Tuesday, July 17, 2012

JBP Restart, New Pay Processsor and Golden Path

Golden Path: Last Call: reminder that I am leaving the Golden Path program. Any funds I have in my account I would like to PIF to my referrals who are in need. Assuming of course that you ARE staying in the program and have no problem sending in your documents to prove your Identity. Please send me an email today before 6 PM MST with your Username in GP. I'd like to get this out of my hair today and be done with it. So 6 PM will be my deadline if you need help.

EGOPAY: if you've seen the latest Payza bulletin then you know that they will be going through some changes soon and new policies will be enforced.
We will need an alternative for using Payza as our pay processor for certain programs. This will be in effect on July 20th (to the best of my knowledge).
Our new gateway is EgoPay: 
Egopay will accept money transfers from Payza which can then be used in the programs that Payza will be disallowing. Then you just transfer it back to Payza to withdraw as normal.
Bonus: if you know others who will need this pay processor, share your Egopay referral link (as I am) and you will receive...

EgoPay offers a simple yet affiliate referral program.
You will earn 1% of all deposits from your referrals for life each time they fund their account using Exchangers or Payza.
For instance, if someone you referred, funds his or her account with $5,000 via Payza, you will receive $50 for that single transaction!
You will find your EgoPay affiliate link by navigating to your Profile and then select the Referral tab inside your account.

EgoPay is free to join and check it out, but you will want to be ready when your favorite programs announce that Payza can no longer be accepted.
(PS, there seems to be a referral link problem. You might want to hold off sharing your link until it's working properly. Will keep you informed.)
PPS: looks like the link is working now since I've received a couple of sign ups from it. Thanks guys :)

JBP-JSS-Tripler: Restart has been announced:
(^_^) JSS-Tripler - Restart Coming Soon!
Welcome to all our new members!

Within the next 2 weeks or so, a Restart will be done:

The "position cut-off date" is 7/16/12.
This means that all JSS-Tripler positions bought on or after 7/16/12 will NOT be affected by the Restart. So any JSS-Tripler positions you buy from now on will not be affected by the coming Restart.

The best time to buy JSS-Tripler positions is immediately after a Restart. Any positions you buy during the coming weeks will effectively be the same as buying JSS-Tripler positions immediately after a Restart. The chances are very good that there won't be another Restart for about 90 days, meaning the positions you buy now will mature, paying out 150%, before the next Restart.

The "account cut-off date" will be 6/30/12 -- JSS-Tripler accounts opened on or after this date will not be affected by the Restart.

This is also a great time to promote JSS-Tripler, because new accounts and positions will not be affected by the Restart.

So are we ready for this? LOL

Guess I wasn't expecting it quite so soon but hey, life is always full of surprises, right?
Also here's a note of interest about the restart:
We should measure the interval between Restart by their "position cut-off date".
The previous Restart’s "position cut-off date" was 4/7/12 (April)
The coming Restart’s "position cut-off date" is 7/16/12
Therefore, it is 100 days in between.
One of the reasons I like visiting the forums. Helps me think of things without racking my own brain.


soulMerlin said...

EgoPay may not really be the answer (I hope it is)...but for the last three days, my Payza withdrawals to my Alertpay(payza) prepaid debit card have been on hold. Previously transfers to my debit card have been executed in 24 hours or less...now since Sunday night, two attempted transfers to the card have remained pending. Hopefully the exchangers listed on the site may prove effective...but tonight a feeling of gloom is marked.

blondie said...

I don't have a Payza debit card so can't respond with any intelligent answer.
I have been getting my withdrawals just fine from Payza via check or bank transfer.
So I do hope they clear things up sooner than later.