Payza has announced about the return to the niche of income earning programs and opportunities. First of all it needs to be mentioned that Payza has re-enabled the services to U.S. citizens. As reported the ewallet services have been resumed to use by Americans, who will now get access to all features including depositing and withdrawal funds from their Payza accounts. When dealing with Payza, American citizens should be aware of the fact all transactions are regulated by the U.S. financial institutions.
The Payza interface has changed greatly after they had to stop providing e-currency services to U.S. customers. The member area is now more concentrated on the Activity feed. At the same time new layout is now more secured. New feature have been added, such as personalized avatars.
Another feature added by Payza is the option to Send Funds via Bank Transfer, which makes money transaction around the globe using Payza easier than before. At the same time withdrawal option has been improved as well. Withdrawal funds to Credit Card gives an opportunity to take your funds out of your account whenever you want to. This feature will become available at the end of July.
Speaking about the return of Payza to HYIP industry, it's just an assumption, however the latest news published on the official blog of Payza let us believe it will be like that. There's a report about Payza expansion to new merchants in the following spheres: e-cigarette and e-liquid sales, file hosting, adult entertainment and finally income earning programs, where HYIPs can actually be related to.
Supposedly the owners of income earning programs will be able to accept eWallet payment from and to Payza members. The terms and services has been updated and new industries accepted for operating are now included as regulated industries. All in all, once the information is confirmed, Payza can again become a perfect tool for the online payments used by HYIP admins for providing services to the U.S. customers. At the same time acceptance of Payza by U.S. residents can be doubtful from the point of view of the funds security. We all remember the history of Liberty Reserve....