I used touse Dwolla to transfer money from to paza something I can’t remember, but it was some HYIP program. All HYIP program will end as ponzi scam. Only 10% of the lucky HYIP invester will win, the 90% of people will loose, and the real winner is obviously the scammer themselves whom ran or operate the program, we will never know who they are ever. The address is fake and everything else is fake including the owner.
On Friday, November 30, 2018, 4:33:31 PM EST, The Dwolla Team
Final Reminder: On December 3, 2018, Dwolla will no longer support the product, Transfer, that this email address has been identified as using to send or receive payments. After December 3, 2018, the ability to use the Transfer product to send or receive payments will be removed entirely.
Please take the next steps to:
Reach out to the organization that your Dwolla account is associated with to understand what changes you can expect when interacting with them directly
Withdraw any funds from your Dwolla account, if applicable, prior to December 3rd
We appreciate your support around this adjustment. If you have any other questions, please reach out to [email protected]
The Dwolla Team
You’re receiving this email because you have a Dwolla account. Please note, you may not be able to opt out of these emails, as they’re non-promotional in nature and contain important information regarding your account. Please do not reply to this email. Instead, contact [email protected] or visit our support page.
©2018 Dwolla Inc., All rights reserved. 666 Walnut, Suite 1830, Des Moines, IA 50309