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What is Your Favorite PayPal Alternative?

Discussion in 'Payment Processing' started by alinasandor, Jun 10, 2014.

  1. RichardGB

    RichardGB Greenhorn

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    #61
    Have you ever used Google Wallet before? Is there any hidden problems?
    SEMrush
     
    RichardGB, Oct 15, 2014 IP
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  2. memithun

    memithun Well-Known Member

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    #62
    i did not. i tried to uses it to buy nexus device but their shipping is only for US.
     
    memithun, Oct 18, 2014 IP
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    Kluivert07 Greenhorn

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    #63
    Mine is Payza
     
    Kluivert07, Nov 3, 2014 IP
  4. ServStrong

    ServStrong Peon

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    #64
    2Checkout is good but their fees not :)
    Skrill is not very popular except you use their direct processing service
    ccavenue is for Indian sellers (I'm not sure)
    Stripe.com is good but they do not offer their service to all countries (at this time)
    Adyen.com they are good in fees and in payment options they offer (they accept about 300 local payments options)
     
    ServStrong, Nov 8, 2014 IP
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  5. felguard

    felguard Active Member

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    #65
    From a merchant's standpoint, I believe Stripe is best for receiving payments. I use to use AlertPay, now known as Payza, and they were pretty good for me back then, not so sure about now though.
     
    felguard, Nov 11, 2014 IP
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    Ben Weir Active Member

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    #66
    I believe Money booker. :)
     
    Ben Weir, Nov 12, 2014 IP
  7. EduAffiliates

    EduAffiliates Member Affiliate Manager

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    #67
    2checkout is great, but a little bit expensive. Braintree used to be good, but in Sept 2013 PayPal bought that company, thus it's not an alternative anymore. Also Stripe looks pretty attractive. I would suggest giving them a shot.
     
    EduAffiliates, Nov 19, 2014 IP
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    EduAffiliates Member Affiliate Manager

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    #68
    There is no Moneybookers anymore. It's called Skrill
     
    EduAffiliates, Nov 19, 2014 IP
  9. Being Prolific

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    #69
    Mine is Payoneer. There are not much options available in Nepal. I think Payoneer is the best alternative to paypal in nepal.
    http://www.beingprolific.com/payoneer-an-alternative-to-paypal-in-nepal-2/
     
    Last edited: Nov 23, 2014
    Being Prolific, Nov 23, 2014 IP
  10. khando1

    khando1 Peon

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    #70
    Still looking to find it..

    IN a nutshell:

    Good:

    Amazon payments (Seems good)
    Squarecash (Looks promising, fairly new service. Hope email security wont be issue

    Mixed:

    Adyen
    Stripe looks promising (has the same 2.9%+ 0ยข per successful charge)
    Fastpay (only email support)
    Fastspring (can accept paypal)
    Google wallet
    Gspay
    ikobo - lack of customer service
    Merchantinc review according to Bsntech: Costs for Merchant Inc.
    - No Setup or Application Fee
    - BUT there is a $25 charge to verify your 'business entity' and charged within 30 days
    - 1.9% per transaction plus 25 cents plus 2 cents for an acquirer fee
    - 25 cents DAILY for days with successful payments
    - $7.95 per month - $6.95 a month goes to Authorize.net and the $1.00 goes to Merchant Inc (I guess? - they call it a $1 a month billing charge)
    - $4.95 per month - for regulation charges
    - $160 per YEAR for PCI Compliance
    - $30 per month if not PCI Compliant
    Nochex
    Paxum
    Paypal
    Serve aka revolutionmoneyexchange (customer service lacking, diff to close)

    Don't knows:

    Allied Wallet, (2.9 percent plus a 30p but uncertain as terms may change)
    Braintree
    Authorize.net
    Clicksure & Click2sell (seem good but I don't do affiliate marketing)
    Flint (Looks good, fairy new service)
    Kagi
    Merchee
    Noca
    Obopay (same model like paypal)
    Paydivvy
    Payoneer,
    Popmoney (aka zashpay) - no credit card support just bank.
    both members must have account
    Sparkpay (fairly new )
    Snapchat's "Snapcash" (new service)
    Venmo
    Zaxaa,

    As you can see I mentioned these, the rest read negative re:
    BAD services : (like 2co/2checkout - expensive, clickbank, dwolla,
    liberty reserve, moneybookers/skrill,netelleribill,ccbill,payza,paypoint,
    wepay,paytoo,verotel,xoom).

    If you know any other, preferrably that accept Paypal payments its a plus
     
    Last edited: Nov 29, 2014
    khando1, Nov 29, 2014 IP
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    #71
    Actually Moneybookers doesn't exist anymore it's called Skrill now and i can honestly recommend them i have been their member four years now never had a single issue. Support is very good and responsive and the fees are extremly low considering how much paypal is charging for transaction and withdrawals.
     
    SasaIlic, Nov 30, 2014 IP
  12. khando1

    khando1 Peon

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    Don't know I don't feel comfortable going to SKRILL til they fix their negative reviews
     
    khando1, Dec 6, 2014 IP
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    #73
    Stripe one of my favorites
     
    DAWalker, Dec 8, 2014 IP
  14. ServStrong

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    #74
    Go with Adyen.com, then you will be able to accept more than 250 international and local payment methods with one solution, (Visa, Master, PayPal, Skrill and ...) you can see the list here
    https://www.adyen.com/home/payment-network/payment-methods.html
    Their pricing is better than others
     
    ServStrong, Dec 8, 2014 IP
  15. Morezz

    Morezz Banned

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    #75
    Moneybookers is the best Paypal alternative.
     
    Morezz, Dec 13, 2014 IP
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    #76
    Direct bank transfer and hard cash.
     
    Content Maestro, Dec 13, 2014 IP
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    #77
    Nothing beats a REAL merchant account, I'm in the industry, worked with paypal for a long time. They cant touch the rates I can give. The only benefit paypal has is instant availability to funds in some cases. Where a merchant has to wait for the following business day.
     
    quamz0, Dec 13, 2014 IP
  18. enterprisemind

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    #78
    I'm considering getting involved with Online Casinos which don't accept Paypal. But, they all accept Moneybookers/Skrill. I'm skeptical. What's been you experience with them?
     
    enterprisemind, Dec 18, 2014 IP
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    enterprisemind Member

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    Hi Jennifer, How long have you used Skrill?
     
    enterprisemind, Dec 18, 2014 IP
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    pwhrita Active Member

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    #80
    Try payza..
     
    pwhrita, Dec 18, 2014 IP