Thoughout the last months, we got a lot of e-mails concerning a payment service called „PerfectMoney“. In these mails, a lot of „customers“ tell us their „interest“ in using this service to pay for ours. Almost all of these e-mails had the subject „Payment“ and contained only one or two lines of text. These are some of them:
„Greetings. I want to use your services. Can i pay with PerfectMoney on your site ? Thanks !“
„Hello sir. I am interested in your services and i want to ask you , can i use Perfect Money to pay on your website? Thanks and have a great day“
„Hello. I want to use your services. I was wondering if i can pay with perfectmoney ? thanks“
I'm interested in using your services and i was just wondering if i can pay with Perfect Money on your website ?“
Obviously, this is SPAM. And it originates from PerfectMoney themselves, as there is neither a URL nor an affiliate code in these messages. But how trustworthy can a payment service be, that is advertised by massive spam? We visited their German website and read:
„Genauer, zuverlässiger finanzservice, den deutsches Volk anerkennen wird“
„Gipfel der Vollendung in der virtuellen Weltwirtschaft wird von nun an durch ein ideales Finanzinstitut – Gesellschaft Perfect Money vertreten, deren Zielprogramm ist es, Finanzoperationen im Internet auf ideales Niveau zu erheben.“
Source: https://perfectmoney.com/?lang=de_DE (2015-04-07)
This sounds like a very bad google translation... How trustworthy can a payment service be, that – instead of writing all English – relies on quite random translations for „informing“ their customers?
Wouldn't it be more honest and effective to directly contact us in the
name of PerfectMoney, and acquire us as a partner rather than as a spam
Just for clarification:
we are not against new payment services. They help us to finance our services. And maybe we would give
PerfectMoney a try in other circumstances. But we hate SPAM. Maybe
this article helps to stop it.