Follow these instructions to setup Payza on your membership site.
If needed, here are Payza’s complete instructions: https://docs.payza.com/docs/table-of-contents
ATTENTION! Please use this as a guide only and re-write as much as you can in your own words so they Payza doesn’t receive multiple submissions with the same content. I don’t know for sure but it could prevent your site getting accepted, just makes sense to write in your own words.
Payza seem to be very strict now on accepting sites. You must provide all details to get approved.
Step #1: Login to your Payza account and click on ‘Business’ then ‘Business Information’ then click the ‘Add’ button top right.
Fill in all details for your website. eg.
Business Name: YourSite.com
Business Industry & Category: Choose the industry & category that best describes your business
Or I recommend..
Multi-Level Marketing / Traffic exchange
Business / Advertising
Click ‘Update‘ when complete.
Step #2: Click on ‘Business’ then ‘Websites’ then click the ‘Add Website‘ link.
You need to fully complete this page with all details for your site to be accepted. Below are some details to help you out that you can enter.
Enter the URL containing your payment buttons
http://www.yoursite.com/offerpage.php or one of your offer pages they can access. Or say they need to check the offers with login info below.
This business is
Non-registered / Registered
Please choose the category that best describes your business
Describe your business model, including your business offerings, purpose and operations
Our membership site provides marketing tools, training resources and advertising options for individuals and businesses. Members can upgrade their accounts to receive extra features, benefits, resources.
Do you offer an affiliate program?
All members become instant affiliates after joining the site. The can earn commissions on sales when promoting their own unique link. Promo banners and resources are provided.
Does your website have a members’ area?
If yes, please provide the necessary information to access the members’ area
[You can provide a test account or temporary account for them to access. You’d need to signup to create a new account.]
How does your website generate revenue?
Approximately how many days after ordering is the product/service delivered to the customer?
How is the service you sell provided to the customer?
Customers receive their purchases immediately after purchasing. The membership site automatically ads their purchase and upgrades their account. It will show in their members area.
Who supplies your products and/or services?
The membership script automatically processes all purchases and applies to a members account.
How do you advertise your business?
How do you detect and prevent fraudulent transactions?
All members have their IP address recorded, and can only create one account. They would need to purchase within the members area so they would have provided name, email and contact details etc.
Copy & paste your Terms of Service
[Go to your terms of service page to copy & paste all content. You’ll find it here: http://www.YOURSITE.com/terms.php ]
Enter the URL containing your Terms of Service
Copy & paste your Refund Policy
[Copy and paste the Refunds section on the terms page.]
Enter the URL containing your Refund Policy
Do you own and control the website?
Step #3: Once the above step is complete, you may need to wait for them to approve your site.
At some stage they will ask for the IPN address. You must put this url as the IPN: http://www.YOURSITE.com/alertpay_ipn.php
[Note: Payza used to be called AlertPay but changed their name so any reference to AlertPay means Payza]
Click the image below to see IPN settings and to get your security code.
Then login to your Admin Area of your site and add you Payza email address and Security Code that you will receive from them.
*You should simply be able to remove your Paypal email address from the admin ‘Settings’ and it will disable Paypal across your site. See below for removing any words.
You may have recently heard that Paypal have been recently limiting peoples accounts if they are using Paypal or mention them. They are saying that our sites break their terms and conditions as follows.
‘The PayPal User Agreement, which you read and accepted when you created your account, states that PayPal, at its sole discretion, reserves the right to limit an account for any violation of the PayPal User Agreement, including the Acceptable Use Policy. Under the Acceptable Use Policy, PayPal may not be used to send or receive payments that support pyramid or ponzi schemes, certain ad pack programs, certain pay to click programs, matrix programs, “get rich quick” schemes, or certain multi-level marketing (MLM) programs. In addition, only approved MLM programs may be allowed.’
It sounds like it is quite general and banning a lot of sites. Admins are getting contacted by their Branding Risk Management team so I guess they think our sites are harming their image.
This is very disappointing for myself, my clients and a ton of site owners from other advertising scripts as well. They seem give people a chance to remove buttons. It is hard to say when or if they will come across your site and decide to ban it. They may not, but it could be a good idea to do something before it happens.
The best thing we can do is be proactive, positive, and move forward with other options.
All of the my membership scripts have another built-in main payment processor Payza. Please see instructions top of the page for setting up Payza.
Removing the word Paypal
If you want to take an extra step or if you have been asked to remove the word Paypal from your site then you will find it on the following pages of your site.
Ad Exchange Script:
terms.php (edit html in admin under “Edit Pages”)
members/navigation.php (It mentions Paypal when logging in for the first time, to setup your address for payments)
How to remove
You can manually edit the files in your cpanel using the File Manager and Code Editor. Or you could zip and download all files and do a search and replace on all files. Pressing ctrl-F should bring up the Find search box in your browser. Search for the word Paypal on the page.
I have hopefully made this easy so you can do it yourself, but if you are having trouble removing all the words and images then I can help. I would love be able to provide updated files but each site and script is different and needs to be looked at manually which will require time. Please send $20 per site via Paypal or Payza to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Then email me with your site details to email@example.com