TrafficWave Payment Processor Update
Update, April 14:
We are moving forward and see a lot of Paypal users switching to credit/debit card and Skrill. This is great and we are happy to see you taking action on your account.
Many users have reached out and said things like, “OK. So, I switch to Skrill and keep using TrafficWave. No big deal. Thanks for the heads-up.”
We are also getting some emails and messages about information that people are getting that did not come from us or from Skrill. The best way to learn about Skrill is to review their site. For example: Learn About Skrill Fees Directly From Skrill. Don’t just believe everything you read in forums and groups. Take a minute or two to review the actual information Skrill provides.
Once you have your Skrill account set up and have switched your subscription payment, you will simply continue using TrafficWave as before. The only difference will be that you are paying with Skrill. As an Affiliate, if you have earned commissions and have switched to Skrill, you will be paid via your Skrill Wallet. You will then be able to transfer your balance to your bank account or to your Skrill Master Card.
If you have been paying via credit or debit card, any commissions earned will be mailed to you, as before. For those Affiliates who were using Paypal, there are a few things to keep in mind:
Paypal froze the funds in our Paypal account when they limited the account. This means we cannot get access to those funds until this issue is resolved with them. We will not be mailing a check to Paypal users.
Our goal is to accomplish two things:
- If necessary, Deduct your April subscription fee from your commissions balance and return the balance to your commissions account.
- As you set up Skrill or switch to credit/debit card, begin issuing commissions via Skrill or check as appropriate as funds become available. We are not able to tell how long this will take but we are making it a priority to get you completely caught up as soon as physically possible. As I indicated in the video update, above, I am committed to refraining from taking my own income to help make this process move forward faster for you.
Update April 16, 2019:
What Is Skrill: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Mjg90FBndhI
How To Open Your Skrill Account: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=c3ElGMQMQzw
How To Verify Your Skrill Account: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rue1G1-ShN8
Skrill Fees: https://www.skrill.com/en-us/siteinformation/fees/
Thank you, everyone for your patience and flexibility as we move through this transition, together.