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[Payment Processor] Alternatives to paypal[Help Appreciated]

Discussion in 'Business & Tax Advice' started by Neo240, Sep 17, 2011.

  1. Neo240

    Neo240 Power Member

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    Hi guys
    My problem is such: I dont have a PAN card,so cant open a paypal. After reading the forum i also dont want it. Unfortunately many users still use paypal so i m stuck.

    What i have :- A moneybookers account and alertpay account with my bank account.

    What i want:- To be able to accept paypal payments, and also use my current processor to buy things online.

    I cant have an merchant account and i also checked plimus but they dont pay with AP or MB.

    All ideas are considered. Can i have a us or canada bank acc which i can use?
    The paypal problemin India is really getting on my nerves. Also does offshore banks acceptable to paypal?

    So guys please suggest something. Sorry about the format. currently on mobile with limited features...no tapatalk isnt supported in nokia.

    Thanks Neo.

    Goodnight BHW
     
  2. ALT F4

    ALT F4 Newbie

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    Plimus? - Works with PayPal too.
     
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  3. Neo240

    Neo240 Power Member

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    Plimus accepts paypal but doesnt pay by alertpay or moneybookers etc.

    I want something like plimus that accepts paypal and pays me through other e currencies except paypal.

    Still thanks for taking your time to answer. Much appreciated.
     
  4. blackhatbbq

    blackhatbbq Junior Member

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    I quoted this from another thread in BHW


    some saif they are asking for 1800$ set up fee

    or you can chose the same service in the philippines where set up fee is lot cheaper. some $500

    ***just my opinion***
     
  5. GangsterProfit

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    Google checkout?

    If you know anybody that you really trust in the US, you could potentially try to get them to open a Paypal account for you...