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Macropay was founded by Adam J. Clarke from humble beginnings, working solely as a marketing and sales brand to draw in merchants and connect them with trusted processors that partner with them. In contrast to all odds, and with the standard industry practice of significant funds, and in reality, there was no funding whatsoever, Macropay as an organization has developed a proprietary technology that covers Europe's primary local payment methods and has been a pioneer in the world of open banking with more than 1200 bank connections as well as millions of euros in profits for our E-money clients partners. As we progress in our 'Scale phase, we strive to maintain a moral Modus operating procedure at the forefront of our daily business practices to give our customers and partners the security they require when navigating the sometimes daunting financial technology world.
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|22-26 Regele Ferdinand Street, Central Shopping Center, 3rd floor Cluj-Napoca, Cluj 400110|
8 Reviews on Macropay
This is a fraud
Be careful, guys. This is a fraud; they took my money and refused to pay it back. Check out this site: how to pay-scam.com.
there was no response
The user’s advice: Be cautious. If you call the business, it sounds like they are running an enterprise from the basement of their house using an automatic answering machine. I left multiple messages, but there was no response—t
Macropay was the worst choice
I’ve been searching for an application or suggestions to accept Giropay payments from my customers in Germany. Macropay was recommended to me, but it has not been effective! They have other payment options, but I’m just interested in Giropay. It is disappointing that they do not offer a reliable payment option—user’s suggestion. If you want to get different customer payment types, I wouldn’t recommend Macropay.
I hope more people will come forward and expose this fraudulent company.
I wish I had read the reviews before signing up for MacroPay. They promised me a seamless payment experience, but I got a headache. My funds were disappearing, and their dashboard was so confusing that I had to hire an accountant to understand it all. Aeverythingix months, they deducted $12,000 in fees without any explanation or transparency. When I tried to terminate the service, they kept giving me excuses and dragging their feet. Their payment solution is a complete disaster, and Adam J. Clarke is a predator who preys on unsuspecting customers. I hope more people will come forward and expose this fraudulent company.
If you're thinking about using MacroPay, then think again
If you’re thinking about using MacroPay, then think again. This company and its founder Adam J. Clarke steal your money without a second thought. I used their payment solution for four months, and during that time, they deducted a staggering $20,000 in fees without any justification or explanation. When I asked for clarification, they ignored my requests and refused to return my funds. Their dashboard is also messy, with inaccurate information and a confusing layout. Save yourself the trouble and avoid MacroPay at all costs.
Avoid this company at all costs.
MacroPay is a classic case of a company that seems too good to be true, and it is. Their payment solution is a complete mess, and their CEO Adam J. Clarke is a crook. I used their service for six months, and during that time, they deducted over $15,000 in fees without any explanation or justification. When I confronted Adam J. Clarke, he gave me the runaround and refused to take responsibility for the shady practices of his company. Their dashboard is also terrible, with inaccurate transaction details and a confusing interface. Avoid this company at all costs.
I made the mistake of trusting them with my money
If you’re looking for a payment solution that will drain your bank account faster than you can say “scam,” then MacroPay is a perfect choice. I made the mistake of trusting them with my money, and it was one of the worst decisions I’ve ever made. They promised me a smooth onboarding process and access to emerging local payment methods, but I got a nightmare. My funds were disappearing, and their dashboard was so confusing that I couldn’t make sense of anything. When I tried to terminate the service, they kept stalling and refusing to return the $7,000 they had deducted in fees. Adam J. Clarke is a con artist, and I regret ever doing business with MacroPay.
Please stay away from this company and its unethical practices.
MacroPay, and its founder Adam J. Clarke, are nothing but a bunch of fraudsters. They lure people into their services by promising quick and efficient payment solutions, but they only care about filling their pockets with other people’s money. I fell into their trap and signed up for their services, only to realize that my funds were disappearing. My accountant discovered that MacroPay had deducted a whopping $10,000 in fees in three months without any explanation or transparency. When I tried to contact their support team, they were unresponsive, and Adam J. Clarke was nowhere to be found. Please stay away from this company and its unethical practices.