Exchange PayPal To AlertPay (Payza) To Liberty Reserve


Are you in need of currencies in AlertPay and don't have credit or debti card to perform the transaction from PayPal or Liberty Reserve? Look no further, because this page will guide you through the steps of exchanging money from PayPal, AlertPay, Liberty Reserve and into each other. You will also find some of the best sites with lowest fees to make the transactions.

 

First, let us hit upon what online payment software they support:


Are you in need of currencies in AlertPay and don't have credit or debti card to perform the transaction from PayPal or Liberty Reserve? Look no further, because this page will guide you through the steps of exchanging money from PayPal, AlertPay, Liberty Reserve and into each other. You will also find some of the best sites with lowest fees to make the transactions.

 

First, let us hit upon what online payment software they support:

  • PayPal
  • AlertPay (now Payza)
  • Moneybookers (now called Skrill)
  • Liberty Reserve

 

Credit card and bank wire also availab


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In some websites like Widto.com, they also support exhange from card transfers like Visa and MasterCard and also from wire transfer from your bank account via SWIFT. Widto also supports the following cards:

  • Discover
  • American Express

So, if you cannot create accounts in those payment websites but simply want to exhange monies, then you can do so easily via credit card or your bank account.

Some websites for exchanging currencies:

WidTo.com
OK-Change.com
AlertExchanger.com

Let's talk fees and charges. It seems that every website has its own characteristics and features, and also their fees vary. For example, depending upon the offer, you get $11.4 PayPal for 10 EUR exchanged through AlertPay (Payza). The same fee is about 7% on WidTo.

Options supported in AlertExhanger.com

AlertExhanger is primiarly focused for AlertPay, through which we can exchange money in Liberty reserve accounts, Solidtrustpay accounts and also withdraw cash directly via Western Union or via their own USD debit card. Creating account is free and you get $92 for every $100 you transfer via AlertPay and Liberty Reserve.

POSTED BY srk4you On 2012-07-11
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