Need some help with paypal? Please? Will pay $20..

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  1. turbolapp

    turbolapp Newbie

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    Hey guys, I need some help.

    I signed up for Paypal a year ago. Everything was going well until I got limited. I sent them everything they needed but they told me that they cannot lift the limit and told me I cannot use Paypal.

    Angrily, I made fake accounts (stealth) but they get limited eventually and it isn't good.

    I run a business on another forum and I get around 3-4 orders daily in total at around $200.

    What payment processor/merchant shall I use? Forget Alertpay. I was thinking about Plimus? They accept Paypal as an option so that would be good.. What about 2checkout? I need a good source which allows me to withdraw my money to my bank on a good basic, eg, every week.

    Please help.
     
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    Thread moved to the "Hire A Freelancer" section.

    "Wiz"
     
  4. skzap

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    Moneybookers ?
     
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    you should go for merchant a/c in paypal...I always prefer Paypal for the safe transaction.
     
  6. daigun

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    Why not Alertpay?
    As for me Alertpay is the best alternative for PayPal.