Payza will no longer be utilized for JustBeenPaid. Instead, we will be implementing Egopay.com, which will use multiple providers for withdrawals and deposits. Fortunately, we have been notified that Payza will be one of the providers they may use.
EgoPay is in no way owned or operated by Payza, and from the information we have been provided are in no way affiliated. We request that each member start the process of creating and verifying their new account as quickly as possible to facilitate a smooth transition to this new provider.
If you are a JBP/JSS-Tripler member then log into your JBP account.
Select ‘[Manage your payment processors]’
You will see your Payza account has been Removed!
It has been replaced with Egopay.
If you are a Egopay member add your EgoPay E-mail there.
If you are not an Egopay member do this.
1/ Join 100% Free here – Select ‘Personal’ account:
2/ Add your Egopay E-mail Address into your JBP Account
3/ Fund your Egopay account with at least $12 from Payza.
In Egopay select ‘Deposit’ then ‘Payza’.. then follow the steps.
4/ ESSENTIAL: Once you have at least $12 less fees in your
Egopay account, it should be over $10.. then log into your JSS account and fund your JSS account with $10 from Egopay.
THIS will make the link between your JSS account and your Egopay account so that any future withdrawals you request from JSS to Egopay will go through without delay.
THOSE not performing this step may have a long delay for their first JSS withdrawal request as a JBP support member will need to check manually that your JSS withdrawal is going to a valid Egopay account!
As always, feel free to contact us if you have any queries.
John and Linda Ballis
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