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Homeland Security grounds #Payza .com and #AlertPay #domains on alleged money scheme

The Department of Homeland Security Investigations took over the domains Payza.com and AlertPay.com.

According to an announcement, both sites operated an unlicensed money service business that processed more than $250 million dollars in transactions.

“The defendant is accused of operating a money transmitting business that operated without the necessary state licenses and knowingly transmitting funds that were derived from illegal activity from in or about March 2012 until the present.”

The services offered by Payza.com moved to Payza.eu, from where it excludes US based accounts.

“Note that Payza is no longer offered as a service to US residents. This means that no transactions are allowed for US members at this time and Payza will no longer be servicing businesses registered in the US, neither providing US payout services or US based withdrawals.”

There is no indication about the status of US-based customers that used the service, prior to the intervention by Department of Homeland Security Investsigations.

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