Online Payment Processor for non-US/non-EU businesses? (Stripe alternative)

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Is there any Online Payment Processor (specifically one that accepts credit card payments) that operates outside the US/EU?
Of course, the less verification the better. I want to know if I can accept Credit Card payments without registering a company.
 

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Stripe works outside US/EU
 
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2checkout accepts you even if you don't have a company.
Are you sure about this? I manually checked now and they do require proof upon sign up, refer to this link: https://knowledgecenter.2checkout.com/Onboarding/Activate-and-set-up-your-2Checkout-account
 
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Well which country are you in so maybe we can help you better?
I wanted to leave it general so that everyone can benefit from the thread, since Stripe is restricted to a limited set of countries. But my country if you need to know is Lebanon
 

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I doubt you'll find any reputable business offering this kind of merchant functionality, as it would just leave a huge wide open door for illegal activities and money laundering.
 

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Are you sure my friend about this? I mean without company address??
You'll have to give your residence address. No company is going to work with you without knowing who you are. It at least saves you the hassle of registering a company and when people are just trying to get a validation of their idea, registering a company is just a waste of time and money.
Rates are high with 2checkout, but once you start getting the money, you can always move out to a better company.
 

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Paysera? Never used it but I’ve heard of it here in the forum a few times
 

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You'll have to give your residence address. No company is going to work with you without knowing who you are. It at least saves you the hassle of registering a company and when people are just trying to get a validation of their idea, registering a company is just a waste of time and money.
Rates are high with 2checkout, but once you start getting the money, you can always move out to a better company.

Thank you friend. This's going to use for my next project then. I have stripe on my list first, but now I think I need to try this 2CO, because it's working more countries than stripe.
 
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I had an account with them as an individual. Gave my personal id and home address. Had no issues. Got approved in 3 days.
I wasn't dropshipping btw.

So are you saying that when you applied they didn't require these documents? Or you left them blank and they approved your account anyway?

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So are you saying that when you applied they didn't require these documents? Or you left them blank and they approved your account anyway?

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Mine was an individual or sole proprietorship (unregistered). I just gave my govt. Issued ID card and address proof, that's it. They didn't ask for anything else. They didn't ask for my tax ID but I gave that too in additional documents.
 
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Mine was an individual or sole proprietorship (unregistered). I just gave my govt. Issued ID card and address proof, that's it. They didn't ask for anything else. They didn't ask for my tax ID but I gave that too in additional documents.
I will try that and see if it works, thank you for your help.
 
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Oh my bad. That’s confusing. Shopify had Paysera listed for payment processors in Lebanon.
Could be outdated info, more and more companies are dropping Lebanon from their supported countries list every day
 
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