I started to buy the Ebooks and such things because I noticed my money in VirtaPay is increasing, but one time I decided to have a cash out and transfer it in my PayPal account. They send me a memo that the request will not be processed for a week. Until the day come that there is another message from the administrator that my money in VirtaPay was having a problem due to some reason.

What kind of Site is it?

They are trying to make people a fool.

I hope someday Fraudulent activities in the world of Internet would vanish.

Do not try to enter at this site, you're just wasting your time.
 
 


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avatar   by ambedong on March 31, 2012 at 1:05 PM CST

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Beware! VirtaPay is a Scam!

VirtaPay started out as a service called PayBox but had to change name due to the name PayBox already belonging to another company. The service, and the scam, however is the same. VirtaPay promises the user a whopping $20 a day for logging in each day. It's supposed to become a competitor to payment processor PayPal, but I know it's just a scam from my almost one year of experience with this service. The money WILL never be paid out and if it does it will have almost no real value. The owner of this site profits from hundreds of men and women logging in to his site and clicking his ads every day. And let's be serious: a real competitor to PayPal would not host Adsense Ads, promote ClickBank products and would not be able to pay a thousand dollars to all their users (over 1000 as they say themselves).
 
 


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avatar   by visualbasicje on January 30, 2012 at 7:10 AM CST

 
 
 
Virtapay real or not?

I used virtapay and found it giving so much without any work but then I came to know about it's reality.

It was just a fake as I concluded. They give you money which you can't use or spend neither you can exchange it with other forms of currency. If you want real dollars then you'll have to do some labor. There are many sites which offer your real dollars not a fake . It will be a slow process but obviously it'll be real money you'll get.

Try the following link to this online payment processor
 
 


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avatar   by akshay1004007 on January 23, 2012 at 7:06 AM CST

 
 
 
VirtaPay a legit money making website

I join VirtaPay since 2011. My balance was $700 up to two months and after I solved the system of VirtaPay my balance is over $1000 now. As well as my PayPal and AlertPay account balances are over $100. And in my AdSense account is a balance of $300. Two weeks ago I activated the Ad Sharing system and make extra money with ClickBank. All this is made in the last two months.

Don't forget to make money on VirtaPay you must sell digital items.

Thank you VirtaPay and all friends.
 
 


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avatar   by gelecek on October 17, 2011 at 7:53 PM CST

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Buy now for $5 - $1.500 VP

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Paybox = Virtapay

I mean seriously people seem to get more stupid than before. Someone once said, "You can fool some of the people some of the time but not all of the people all of the time. " Paybox has realized this and decided to focus on those some and just rebrand the same scam and people flock to it. Vinefire might as well reopen as Vinewater.
 
 


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avatar   by nysilly on October 1, 2011 at 1:04 PM CST

Get Paid to Advertise

 
 
 
Virtapay is a fraud

Yes. I agree of that. I join Virtapay since 2010.

I earn a lot of Virtapay currency without referring anyone.

I know that Virtapay tricked users. They give free VP dollars to fascinate everyone. Last year I searched how to hack Virtapay. And was able to hack VP currency when it was paybox. me. But now they fixed it. The total VP currency I hacked is 3 million plus and I can't use that to buy a good and useful product. Then I think of an idea how to spend that VP dollar. Then I post a sales page on VP. If someone joins my sites I'll give them $500 VP. Then almost 500 join under my site. I posted an offer then I gave them almost 150K VP per month. Then I stopped giving VP currency. I gave half of my VP currency to my members. I know that money can't help them. I still have 1M plus left. For me the Site is nothing but a fraud then they deserved to be hacked..
 
 


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avatar   by kaikai0153 on September 20, 2011 at 8:48 PM CST

 
 
 
They Are Frauds! They Want Just Your Real Money, ForVirtual Money

Yes They Are Liars.

Be Careful People.

Virtapay Is Cheating.

They Want That We Pay Real Money For Affiliate Program Guide E-Book.

But We Can Not Use VirtaPay Balance For This Affilate Guide E-Book.

They Are Big Company, But They Cannot Give Their Own Guide For Learning :))

We Must Pay real Money, Not Virta Monay.

They Told Us, That Who Does Not Buy This E-Book For Real Money, They Can Not Use VirtaPay New Service :))

People Open Your Eyes, That Is Fraud, They Are Liars.

They Do Not Have Any Contact Info anywhere, Maybe Users Have Questions, Or Account Problem.

Do Not Believe Them. They Make Around Them Serious Face, But they Are Frauds And Liars.

If You Do Not Believe Me, Give Your Real Money Them, For VirtaPay BlaBla Money :))
 
 


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avatar   by giga2007 on September 4, 2011 at 9:28 PM CST

 
 
 
Not too risky

Hello, I am a member of virtapay I was referred by my fellow blogger for the past two months now. And I have a feeling it will be successful even though some people have doubt. I have not regretted joining it. I have even bought an ebook with my account balance, to me there is no risk involved.
 
 


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avatar   by Yakhti on August 12, 2011 at 10:18 PM CST

 
 
 
Just Stay away

I've been on Virtapay and have accumulated over 1500 Virtapay dollars. The first phase has launched and people are buying up the Virtapay dollars offering Paypal payments.

So far I've made 6 transactions with people willing to give me Paypal dollars for Virtapay dollars. There is literally no email address on the site, and what's worse is they now have taken off the ability to comment on their blogs.

What's very interesting is that when I did a search for virtapay, one site found their ISP and said the server was based in Seattle but the ISP was owned by none other than Amazon.com! It's about five months that I've joined paybox. After some months they've changed their name to virtapay. Every day they're adding $40 to my virtual account balance as an early bird member bonus. I've one referral and my balance is $2879.46 now. The question is why would anyone pay you money by doing nothing? Now I'm worrying how will they pay their debt to their members.

Of course paybox. me is a scam... now just recently changed to virtapay.com, you can smell it a mile away... I joined six months ago and went through the motions of designing credit cards and putting a good five minutes of my time per day in, trying not to click on their adsense ads that were scattered all over the place.

My account was growing by $30 per day with a few referred customers I brought in. A month went by and all of the sudden their adsense ads vanished, they said they were cleaning their website up, but more likely got shot in the foot by Google. Ha ha... who are these guys kidding... They lost their Google Asense account, now they are looking for another earner for them to scam you on.
 
 


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avatar   by dik8485 on August 12, 2011 at 10:15 PM CST

 
 
 
Not promising

Virtapay is a new site that supposedly wanted to compete with paypal.

They are similar like paypal. I have joined virtapay, at this time my balance at virtapay is $780. At first when I joined virtapay they were so very interesting, because many people want to earn money in an easy way. But I think they are not so promising, because the program is still under construction and not yet launched.

So I think is too good to be true.
 
 


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avatar   by bungaspsi on August 10, 2011 at 7:57 PM CST

 
 
 
Virtapay Money Strategy and more Time

Well this might not be real for the mean time but I do have a strategy so you can gain money and have time on your hands. All you have to do is to login everyday and wait until they give you your free member bonus. Then just bookmark the page and exit the page onto another website. Come back at in at least 5 hours because they usually give you more.
 
 


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avatar   by Veilsideboy on August 10, 2011 at 7:47 PM CST

 
 
 
All those months with VirtaPay and my balance was cleared out

After joining VirtaPay during their first phase I had been earning money - or I had been seeing my balance go up - but since integrating with Facebook they have wiped out the balance.

There isn't a way to message them. No support information still? And the only way to log in is through Facebook because they want to bring all my friends on board? How can I "like" a company that I can't even trust myself? I am extremely disappointed.
 
 


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avatar   by surveyrockstar on July 13, 2011 at 3:22 PM CST

 
 
 
How to active your virtapay that integrated with facebook

1. open Facebook with your account

2. Hhome menu Look for Active your sms mobile phone menu link

Reg your number phone for sms facebook

And

write your country

3. Input your number phone remember while your input number phone without “0” ex. If your number phone 0853xxxxxxx, you must write 8553xxxxxx

4. After registry in face book

Display pop up menu to request your code confirmation then fill your confirmation code



5. To get confirmation code, please your phone

Find sms menu in your handphone then write reg fb send to 32665 press OK

6. After sending you will message “information code”

Back to confirmation menu in facebook must fill your code then click Ok

Finish

7. Don’t close your facebook and back to vitapay your click facebook login

It appear virtapay ask you

Login new account (if one don’t have account and registry new account)

2. existing account (for someone have account ) don’t worry with your balance, virtapay does not delete your balance but so crazy.. because virtapay add $100 your balance.

GOOD LUCK
 
 


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avatar   by yuhendo on July 9, 2011 at 10:29 PM CST

 
 
 
VirtaPay Integrates with Facebook

I have accumulated over $4800 in VirtaPay. Since integration with Facebook 2 days ago I have NOT been able to retrieve my VirtaPay balance. Unable to login through my Facebook account like they request because it says my Facebook has not been validated. VirtaPay shows only one link to validate account and that is through your cellphone number only! No other link to be able to do it online. Appears to me that they are collecting cell numbers as well as e-mail addy's. I have been able to purchase a few digital items prior to the Facebook integration but now looks to me like the party is over! I am sending a report ap to Facebook because the Virtapay developers are shown as Brian Tolman along with a picture of same. The picture on the VirtPay Facebook page is actually a picture of Brian from Family Guy, you know the wise cracking DOG of the Griffin family. Not something you would expect from a "professional" company interested in competing with the likes of Paypal or Alertpay. My grade of this is based on the fact I was able to purchase a few items. I reserve the right to re-grade to F in the future if not able to login to the integrated Virtpay/Facebook application in the next day or two.
 
 


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avatar   by hammer57 on July 7, 2011 at 4:19 PM CST

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About buy product options

I received products from the virtapay. It is simply awesome. But this site should be developed more. I want to buy more products.

This site has no withdrawal account i. e. , moneybookers, alertpay, paypal, check etc. there are few products which needs to be increased.

This gives more dollars which is useful for buying products easily. As a new user I like it quickly than any other websites.
 
 


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avatar   by suhageee07 on July 4, 2011 at 8:48 PM CST

 
 
 
VirtaPay so far so good

I have been a member of VirtaPay back when it was PayBox.me. Was really skeptical in the very beginning due to all my past experiences with making money online. Decided to give them a shot due to the fact that I wasn't paying them, they are paying me. My wife has bought a few PDF how to's and is very happy so far. As for myself, I haven't found anything I want to buy just yet. The products are getting better and I'm going to post an ad myself this weekend. I'll let you all know how it goes from a seller's standpoint soon.
 
 


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avatar   by Johnny2 on June 25, 2011 at 3:34 PM CST

 
 
 
Just joined VirtaPay

I was excited when I first joined VirtaPay but at the same time was little worried. I don't care for the products they advertise that we're allowed to buy. The products seem like all junk and when you click to make believe you're going to buy, I don't like what those other websites you're led to look like. I don't feel secure purchasing on any of them. Hopefully, VirtaPay gets better.
 
 


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avatar   by josym on June 12, 2011 at 7:14 PM CST

 
 
 
My virtapay review

VIRTAPAY is an online service that is in pre-launch mode but it's available to the public for testing. They offer 25 dollars on sign up and 25 dollars more on a daily basis. This money is to be used to buy goods that are being put up for sale by various sellers. The duty of the buyers is to grade the products or flag them if they are poor or in contradiction to the prohibited list of items. The site aims at offering good services from the feedback from the buyers. They constantly demand buyers to grade the new products so as to know which items are best suited for the public before they launch their services officially.

Items on the site are first put on the 'stater items' list and later moved onto the 'established items' list, through the buyers gradings..

In a nutshell, the site is good because you don't have to pay any money to try the service. The owners are keen on what the sellers and especially what they buyers say and upgrade their website accordingly. Also, they have already put in place some mechanisms to avoid scams and prohibit some items that are contradictory to future members.

On the other hand, the problem I could find here is that there is no refund policy on any item bought. So you have to be careful on what you buy. The site only deals with virtual products... sorry.. no physical products here.
 
 


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avatar   by nkwentibn on June 8, 2011 at 10:43 AM CST

 
 
 
A+ For Ingenuity

How can you be scammed when you haven't paid anything? Facebook is the site to watch for privacy issues you paybox haters haven't even figured out yet. Same with Google and that new Hello button or whatever it is.

Walking in scared with your eyes wide shut wherever you go - your one GUARANTEE - you can't live until you stop being afraid of death. Above all, make everything you do fun, and you won't waste any time. Paybox is a real payment processor in the UK I think which is why they had to change the name - trademark infringement.

I know they will never replace Paypal and why should you care? It's a great opportunity for newbies to actually make some money they can spend on more stuff that probably won't make any money and come out ahead.

Plus you can build your list with giveaways - you give stuff away all the time, don't you? This is brand new traffic you have no way of getting any other way you knuckleheads. Wake up and smell the skid marks!
 
 


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avatar   by thriftgirl62 on June 6, 2011 at 9:15 PM CST

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How Easy It Is To Buy Through Virtapay's Account!

Two days ago I have discovered that I can just buy things with my Virtapay account. I'm happy to use it every day without worry about money because I have all I need in this way. Thanks to the Founder of this new processing company for making this great vision real for real people worldwide.
 
 


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avatar   by peroac on June 3, 2011 at 6:04 PM CST

 
 
 
VirtaPay Scam

"This account has been terminated for violating our Terms of Service.

Reasons may include: Posting prohibited items; abusing server resources; etc. "

I never posted any item and my only activities on this site was to log in every day, check the blog for news and I only bought 1 item - how can I violate TOS doing this ? It's obviously some random closing account, since everyone receives free money in their balance every day. I had more than $200 before suspension.
 
 


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avatar   by zephirus on June 3, 2011 at 6:02 PM CST

 
 
 
Virtapay is a scam

Definitely a scam. I have seen many of these kind of websites come and go. They are data collectors. They collect emails and then sell this list for good money. So you are basically giving your email for free to scammers. As for the website layout, every newbie can make this kind of website and put it online. There is no contact info, no address, no telephone number-nothing. The money they give you is virtual, it's not real money and you will not get a single penny from them.
 
 


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avatar 3,000 Credits - Internet Marketing Expert   by cubicus on May 31, 2011 at 4:11 PM CST

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Virtapay allows you to accumulate money for free

I became a member of vitapay when it first started as payboxme.com. Now that it is changed to virtapay I don't know what to expect next. I have over $3000 in my account but cannot use it unless I buy digital products online. I am hoping that eventually they will let you withdraw cash from it. It is free to join and the more you work the site, the more money you can achieve.
 
 


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avatar   by bever1007 on May 30, 2011 at 7:53 PM CST

 
 
 
Exchange VirtaPay to Paypal

Virtapay is certainly not a scam but it uses digital currency. Now how is this different from paypal. It's simple, we cannot withdraw money from virtapay but we can use it to buy digital products. If you are a member, then just go to the buy section and you'd find lots of sales created buy the members. Some members are even selling Laptops and HD TVs for $999 virtapay. Amazing isn't it? So you just need to log into you account for one whole month for the $20 bonus and you'd have enough digital currency to buy those. There are members Exchanging Currencies, now this is quite impressive. $200 virtapay to $20 paypal. So you can actually make real money. Well I'm a member too and selling tips for how to make $4,200 with just a few clicks with no investment.
 
 


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avatar   by rishidev on May 28, 2011 at 12:35 PM CST

 
 
 
Digital payment processor

This site rocks, been a member for a week. receive a lot of referral bonus in just 5 days. Current account is about $200.

Good to purchase digital items...

Beware on the material items, cause they just eat your account...

Try this site and enjoy the signup bonus and referral bonus.

Get $25 to start, Earn up to $20 day, Earn $10 per referral.
 
 


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avatar   by alfredoluzon on May 27, 2011 at 4:23 PM CST

 
 
 
I don't think this is a scam, but yet to see what it will achieve

Whilst I agree with some comments that I really don't see the point to virtapay at the moment, I would like to see how it progresses before I make my mind up.

I don't really see how it is a scam as apart from the recommended products to 'train' they have never asked for any money. I must admit I didn't like the so called training products, but I still don't think that can class it as a scam.

To me a scam site is one that takes your money and then disappears with it. So far there has been nothing like that with Virtapay, I have not paid them any money and therefore I have nothing to lose by being part of this site.

Therefore I will keep an open mind at the moment.
 
 


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avatar 2,000 Credits - Top Contributor   by Carolh1 on May 23, 2011 at 8:36 PM CST

 
 
 
Upto now is not bad

I've been using virtapay for about 4-5 months and have some decent virtapay balance.

It has launched it's digital delivery project and there are a lot of things on sale by users. Most of the items listed are worthless. But why to worry, we can buy those items by the balance provided by virtapay. It's improving it's project by removing scams like exchanging virtapay balance with paypal balance and many others.

And yes it really freaks me out as we can't contact them for anything.

It only costs time, not money! It's up to the users whether to wait or not to see it's future.
 
 


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avatar   by rabin746 on May 20, 2011 at 10:27 AM CST

 
 
 
So far there is no communication

I've been on Virtapay and have accumulated over 1500 Virtapay dollars. The first phase has launched and people are buying up the Virtapay dollars offering Paypal payments.

So far I've made 6 transactions with people willing to give me Paypal dollars for Virtapay dollars. It's been a day and a half and no one has paid me yet.

What's worse is that there is no way to contact Virtapay. There is literally no email address on the site, and what's worse is they now have taken off the ability to comment on their blogs.

What's very interesting is that when I did a search for virtapay, one site found their ISP and said the server was based in Seattle but the ISP was owned by none other than Amazon.com! I don't know if it's true but 2 sites have said that is one of their owned ISP addresses.

So far it's really not that scary because I didn't put any money into it, but it is kind of a pain to deal with something like this by recruiting people and thinking you may have done them wrong. I will check back in a few days to update. Thanks
 
 


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avatar   by ice4444 on May 18, 2011 at 11:37 AM CST

 
 
 
VirtaPay will work

It is a new payment machine. Let us wait and see when it is launched. I hope it will work. It must take time to launch. Think about millions of people who will be using this service worldwide. Let us pray for this blessed world service to start as soon as possible. We urge many to join.
 
 


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avatar   by ebenmalyi on May 14, 2011 at 8:14 PM CST

 
 
 
Virtapay !

EITHER it's SCAM OR FOR REAL .. MAYBE WE SHOULD BE PATIENCE ENOUGH TO SAY THAT it's ABOUT TO OPEN SOON , SINCE THEY ARE TRYING TO UPDATE US.. ITS NOT EFFORT SAVING MONEY.. SO WHATS UP WITH THAT .. DONT BE A HATER, BUT BE PATIENT, WAIT AND STOP BEING A GOLDDIGGER!

GOODLUCK TO ALL OF US.. AS LONG AS it's NOT VIRUSING OUR PC'S it's FINE RIGHT.. ??
 
 


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avatar   by julrich on May 10, 2011 at 7:15 PM CST

 
 
 
The Joke's on You

Well, today is Monday May 2,2011. They promised to deliver a digital goods marketplace... HA! I'm not surprised it's not here. All they have done from the very start is make excuses for why things don't work or are not launched on time. I'm sure they will have a million excuses today, as well. They are many months late from the date they promised which was set for March. At this rate, it will take them until Christmas, and maybe not even by then. Also, there is no guarantee that this project will succeed... It will probably fail when people find out the money has ZERO market value.
 
 


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avatar   by asha on May 2, 2011 at 5:15 PM CST

 
 
 
Virtapay is real!

I have been and I'm still a dedicated member of virtapay.com ever since last year October ending, and I've followed their blog all through till today. And I think I'm in the right position to perform my duty as a member and guide you all into not believing that it's one of the biggest existing scams(so says my friends).

1: Virtapay has given us a free sign up process, not demanding for any implicating data except your username and password, and you thereby have nothing to lose so drop the excuse of, "virtapay is a scam, they'll rob me blind", and try it out.

2: Some people say that the inability to purchase with their balance is the reason it's a scam. Now let me explain, virtapay has been improving on their services right from the time they opened halfway. They hoped that they will fully launch April 2011, but due to technical difficulties, have faced some delays. But right now, they are working on a Digital delivery project which will enable users to buy only digital goods. This is estimated to be launched any moment from now. At least this should calm your minds and test their services before they begin to deal with tangible goods. As for me, I currently have $4,000 (virtapay dollars), and I hope when converted to USD, I'll have enough cash to get a playstation 3.

Conclusion: please I urge on you all not to give up and remain a valued virtapay customer for the main fact that, "YOU HAVE NOTHING TO LOSE".
 
 


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avatar   by Olive644 on April 27, 2011 at 8:32 PM CST

 
 
 
Patience will pay off

My experience with Virtapay has been a positive one. They have followed through with everything they have said they would do. I did a reverse IP check on them and found that Amazon is backing them, so I doubt it is a scam. If Virta pay fails then all we have lost is a little time. I am confident that Virtapay will launch sometime this summer and we will enjoy the fruits of our worries and labor.
 
 


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avatar   by racerider on April 20, 2011 at 7:42 PM CST

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We Are Just Waiting

I have joined Paybox. me / Virtapay since a few months ago, now I've Account Balance above $ 2,200 .. But like all the other programs I've attended, we can only wait and see if it Scam or not, I do not want to make judgments before me prove it's truth. But one big question in my mind ... How do they do it?
 
 


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avatar   by romeo92 on April 14, 2011 at 8:23 PM CST

 
 
 
VirtaPay scam?

Well, joined a couple of moths ago. I don't feel as if I'm scammed considering the company does not have my ss#, or my bank#, or any financial info on me. My account to date grew to be $1,800. I feel once this is launched, Christmas shopping is done. Until then I'll wait. I don't feel as if I wasted anything.
 
 


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avatar   by mightymite on April 7, 2011 at 8:54 PM CST

 
 
 
Another new way to scam pelople!

It's about five months that I've joined paybox. After some months they've changed their name to virtapay. Every day they're adding $40 to my virtual account balance as an early bird member bonus. My balance is increasing every day while I'm doing nothing. I've one referral and my balance is $2879.46 now. The question is why would anyone pay you money by doing nothing?

It is clear that they are joking you. They're scamming you. This is a new scam system, I think. Now I'm worrying how will they pay their debt to their members... lolz!
 
 


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avatar   by AHADBD on April 3, 2011 at 10:18 PM CST

 
 
 
Of Course Paybox. me is a Scam

Of course paybox. me is a scam... now just recently changed to virtapay.com, you can smell it a mile away... I joined six months ago and went through the motions of designing credit cards and putting a good five minutes of my time per day in, trying not to click on their adsense ads that were scattered all over the place.

My account was growing by $30 per day with a few referred customers I brought in. A month went by and all of the sudden their adsense ads vanished, they said they were cleaning their website up, but more likely got shot in the foot by Google.

They suddenly decided to offer training for their affiliate program, I thought “this sounds interesting, ” until I looked at the training they wanted you to purchase through clickbank, with your own money, even though you had a thousand dollars in your account.

Ha ha... who are these guys kidding... They lost their Google Asense account, now they are looking for another earner for them to scam you on. he he... I deleted my ads for them straight away, there is no way I would be sending them anymore customers and my apologies to those I already sent.

Anyway they decided to change their dollar currency to a virtual one, with no reference to any currency, so you haven’t a clue what you are holding in there, it could be pink little buttons or a big bag of Smarties or even Jelly Babies.

All you have to do is look at paybox.com to see where they ripped the idea off, these have been going since 2002. Now they have decided to rip off the other payment system, virtu-pay.com ha ha...

My advice to any member of this program is: log in to your account every other day, this will keep it open and give you $40 in virtual what ever it is... click on the blog and then exit out of there.

Don’t spend your valuable time until you know for definite what they are up to... more than likely... to rip you off.
 
 


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avatar   by details on April 2, 2011 at 6:28 PM CST

Strategy You Should Follow to Build Wealth.

 
 
 
Something for Nothing - absolutely NOTHING

Virta pay is launching their next phase, Digital Delivery. Problem is... they want their users to supply their goods FOR FREE... to supposedly test this system. I personally will NOT - NOR NEVER give my hard work away to scammers.

I have an ebook but there is NO WAY on God's green Earth am I going to give it away for this cause...

I hope people will not be naive enough to fall for this load of @#&*.

C'mon, think about it, test our system with your wares, , DUH, don't get ripped off. Virta pay - VIRTUAL CURRENCY.. Yeah try spending it on REAL STUFF... at a REAL STORE...
 
 


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avatar   by SallyMae on April 1, 2011 at 7:40 PM CST

 
 
 
Paybox already changed names

I joined paybox. me, now virta pay when they first started. I was excited because I thought it was like other payment processors and was paying you because they were getting started. I then later learned that you cannot withdraw the money for yourself and now they have even changed names. I assume they changed names because they had not been clear with the terms and wanted a fresh start. I doubt that I ever get to redeem my funds especially since they are well over $2000 at this point. There is just no site out there that can afford to give all it's members free money like that. Very disappointed in the site.
 
 


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avatar   by wrknomore on March 30, 2011 at 10:30 AM CST

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http://www.mynsp.com/esuite/home/herbalhealth/products

 
 
 
Be Your Own Judge

I joined paybox. me(virtapay) and found it interesting not because of the increase in virtapay dollar daily but because it's worth the fun. Spending 10mins of your time daily won't spoil your day rather it keeps you informed about quality and what's up for you. You are best on what you know.
 
 


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avatar   by ogville on March 28, 2011 at 8:22 PM CST

 
 
 
Virtapay 2010-11 Best Scam Award

I signed up for Paybox(now Virtapay) all the way back in August. It smelled like a scam, however some of the statements made by paybox/virtapay were very believable- seemingly a grassroots online payment processor built by the people for the people- as they has surveys which asked your shopping records also required you to participate otherwise your account would be closed and the Fake Money would be surrendered. As the questionnaires were very easy, and I filled them out as required and have done every required product, in doing so on a daily or at times every other day I would earn $20 daily, and every week I would see my account balance grow. However one nagging question was in the back of my mind, when my balance was over $3,000 I wondered 'How Are They' going to payout so much money when they finally "opened the box" or opened the door as a full fledged online payment processor, prior to their name change, they boasted a list of 300,000 members however required at least 2 million users to make the system open and convert their VIRTAPAY Dollars into real cash, common sense right there would tell you, obviously this cannot be done. How could they payout basically millions of dollars to millions of people- RED ALERT.

Also among the changes in their blog they were recommending different Click bank products weekly that members should buy and they called it training- however they were using their 300,000 member list to promote affiliate products under the disguise of training aids. I would wonder how many people purchased these so called training programs which were really a SLICK way to promote affiliate marketing & clickbank products. But another very discreet avenue of revenue was that all their pages contained Adsense, There has been a lot of chatter about Paybox/Virtapay, so these pages got a lot of views, and I would also like to guess as to how much money they’ve made via ADSENSE ‘

They have done an excellent job in disguising that this is a FULL ON SCAM. Using their blog every time they said they were going to do something, they did perform the change or what have you, therefore earning credibility. Another operation of this scam was/is the ability to build a list and very big list, with very little to none spent on advertising- as members recruited new sign ups in order to earn 10 fake dollars. With the list they could sell names, send offers via from other companies they owned. They have also used it to solicit click bank programs, and have earned adsense revenue, built a list, gained possible buying and online usage statistics through their survey’,

I followed through on a regular basis, done all the required maintained to my account- and now they are supposed to open their Digital Delivery where you would have a chance at using your Virtapay to buy products. Well no Surprise to me My account has been Deleted, I logged in on March 24th, and went to log in today and they have closed the account not even an email nothing which also brings up another thing is they have never produced any type of way to contact them.

Conclusion: This is and continues a scam, it is a very smart scam as it gives the illusion that it is evolving into what it says it is and will be, however these small and subtle changes are just a way to keep new sign-ups coming in, keep those already signed up from leaving (seriously who is going to give you 4 or 5 thousand dollars Basically FREE- Nobody. I would also say that the “Earlybirds" who have large sums in their account May also soon see that their accounts will be deleted. As I did not lose any money, I have lost wasted time, and time is much more valuable than money.
 
 


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avatar   by tacnet3z on March 26, 2011 at 9:29 PM CST

 
 
 
Who is making money from this?

I joined in VirtaPay a. k. a. Paybox in the end of September and I didn't believe that I`ll earn anything from this site. But I`m not sure that it`s a scam, because they already added many features and they are saying they`ll develop the site more and more. I already have around 12,000 "virtual" dollars. I don`t know if I`ll get something from this site, but they are getting something because there are many banners in the site and they are earning money from us :) I`ll see if we`ll earn money money from them...
 
 


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avatar   by mimoslav4eto on March 18, 2011 at 6:05 PM CST

 
 
 
Virtapay - Paybox. me rebranded

I joined Paybox. me.com last year around Aug 2010 - I was out of pocket literally and seeking home based employment online - it was the free subscription that drew me to the site really and then the FREE deposit to open a virtual currency account with Paybox. me was also given and I became an Early Bird User & account Holder and for performing daily surveys and answering honestly survey questions have been paid virtual dollars daily averaging over $90 weekly for 3 hours work weekly at the site - I am so glad I did and based on my personal experience I would recommend this site to anyone - Virtapay is currently preparing to enable digital services to Early Bird Account Holders.
 
 


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avatar   by Emnza on March 18, 2011 at 5:17 PM CST

 
 
 
Just give it a try

Virtapay is the new paybox. Personally I'm registered & I can tell you one thing for sure; it's worth giving it a try! 5mins of your 24hrs wouldn't kill you. We probably spend more of our time idling away and unless they start asking you to pay for something it just might turn out o. k in the end.
 
 


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avatar   by Lizzydel on March 17, 2011 at 6:54 AM CST

 
 
 
Warning: Shattered dreams and nausea will follow

First, let’s get something straight, PayBox. me is NOT a payment processing service. No serious businessman or woman would trust PayBox because PayBox makes counterfeit claims and lacks credibility. (I can quote from their terms of service all day long).

You can process credit card or bank payments through Google Checkout and it’s free. Their transaction rates are competitive with PayPal. From my own experience Google Checkout is superior to all others.

PayBoxTrader.com shows clearly what direction PayBox is headed in. There is no such thing as a stand-alone Google currency, Yahoo dollars or PayPal dollars, unless they are the real ones.

Someone on another site compared, unsuccessfully in my mind, “Disney Dollars” with PayBux. Let’s examine the fallacies in this argument. I will start with a quick lesson in Economics.

All of the world’s major currencies are backed by each country’s economy as measured by the GDP (Gross Domestic Product) OR by precious metals, precious minerals, or precious stones (e. g. Gold, Oil, Diamonds).

Disney money is backed by physical assets, either directly or indirectly. The value is partly derived from Disney’s assets (i. e. resorts, movies, patents, buildings, capital investments, company’s revenues, profit margins, etc). Natural resources are considered “precious” because there is global (worldwide) demand for them and a limited supply.

Returning to my case study with “Disney Dollars” we can weigh these factors. For example: One can spend Disney Dollars at the company’s resorts or apply them towards the price of airfare (which is reimbursed by Disney to the airlines in a partnership deal). All of these tangible and intangible “goods” have real value to the consumer. Vacations are desirable (things people want to have) hence the demand is strong.

Then PayBux come along, create a currency out of thin air, and pretend it has value. It’s a game people play in PayBoxland with imaginary riches AKA entertainment. Just like a rollercoaster at Disneyland, the PayBox joyride is about to end abruptly.

In summary, I have one question for you. How long has Disney been in existence? Answer: Since before the invention of television. I believe they made cartoon books in those days. Today, “Disney” is a household name in many parts of the world. It carries huge brand recognition and trust. Sorry, I cannot say the same for PayBox.
 
 


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avatar   by HotBoss on March 13, 2011 at 8:50 PM CST

LISTEN TO EXTRACTS FROM THE VOLITION AUDIO BOOK

 
 
 
Paybox rocks!

I have to admit that when I fist joined Paybox I was so sure it was a scam but all that has changed. Although it is still a closed box it is really worth checking it out. They say it's going to open real soon and there is absolutely nothing to lose. Currently I have about 1794 Paybox dollars and am only two months old. You basically earn money via a debit survey, your referrals earn you 10 dollars, and answering some surveys takes me about 20 minutes a day. Did I mention that you get money for just logging into your account! How cool is that? They also have an affiliate strategy and it's pretty new. Jump in and it's completely FREE. By the way, there is a sign up bonus of 25 Paybox dollars! Trust me you don't want to be left out on this.
 
 


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