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India merchant processing

Discussion in 'BlackHat Lounge' started by GreenGoblin, Feb 19, 2011.

  1. GreenGoblin

    GreenGoblin BANNED BANNED

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    Which merchant processor are you guys using now over there? I'm about to start doing some business in india, and I know paypal is giving yall hell, have you guys found a solution yet?
     
  2. MirrorSide

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    is e-junkie a suitable answer?
     
  3. MirrorSide

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    is e-junkie a suitable answer?
     
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    is e-junkie a suitable answer?
     
  5. dennismorris14

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    MoneyBookers,EntroPay,Payoneer (Currently Blocked in India)
     
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  6. satyawrat

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    For processing cards, ccaveneue is the best option i can think of.
    Paypal, anybody except IMers hardly use it here...
     
  7. seosutra

    seosutra Regular Member

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    reading the moneybrookers, it seems it you cant avail the plastic card ( like Entropy ) for India and hence cant withdraw money - Suckers !
     
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    Paypal is not giving us hell. They are only falling in line with the regulator.

    You can receive payments through paypal. Only, you have the transfer the money to your bank account in India compulsorily.

    You cannot use paypal balances to pay for online purchases. You must use a credit card tied to your paypal account if you want to pay for something.

    These are the impact of the latest directives from the central bank that paypal has to comply with.
     
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  9. GreenGoblin

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    No, and it's a stupid answer not to mention your just trying to increase post count, when did ejunkie become a merchant processor.