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Indians---- R u still using paypal to process payments

Discussion in 'BlackHat Lounge' started by oblivion19, Jul 30, 2012.

  1. oblivion19

    oblivion19 Senior Member

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    Hey guys,
    Paypal has gone quite a bit of a change in the past few years and is a pain to use for receiving payments.
    My issues with paypal are
    -Cant accept money from Indian buyers
    -Cant keep money in account and auto withdraws every day
    -Transaction fees on the money I receive and a poor dollar rupee exchange eatup in to my profits...

    So, I have seen guys using moneybookers and 2 checkout. Can you guys tell me if its perfect for use in India. No issues with withdrawing to bank account, no issues with using money to spend online and no high fees issue?
     
  2. seopencil

    seopencil Supreme Member

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    2checkout is gud so far for me
     
  3. synfig

    synfig Regular Member

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    One of my friend did setup from CCAvenue. It accepts CC and works for most of the products around the world.
    If you are accepting money from indian users, it makes sensse to enable bank transfers because that is less expensive metthod IMO. Not sure on the implementation side, sorry.Moneybookers bank wire transfer rates are high about 35$ per wire, so be careful. As for 2checkout, not much experience on the setup side. I can't say much about it.
     
  4. tashrif

    tashrif BANNED BANNED

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    Thanks for this info.
    I am also trying to find a different payment processor
     
  5. Intruder

    Intruder Regular Member

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    2co fee is higher then paypal and also conversion from USD to INR is about 5% which is twice of paypal...
    I'm using paypal for receiving payment and moneybooker for purchasing and sending...
    Also I have a VISA card for purchase on fiverr like sites...
     
  6. dariobl

    dariobl BANNED BANNED

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    Guys, no matter where you live - 2Checkout is the best.

    Why?

    1) It's hard for carders ( fraudlent users ) to use stolen cards to buy from you - low chargeback ratio

    2) They can accept Paypal .

    3) People already know much about them and they respect them and believe them

    4) They have fast payments and they are on time.

    They are WAY better than plimus, i used to accept payments via plimus and they are bad, they have low protection on cc processing and since last few months they don't accept paypal payments directly, you must use your own paypal.
     
  7. santhu

    santhu Power Member

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    I am using paypal for receiving payments(Though Can't receive money from indian buyers)
    It really pisses me of.But most sites only accept as paypal.Can't do anything about that.
    Paypal states that they were working abiding the indian government rules.
    Want to see this changes pretty soon.
    I am also thinking of changing the payment procceser to 2checkout.
     
  8. IMwizard

    IMwizard BANNED BANNED

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    i have been using paypal ..... though a bit pissed off with the exchange rates

    moneybookers gives better exchange rates than paypal...but somehow i like paypal..as most of my clients prefer paying from paypal... i take bank transfers from indian customers...

    was thinking of signing up with 2co... but still not sure...

    anyone have any experience with 2co?