There have been two news updates published on the official blog of SolidTrustPay recently. Obviously, SolidTrustPay is now becoming the most popular e-currency among the rest after the seize of Liberty Reserve. That is why, every piece of news from this payment processoris important and should be delivered to the readers promptly.
Being officially incorporated in Canada, SolidTrustPay observes all the national holidays. So, on July 1st, Canada is celebrating the Canada Day, which is an official holiday for all citizens and institutions. For the performance of SolidTrustPay it means that next Monday, when the holiday is celebrated, no withdrawal and deposits will be processed from the customer's account, for bank will have a day-off. The official notice says the following: "...Due to this banking holiday, please allow for an additional day of transfer time for any deposits and withdrawals." It has also been promised to get back to normal perofrmance on Tuesday, July 2. Following the link, anyone willing is offered to have a look at the complete list of holidays observed by SolidTrustPay in Canada.
The second newsletter published on the official blog of SolidTrustPay speaks of the recent Alberta Flood that took place in Calgary and other parts of Southern Alberta late last week. As the result of the flood, many people were forced to abandon their homes and many families are currently in a great need of help and financial support. Being a responsible business organization that strives to play important role in social life of the country it is based on, SolidTrustPay, tries not to stay away from the disaster. For those purposes a special STP account has been created, where people can make donations to help the victims of the flood. If you want to help and you don't know how, here is an explanation that goes in the official news update from SolidTrustPay:
"SolidTrust Pay members wishing to lend support for the relief effort can make a donation via member to member transfer to STP_Relief_Funds with the transfer description "Alberta Flood Relief". STPay will collect and donate the funds on the behalf of our membership to the groups aiding in Calgary and elsewhere in the province."