The Paypal Headache is Almost Over

There was a bug inside Paypal that was causing subscriptions to not always renew. They would say they were active, but the next bill date was a date in the past. At first there were one or two customers that were affected, but then it became dozens!

Well I’m happy to say the bug was fixed. If you were one of the affected customers it appears either A) your subscription was processed on the 30th or B) it skipped April and will continue at the next monthly rebill.

This bug was entirely out of our control, so we appreciate everyone’s patience during this time. It’s been just as frustrating for us.

If you still have any weird issues please let us know. If your in the B category especially let me know, I’ll make sure your upgrade is extended so you don’t miss any benefits for Paypal’s snafu ;-)

4 thoughts on “The Paypal Headache is Almost Over

  1. I was affected by this and thought it was because of the promo offer, but once I was in Pay Pal I was able to update my subscription with that account, then withdraw occurred about a week later, but I am glad to hear that the problem was taken care properly, and thanks for the notification.

  2. Last summer I added two real merchant accounts to all my main money makers. I get 25-50% income from them. I can see it growing over years. 2checkout one of them that way they can still use paypal. One my competitors only uses 2checkout he said it growing with some 3rd party tools. He was limited last week so he so happy he started moving away from paypal. Thankfully my main income live on affiliate programs who only do wires once make enough. I planning start promoting more thankfully most hate PayPal but I avoid ones only offer PayPal as pay method. Most bigger ones offer check, ACH, or wire in addition to PayPal. Only traffic exchanges offer PayPal but better ones offer Payza or bitcoin. I can live off the $5000-6000 making off single affiliate site monthly. I only own sites as upsets people and gives me something to do or I close them and make way more without them.

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