Interesting enough a new payment processor is out called EgoPay. This payment processor has an astonishing good looking website and a great working script. Rumors are that EgoPay is managed and ran by the PayZa team which is already a good point because PayZa (former AlertPay) has been in business for years and never missed a payment or transaction.
The thing is that seems like Payza (AlertPay) will no longer accept high risk websites to process payments through them starting the 20th of July 2012. I make the statement basing on the latest news from the Payza authorities, sent to the HYIP admins. The statement, which gives a notice of the recent amendments to the ToS of Payza, obviously aimed at removing HYIPs from the circulation.
Actually, its seems that Payza simply closed one door and secretly opened another. A new service emerged and it's called EgoPay. Closely connected to Payza (even the registration process and the design of the website seems the same) since - as one can read in their "About Us" -
"...the EgoPay team members are all highly qualified and experienced in the online marketplace business, some from having worked for former AlertPay, now Payza."