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Non-Paypal/Google Payment Processors?

Discussion in 'Membership Sites' started by Manwhore, Jun 4, 2012.

  1. Manwhore

    Manwhore Newbie

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    Hi, got a strange problem..! I've set up a popular membership site, it's been operational for close to a year now and got a decent content-drip system (Digital Access Pass), I've got lots of members who love the content, etc., and everything on that end is great.

    However my huge problem is payment processing. Paypal has kicked me off as well as Google Checkout for "explicit" content. It's not porn, I'm just a dating coach. Apparently I cover things in more detail then Google would like *smh*

    I've tried other payment processors like e-junkie or WSO.. however they both actually rely on Paypal to handle the actual money so those are both out. 2Checkout works however they're EXPENSIVE.

    Are there other alternatives?? Thanks for your knowledge guys.
     
  2. paula.19

    paula.19 Newbie

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    alertpay is the best other option i think

    liberty reserve is another but heard too many people got hacked on it to trust it too much
     
  3. dbyrn

    dbyrn Power Member

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    plimus?
    liberty reserve is too much hassle for my taste.

    D.
     
  4. bigfoot1

    bigfoot1 Regular Member

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    Good to see you on here Manwhore.

    Have you tried Moneybookers?

    By the way, does anyone know of a free membership site solution? S2Member is the only one I've seen but it has no integration with e-junkie or wsopro.
     
  5. ChrisDouthit

    ChrisDouthit Registered Member

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    I would checkout PayGear.com they can set you up with your own merchant account so no one can kick you off.
     
  6. social engineer

    social engineer Regular Member

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    commerce gate?

    they can sort out payment processing and direct debiting
     
  7. imperial444

    imperial444 Elite Member

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    MoneyBookers has all the you need, just need to process their verification process
     
  8. amin45

    amin45 Newbie

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    2checkout.com?
     
  9. nipunn12

    nipunn12 Regular Member

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    Sorry but you will have to stay with 2checkout / direct CC.

    Liberty Reserve / Western Union / Other payments that cant get reversed are being used by too many scammers lately. It will be difficult for others to pay and will get veeeeery few buyers unless its something they reaaallly need.
     
  10. Typlo

    Typlo Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    Have you tried Plimus or If nothing works then just take the money via elance or Odesk. That should give you a good oppurtunity. Also I think 2CO is the best in the longer run.
     
  11. Tsongkie

    Tsongkie Regular Member

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    I second plimus. However, you also need a paypal account with them to accept paypal payments.
     
  12. -Jordan-

    -Jordan- Registered Member

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    AlertPay is a good payment processor. Unfortunately, it is not popular with consumers and you may find it difficult to persuade your customers to use it.