Here is an example of how you can get your money back from a swindler if you've paid for services that were not rendered, using online currency exchangers.
I wanted to change some Alertpay (Payza) to Liberty Reserve but could not since the exchanger: (firstname.lastname@example.org I forgot the website name) failed to send the money into my account. There are so many of those websites that it is not useful for me to start listing them here.
The point is that he failed to exchange my Payza to Liberty Reserve and I filed a dispute against him on Payza.com. After some 21 days or so, I got the e-mail you see below:
This was sent to me from Payza. When I logged into my account, I saw that the exact amount was refunded.
It only shows how dedicated staff of Payza are and that they care much about their clients. When I was first told to file a complaint on my Payza dashboard, I didn't believe it would work this way but it did.
I want everyone to know that Payza is one online transaction company helping to fight online fraud and it is a very reliable company.
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