Exchanging VirtaPay or PayBox Me Dollars to American Dollars (USD): Is It Possible And Where Can I Do So?
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Exchanging VirtaPay or PayBox Me Dollars to American Dollars (USD): Is It Possible And Where Can I Do So?

It's safe to assume almost all VirtaPay users want to exchange their "hard-earned" VirtaPay dollars to American Dollars with an actual value as soon as possible. And that's entirely possible, while prohibited by the VirtaPay terms of use. While it is forbidden to actually do so a lot of people take their chances to leave the sinking ship as soon as possible and they will want to sell their VirtaPay dollars. And believe it or not, there are people who are going to trick you into exchanging your VirtaPay dollars for American Dollars, and aren't going to pay you in exchange ...

VirtaPay is an online payment processor that is currently in development and that is aiming to become a better and more popular payment processor than the well known PayPal. What most people don't know, is that VirtaPay is a scam. A very succesful scam which has managed to lure in thousands of users already, mostly from poor countries. VirtaPay promises to give their users $20 a day for just logging in, and promises to pay the money as soon as the system is ready. As with most scams, the "system" isn't going to be ready, and the owner of this scam is going to profit from your fake membership for as long as he or she can. But still, there are thousands of users who are not aware of this, and thus I beg you to spread this article to your fellow VirtaPay users to make sure they do not fall for this scam.

Apart from VirtaPay being a scam, there is danger to be found too. It's safe to assume almost all VirtaPay users want to exchange their "hard-earned" VirtaPay dollars to American Dollars with an actual value as soon as possible. And that's entirely possible, while prohibited by the VirtaPay terms of use. While it is forbidden to actually do so a lot of people take their chances to leave the sinking ship as soon as possible and they will want to sell their VirtaPay dollars. And believe it or not, there are people who are going to trick you into exchanging your VirtaPay dollars for American Dollars, and aren't going to pay you in exchange ...

So in answer to your first question: yes, there is a way.

But you must be careful, because:

  1. People will ask you to transfer the VirtaPay dollars first, and will not give you anything in return when you're done.
  2. People will spread malware through these "virtapay exchange" sites.
  3. People will trick you into giving them your log-in information.

But in some, extremely rare cases people might be willing to give you a small amount of dollars, because they think VirtaPay is not a scam, but as I know, and you know, VirtaPay is a scam. So please be careful not too visit these VirtaPay money exchanging sites or you might end up with an empty wallet and a computer filled with badware.

Spread the word about VirtaPay and spread this article, nobody should be tricked into joining this scam called VirtaPay!

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Comments (4)

This scam has been operating under different names for a number of years and will forever remain in the development stage and never pay out a penny.

Exactly! And it's sad to see people actually believe this. I wonder why that company hasn't been shut down yet? Thanks for your comment.

Logically, VirtaBucks should be allowed to purchase their Ad program. No one wants to use real money for CB products for a site that hasn't given real value.

The VirtaPay blog also hasn't updated since December 9th which is the final reason as to why this is a scam. Atleast it won't fool people anymore now.

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