Paxum Issues – New Milestone In Online Payment Systems

Since its founding in 2010 many online marketers especially in adult business were assured, that Paxum is just the new version of the notorious ePassporte and its founder Christopher Mallick, who has eliminated Epassporte without paying debts to account holders, while many of them were holding six-figure numbers on system’s wallets and Visa cards issued at St. Kitts Nevis Anguilla National Bank.

Nevertheless, Paxum was offering a great service for its customers for almost 8 years, and for adult webmasters and marketers it turned into a kind of universal currency, when most of traffic networks accepted it as payment with zero fee and many affiliate networks had Paxum payment as an option with just $1 fee per transaction. Compared to other online payment services like Payoneer or Epayments, Paxum had most advantageous conditions in service and operational fees.

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