We have stayed on this story because so many of you have come to trust the information we provide. I want to thank you for that. I know at times it has been frustrating to hear me speak of issues, you do not want to hear, while at other times making it clear I will not speculate on an issue. Many times I want to make sure we have the correct info, and not give you false hope or add to your already high frustration levels. Below is the most current info we have from NXSystems the parent company of NXPay. Plus I have placed links to the COURT ORDER allowng the Receiver the RIGHT to go after certified funds, and eWallets. Updated: December 11th, 2012 – NXPay Issues Statement! See Below
Over the last few weeks, much has been porpagated across the net, and since I am not an attorney, it takes me a while to contact the attorneys who do understand these laws, and to research the facts. But as I heard more and more about how the Receiver was doing things that court had not authorized him to do, I started thinking “can a receiver be that pompus to act above his given authority?” Well in doing some research, it appears the Receiver is acting well within the law and the orders of the court.
Please understand, laws can always be interpreted many different ways, as can the Order of the Court. But, based on the written words below, and the fact, that as of the publishing of this editorial, there has NOT been any motions filed to question the actions of the Receiver, it does lead me to feel, ALL the attorneys involved in this case, realize he is well within the authority of the powers granted him by the Court.
To Review ALL COURT DOCUMENTS – Click Here
Now as for the current issues of the eWallets, here is the most current information from NXSystems the parent company of NXPAy. I have edited the name of the individual who sent this to me. Outside of that one edit, all the rest of this email is as I received it.
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12400 S.E. Freeman Way, Suite 100, Portland, OR, 97222
Office: (503) 513-9900 Fax: (503) 659-5022
December 04, 2012
IMPORTANT INFORMATION ABOUT
YOUR NXPAY ACCOUNT
Dear ZeekRewards Accountholder:
In the last few weeks, several statements have been released by various individuals and/or entities regarding your NxPay® Account. These statements were not issued by our company and unfortunately may have caused some unnecessary confusion. We sincerely apologize for any inconvenience the release of these statements may have caused you.
Please understand that we have been working diligently with our bank, third party payment processors, the Securities Exchange Commission, the U.S. District Court, and several attorneys for the past few months to make available any funds due to you from the usage of your NxPay® Account. Be assured, if funds are due to you in connection with your NxPay® Account, most likely those funds will be available to you within the next two (2) weeks.
Please keep in mind the following important points when your funds do become available. First, only the funds that you placed onto your NxPay® Account that were not subsequently used to purchase bids through ZeekRewards will be available. If you believe you are entitled to refunds, commissions, or any other payments from ZeekRewards, you should file a claim through the website www.zeekrewardsreceivership.com.
SECONDLY, IF YOU HAVE ANY QUESTIONS OR CONCERNS, WE ENCOURAGE YOU TO USE OUR CUSTOMER SUPPORT CHATLINE (SEE INSTRUCTIONS BELOW). THIS IS A FREE SERVICE TO YOU AND YOU WILL GET A MUCH FASTER RESPONSE. ON THE OTHER HAND, DUE TO EXCESSIVE VOLUME, YOU WILL RECEIVE A MUCH SLOWER RESPONSE BY CALLING OUR CUSTOMER SUPPORT HOTLINE AND IT WILL COST YOU $2.00 PER CALL.
For now, your NxPay® Account is temporarily frozen. However, when your funds become available we will send an announcement out to all of our NxPay® Accountholders notifying them of the availability of funds in their NxPay® Account.
We apologize that this process has been long, arduous, and fraught with many unexpected delays and complications, but rest assured we are doing all that we can to expedite this process. We value your business and want you to know that what happened in regards to your NxPay® Account is not typical of the customer service associated with NxPay®. We continue to be committed to providing you and all of our customers with the highest standards of service in the financial services industry.
To reach our customer service department, please visit http://support.nxpay.com
- Due to excessive call volume, please visit support.nxpay.com rather than phone in; if you elect to call in, please note that there is a $2 fee per call per our policies.
- We are in the final stages of reconciling all funds and anticipate a return of all funds soon, but please allow up to two weeks for the funds to be made available.
- If you believe you are entitled to additional funds not included in this reconciliation, please contact the court appointed receivership at www.zeekrewardsreceivership.com
From all of us in the NxPay Support Team, we truly appreciate your patience during this reconciliation process.
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