There is a fresh newsletter from Primfix (primfix.com) for you. The main thing informed in it is that credit card payments through AlertPay are no longer accepted. The thing is that credit card payments are subjected to a hold on program’s account before the team of Primfix can withdraw or exchange it. This was forcing them to use more aggressive investment options because they had less time to make profits and move them back to their e-currency accounts. In order to guarantee stability and future of project’s business, a decision to stop taking credit card payments and to pay more attention to the investments was made.
The next part of a newsletter also concerns payment processor AlertPay. The thing is that many investors of Primfix are worried that its AP account will be blocked like it has happened to many other projects lately. Derek assures that AlertPay remains an outstanding payment processor for Primfix and his team contacts AP about every single business move they do to make sure they'll continue to follow their terms of service. He also believes that those projects had problems with AlertPay either because they used fake documentation or tried to cheat AlertPay somehow.
By the way, a PTP contest announced in our latest news about Primfix (here) has been very exciting so far and you can see program’s traffic status at Alexa chart. Take a look at the top 5 participants as they were at the time of writing a newsletter: 1 clickprim 145288; 2 patrick3002 44183; 3 fatshady 39586; 4 jjohnson777 28484; 5 Zizi77 20628. Derek assures that Primfix is doing everything to succeed and thanks for your support.