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What is AlertPay?

  • AlertPay is an internet payment service allowing you to securely and quickly send and receive money online.
  • AlertPay is a Canadian based company that was established June 19, 2005. Its concept is similar to that of Paypal.

Withdraw money with AlertPay :-

You can withdraw your money from your AlertPay account by the following methods:

  • Bank Transfer
  • Cheque
  • Bank Wire

How It Works – Overview :-

How AlterPay Works - Overview

Step 1: Sender makes a payment
Click on a payment button or the “Send Money” feature. Pay by e-wallet, which can be funded by bank account or check (no personal checks or cash), or pay by credit card.

Step 2: Payment is processed
AlertPay processes the payment in real-time, transferring the money to the receiver’s account. A confirmation email is sent to both parties.

Step 3: Receiver gets paid

The money is instantly available in the receiver’s AlertPay account, which can be withdrawn by bank account, credit/debit card or check.

Get your FREE account with AlertPay

Akash Padhiyar

I am Akash Padhiyar Founder of Shareittips.com,BCA MCA Tutor ,Running Web development compnay "AkashInfoTech".

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