Tuesday, July 10, 2012

virtapay scam or legit

I have been a member of virtapay.com since fall of 2010. They said in their early days that money in my account with them would become accessable through a bank account someday. It has been nearly two full years and nothing so far. Virtapay does state that the money in ones account is virtual currency. There are websites selling virtapay exchanger software but much of the software does not work and or contains malware. I have invested a lot of time and a small amount of real money to get my virtapay balance up over a million dollars.

And if this is real E currency.. than.they not earn commission from add..many many member bought add sharing ..and virtapay earn commission....
and thay say free member not participate testing the upcoming debit card system.
and also they say invite people ..and 2 tymes already test completed  testing the  debit card.
it is amazing Ecarrency have 2 types member free and premium crazy.. ...... 
In year 2010 they say site public  open less than 5 month..
after 5 month ..theay say ..after 3 or 4 weeks
after few weeks thay change paybox to virtapay..
and than say public open in few month 
3years completed still few month not completed ..
bur they earn many money 
from us ...........
thay have no forum ......
it is very easy make a forumm.........or free forum/////////

and few scam people.. they have their own people .........those if they want they can ban them easily..but they are not band their account..
few list ..down

Is VirtaPay a Scam?

This one is tough because there’s nothing really going on here. There’s no product to buy or money to invest. You sign up for an account, receive $25 and VirtaPay promises to “give” you $20 every day that you sign in. Only problem is, you can’t actually do anything with the money. It’s just some arbitrary number that goes up every day.
That’s really all there is to the program.
I checked their Facebook fan page and there are currently some 49,000 people who ‘Like’ Virtapay. Let’s assume the company has 50,000 members total. I’m sure that number is much higher, but the nice rounded number will make for some easy math.
Okay, 50,000 members all receiving a $25 sign on bonus comes out to $1.25 MILLION dollars they’ve just “giving” away for no reason. Plus, they give out $20 per day just for signing in. Again, at 50,000 members this is ONE MILLION DOLLARS PER DAY FOR DOING NOTHING. There’s no way a company can just give away a million dollars EVERY single day for no reason at all. That’s not how businesses work.
Let’s envision this program off the Internet. Say there’s a store that hands out $20 bills just for walking in the front door. You walk in, collect your $20, then walk out.
That’s it!
It sounds completely absurd, no? The line to get into the store would be miles long. If that wasn’t enough to convince you, let me just point out this little paragraph from the Terms & Condition page…
All account balances are held in VirtaPay virtual currency. VirtaPay maintains a virtual currency that is autonomous and independent of all nations and governments. The VirtaPay currency is denominated in dollars and cents (similar to the currency of the United States and over 20 other countries). The VirtaPay currency is currently in a closed system, and cannot be exchanged or spent outside of this system. Our plans include person-to-person transactions, integration with merchants and shopping cart systems, and much more. As is the case with any currency, once the VirtaPay currency comes into widespread use, its value as weighted against other world currencies can and will fluctuate due to market forces such as supply and demand, etc.
That’s straight from VirtaPay’s mouth. The money is useless and means nothing. You can’t exchange it or spend it on anything outside of VirtaPay. It’s absolutely meaningless and VirtaPay agrees.

VIRTAPAY CHANGE MONEY - http://shoponlinevirtapay.weebly.com/virtapay-change-money.html
Status: Scam (VP$ sent on 18/02/12, money not received on AlertPay as of 20/04/12.)
Status: Scam (Just an easy way to accumulate ANNO 1777 referrals.)
HitsVids VirtaPay Converter - http://www.hits-vids.com/virtapay/
Status: Scam (Just an easy way to accumulate Facebook likes and advertisement clicks.)
Virtapay Exchanger - http://virtapayexchanger.co.cc/
Status: Possible Scam (Same content and information as other sites, horrendous design, asking for access fee.)
VirtaPay API Exchange - http://virtapayapiexchange.co.cc/
Status: Possible Scam (Horrible design, asking for access fees, provided address is in the middle of nowhere.)
Virtapay Auto Converter - http://virtapayautoconvertr.co.cc/
Status: Possible Scam (Website full of referral links and advertisements, same text and access fees as other sites.)
Status: Possible Scam (Page created on a free site builder, extremely aggressive promotion, asking for access fee, publicly denounces other website with the same text and fees as it, even though the other website also accuses it of plagiarism.)
Status: Possible Scam (Horrible grammar, asking for access fee, publicly denounces other website with the same text and fees as it, even though the other website also accuses it of plagiarism.)
Easy Gold Exchange - http://www.easygoldexchange.biz/
Status: Possible Scam (Horrible grammar, abominable website full of ads, plagiarized text, outrageous access fees.)
Transfer Virtapay Money To Western Union - http://www.transfermoneytowesternunion.info/
Status: Possible Scam (Although the website is generally more complete than the other ones, the design is still horrible, many grammatical and spelling errors exist, you need to be a member to even view the forum and access the “Payment Proof” section and the pages are full of ads.)
Status: Possible Scam (Publicly denounces other website with similar text and fees as it, even though the other website also accuses it of plagiarism, page full of ads, hosted on a free service (Blogger), horrible design and English knowledge, link shown in one of the screenshots is invalid.)
E-Money Changer v3 - http://emoneychangerv3.tk/
Status: Possible Scam (Publicly denounces other website with similar text and fees as it, even though the other website also accuses it of plagiarism, horrible English knowledge and design, link shown in one of the screenshots is invalid.)
Transfer Virtapay Money To Western Union (Blogger) - http://transfermoneytowesternunioninfo.blogspot.com/
Status: Possible Scam (A complete ripoff of this website’s main page, which also publicly denounces it for plagiarism. Horrible spelling and grammar, abominable design.)
Mousetraptraffic Trading Platform - http://mousetraptraffic.com/index.php
Status: Verified (Money received on Moneybookers twice.)

 wake up ......guys.