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    Default PayBox - Start with a $50 balance and it's Free.

    Why you should join today...

    You start with a $50 balance and it's free.
    PayBox will add up to $20 per day to your account for participating as we prepare to launch our new service.
    You get $5 per person you refer to PayBox.
    You'll be an EarlyBird useróbefore PayBox opens to the public.
    You'll help shape the development of the best payment system ever designed for the Internet.
    You could have hundreds or thousands of dollars in your account by the time we launch, without ever making a deposit!

    http://www.paybox.me/r/vicasa

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    Hello PayBox Users,

    We have had a small percentage of users report that they cannot log in after joining PayBox.

    We are working to isolate the issue and fix it as soon as possible. We believe that the issue may be related to some users not having Cookies or JavaScript enabled in their web browsers.

    If you have been unable to log in, please make sure you have both Cookies and JavaScript enabled in your web browser and then try logging in again.

    If this doesn't fix the issue, please email [email protected] to let us know and we will send you a password reset link soon. Before long the password reset process will be automated.

    We apologize for the inconvenience if you are one of those who has been affected by this issue.


    Thanks for using PayBox!
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    Hello PayBox Users,

    We believe we have fixed the login issue affecting a small percentage of PayBox users. If you were one of the people unable to log in to your account, please visit PayBox and try again.

    http://www.paybox.me/

    Two things to keep in mind:

    The password field is case-sensitive.
    You must have both JavaScript and Cookies enabled.

    Again, we apologize for any inconvenience this issue caused.

    Thanks for using PayBox!
    PayBox.me


    PO Box 106109, Auckland, NZ

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    Hello PayBox Users,

    We have been growing rapidly and we're excited to welcome aboard everyone who has joined PayBox since we opened our pre-launch on September 1st.

    We would first like to thank everyone for all of the feedback we have received in our surveys and for those who have applied for the open job positions. We hope to fill these soon and more jobs will be posted.

    It may be a bit of a bumpy ride at first as we get our service off the ground, but we have some really amazing features coming. Some of these features are still "top-secret" and are not even listed in the Roadmap & Launch Schedule.

    IMPORTANT: If you are waiting for an email to reset your password, we should have a new automated process ready by Monday. We apologize for the delay and the inconvenience. Please remember, we have limited development resources in this stage of our pre-launch schedule.

    We appreciate your patience and understanding as we work to fix the issues that come up and automate processes on the website.

    Thanks for using PayBox!

    PayBox.me


    PO Box 106109, Auckland, NZ

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    PayBox Newsletter: Sep 13, 2010
    Hello PayBox Users,
    We have had a lot of new EarlyBird users join over the weekend. As a result, our small development team has been working frantically to keep up with the demand.
    Forgot Your Password?
    Great news! The new password reset tool is now working. If you have been one of the people asking for this, please visit:
    http://www.paybox.me/forgot-password.php
    Coming Soon...
    A lot of you have been sending in questions, and we simply don't have enough people to answer all of the questions individually.
    We've decided that we need an effective way to reach more people at a time, so we will soon be launching a Facebook page, Twitter account and probably a blog.
    So, if you have questions and have been frustrated that we haven't replied, we apologize. Our new Facebook/Twitter/blog approach should help us answer questions much more easily and effectively. These should be available online within a week.
    New Features...
    We have a lot of great new features in the works. If you are excited about PayBox, it gets even better. Some of the things we are developing are not even listed anywhere on the website.
    These features are still in the "top secret" phase and will be released to EarlyBird users for testing over the coming weeks and months.

    Thanks for using PayBox!
    PayBox.me

    PO Box 106109, Auckland, NZ

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    PayBox Newsletter: Sep 15, 2010
    Hello PayBox Users,
    We just wanted to let you know that PayBox is alive and well.
    We've been doing a lot of work behind the scenes here. Over the next 7 days or so, we will be transitioning from our email newsletter to a blog format.
    Please visit our new blog to read more...
    http://www.paybox.me/blog/

    Thanks for using PayBox!
    PayBox.me

    PO Box 106109, Auckland, NZ

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    PayBox Newsletter: Sep 20, 2010
    Hello PayBox Users,
    The move away from this email newsletter to blog subscriptions has begun. Don't worry, if you still want to get notified by email, that's an option.
    Please read this blog entry to see how to move to our new blog subscription:
    http://www.paybox.me/blog/?p=41
    Once you have subscribed to the blog, please click the link below and follow the instructions to unsubscribe from this email newsletter:
    Unsubscribe here (after subscribing to the blog)

    Thanks for using PayBox!
    PayBox.me

    PO Box 106109, Auckland, NZ

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    PayBox Blog: Jobs, Features & Forum


    Jobs, Features & Forum

    Posted: 22 Sep 2010 08:57 PM PDT

    Due to the rapid growth of PayBox, we have decided to accelerate the development of our service. That means we will soon be making some changes to the Roadmap and Launch Schedule (found in the secure log-in area).

    We are now hiring Web Developers and other people who possess great skill in the field of computers and technology. Please check the job listings to see our new Web Developer job listing.

    So what does this mean for you?

    It means that we now expect to have usable services sooner than we originally planned. We are working to develop the most basic levels of transaction processing over the next few weeks. This step is critical. It will be the foundation upon which we build our payment processing technology.

    After that, it gets even more exciting. Within a couple of months, we expect to roll out some new services that will allow you to buy and sell using the balance in your PayBox account.

    Please keep in mind, all of the mentioned features and services will be experimental at first. We’ll soon need the help of our EarlyBird users as we test these new features and services. That’s exactly why we have been allowing EarlyBird users to join.

    The forum isn’t ready quite yet. We are still working on it. Once the forum is online, we will need forum mods (moderators). If you’ve ever been a forum mod, or if you would like to become one, please consider moderating in the PayBox forum. We need people:

    Who are excited by the service PayBox is building
    Who have read everything we’ve been posting (in the blog and on the website)
    Who understand what it’s about, and can clearly explain it to users who just “don’t get it”.

    You’ll also be responsible for:

    Removing inappropriate comments from the forum
    Banning users who are overly negative and caustic.

    We’ll be accepting applications for forum moderators soon. It’s a non-paid position, but definitely has its perks (for example, you’ll be “master of your own domain” and get pre-EarlyBird access to our newest features). If you think you would enjoy becoming a forum moderator, please consider applying when the positions soon become available.

    Getting the forum and good, reliable moderators in place will take a huge load off our “customer service” requests. It will free up PayBox to begin rapid development of the service. We haven’t wanted to reduce payments to EarlyBird users, so the forum/moderator approach will allow us to speed ahead with development of new features for PayBox.

    If you understand what’s being said here, you may make a good forum moderator. For those who don’t get it and are still asking, “How can I withdraw?” — don’t worry — our new forum may be able to answer all of of your questions.

    We’ve got a lot in the works. I’ll let you know as soon as I have more details.

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    PayBox Blog: Earning Money, Getting Paid, Withdrawing


    Earning Money, Getting Paid, Withdrawing

    Posted: 23 Sep 2010 05:39 PM PDT

    Today I’ll attempt to clear the confusion surrounding the issue of “withdrawing” from PayBox. This is one of our most frequently asked questions.
    A “Closed Box”

    Put simply, you cannot directly withdraw from your PayBox balance–yet. PayBox is a closed system for now… it may help to think of it as a “closed box”.

    While the service is in development, all account balances and transactions will stay within the closed box–among PayBox users. This will give us the opportunity to fine-tune our transaction processing system and make sure everything is working smoothly before connecting our system with the outside world.

    However, please read this full post because I will explain how there may be a “loophole” in the system that allows you to get money into and out of the closed box–without anything really coming in or out.

    Confused?

    Don’t worry, I’ll cover that in a minute.
    But, why make it a Closed Box?

    Short Answer: Because we need people to use the system.

    We opened the doors allowing EarlyBird users to join PayBox starting on September 1, 2010. Why did we do that? Because we want people to use the system as we develop it. That’s a somewhat nontraditional approach, but we want to make the best system based on user feedback and correct our mistakes along the way.

    Does it make any sense at all that we would hand out cash and let people walk away with it the day they join? How could we achieve our goals if we were simply handing out cash? That’s ridiculous, no business could succeed in that way.

    We are not in the business of simply handing out cash. We expect our users to help in return for their earnings. That’s why we explain on the website (including the “Home” page) what is expected of you… as an EarlyBird user.

    So, the account balances must remain within the closed box for a while. During this time, we’ll develop and fine-tune our service while you use it and give feedback. Once we feel our service is ready to connect to the world, we’ll open the box.

    You may have noticed that our system is truly a “closed box” for now. We don’t allow withdrawals or deposits. We don’t accept cash from users at this point in time. Why do you think that is?
    Opening the Box

    Your account balances will soon become usable (more and more so over time). We’re working on adding new features. We need your help in testing those features.

    We have big plans. Eventually, we plan to offer debit cards linked to your account and the ability to buy from stores all over the Internet and, yes, an option to withdraw.

    But, sticking to the very near-term future, we plan to soon roll out person-to-person transactions, followed by a marketplace where you can buy and sell using your PayBox balance.
    So, what’s the Loophole?

    Ah yes, the “loophole” I mentioned earlier.

    As with any “closed system”, people often figure out a way to get what they want. This isn’t intended to put ideas in anyone’s head, but, PayBox doesn’t have any rules against doing this yet. (I hear that would only happen if it becomes a problem).

    The idea is simple really. The key is person-to-person transactions. Once those come online, it would allow you to get money in and out of your PayBox account without it ever leaving the “closed box”.

    Here’s one way it could work:

    Let’s say you have $500 in your PayBox account and you want to “withdraw” $250 of it.
    Once person-to-person transactions are available, you could just find someone who wants to add $250 to their PayBox balance.
    That person would just pay you $250 using some outside payment method. It could be PayPal, cash, or whatever you agree on.
    Then, after receiving your “outside” payment, you would transfer the $250 within PayBox from your account to the buyer’s.

    Such an arrangement would allow you to “withdraw” from your PayBox account without the money ever leaving the “closed box”.

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