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High Risk Payment Processor

Discussion in 'Business & Tax Advice' started by pringlez, Sep 16, 2014.

  1. pringlez

    pringlez BANNED BANNED

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    Hey guys,

    I am looking for a high risk payment processor that can take payments online from your website and then will send you a check or wire you your earnings after a couple of weeks.

    I would also like their checkout system to be easy to implement. Recommendations appreciated.

    Thanks
     
  2. abhi007

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    lol are you kidding members on this forum?
     
  3. pringlez

    pringlez BANNED BANNED

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    What do you mean?
     
  4. OaktownGary

    OaktownGary Newbie

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    I am starting to work with a company called magicpay (I can't yet post urls but Google search is your friend.) Do your own due diligence. For more do a search in this forum and others, there are a few more threads. I am not sure I can can post other forum names here but there's at least three I check regularly.

    A lot depends on which country you have your company incorporated, where you do business and what form of high risk business. Most High risk payment processors specialize in specific industries and won't touch others so keep searching. I am still learning everyday...
     
  5. IMerSince1997

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    Have a look at 2co .It will be the easiest for you for the beginning
     
  6. cleanguy2

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    You can't get payments that fast from high risk transactions.
    Usually they hold certain % of money up to 6 months.

    But be careful there is a lot of scammers in that field (holding is just an excuse, they tend to run with your money).
     
  7. OaktownGary

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    So is there a system used by you and other forum members, sort of a best practices, to identify these scammers? Is there a Payment processors industry group that polices this group?