Payza Seized By US Gov | What About My Money

Payza domain name has been seized by US government, Department of Justice. As it displays when visiting the site. What should I do?

Payza site is offline

As you may aware of that the main site is offline now. It has been seized by the US government. Your concern about the money in your account is genuine and what is the possibility of recovering that amount you have in Payza.

The domain name (payza[dot]com) is offline and everyone can see the message there as it happened with LibertyReserve. We can still see the same message on LibertyReserve site. So you may think the same.
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Payza seized – what is the reason?

There was some unlicensed business as per the notice there. You can read the full article on the link below.

“MH Pillars, Ltd., doing business as Payza, has been indicted by a federal grand jury in the District of Columbia on charges alleging they operated an Internet-based unlicensed money service business that processed more than $250 million in transactions.”
Read the main article here https://www.justice.gov/usao-dc/victim-witness-assistance/obopay-payza

So, what about my money?

Payza has informed about it on their twitter account. They say your account is still active and accessible. Use your credentials to manage or see it. You just have to use another domain they have provided. Everything there appears normal and the same layout. So no worry about managing it.

The site address is: payza.eu

All other accounts are available to make any contact. Visit their social pages for more information. And the blog appears normal.

Do I need to take all money?

If you think you should move all the money, it’s up to you. No one can say about this and it is your safety to money the money (especially when you have large amount there).

As they have allowed us to visit the account to manage all money. It looks they are not going to close this but can not say. You need to take care of your money. My personal advice is to take the money and keep visiting their social accounts for updates.

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