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Payment processor advice needed

Discussion in 'Business & Tax Advice' started by huubert, Jul 7, 2014.

  1. huubert

    huubert Registered Member

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    Hey all!

    Need some help, perhaps someone has some previous experience.
    I run an ecommerce site which sells set-top boxes. It's semi-legal, as there are channels which are prodcasted without agreement.
    For around a year everything went fine, but most probably due to the World Cup we are having issues. The factory/owner of the brand is in trouble as well.
    So far we have been using PayPal (don't lecture me here, I know it's risky. But I've been doing it for years with ecigs and similar high-risk stuff. Without a single problem :D). But now the account got limited due to copyright infringement. We removed the channel list + everything related to the World Cup and switched to a new account. But the risk remains.

    Could anyone recommend me some online processor with reasonable rates and which is easy to join? Doesn't have to be extremely high-risk most probably. Just one that does not shut me down because of 1 complaint. The brand itself isn't widely known and you'd have to dig deeper to find out that it's not 100% legal service. Refund/dispute rate is quite OK, monthly revenue around $50,000 and average transaction $300-$400.

    Thanks! :)
     
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  2. da1ghost

    da1ghost Newbie

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    Hi,

    I can help you with this.

    sky pe me (nilesh.hirani)
     
  3. PHPInjected

    PHPInjected Elite Member

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    Try Skrill or Payza. I know there is a skrill plugin that integrates with Woocommerce and it is free.
     
  4. Wallet14

    Wallet14 Newbie

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    Where is your business incorporated? If you're in Europe I can suggest some decent ones, not high risk processors though.
    You can look into it, there are many reputable service providers that are able to process anywhere in the world.
     
  5. Bobbs

    Bobbs Newbie

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    Try Kayswallet in the UK. Rates should be decent.