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Paypal Alternative - The Real Deal

Discussion in 'White Hat SEO' started by hootnholla, Mar 23, 2008.

  1. hootnholla

    hootnholla Junior Member

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    Ok, after commenting on other forums about Paypal issues and going through them myself I did some research on Paypal Alternatives and have stumbled across a Paypal Alternative that is authorized by Ebay. This system is beautiful. A REAL Merchant Account.

    Check out the video of how they work here

    https://www.auctioncheckout.com/checkout.html

    This is for all the Paypal users that have been screwed over in the past.

    Http://www.AuctionCheckout.com

    Give Ebay another shot!
     
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  2. JonD6996

    JonD6996 Junior Member

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    For anyone who was screwed by Paypal yet still want to be able to accept paypal then take a look at CCNow.com They are a merchant account provider that you can also accept paypal payments through.
     
  3. izm

    izm Regular Member

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    4.99% of Gross Sale

    isn't that kinda high?
     
  4. JonD6996

    JonD6996 Junior Member

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    It is high, but the other alternative is to give up paypal.. If you only want to accept credit card payments then they definitely aren't the most economical choice though.
     
  5. blackrain010

    blackrain010 Junior Member

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    The auctioncheckout.com is suited to higher volume accounts. If you are doing 4-5k per month the high fees should not matter.
     
  6. izm

    izm Regular Member

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    at 5% damn right it'd matter...
     
  7. JonD6996

    JonD6996 Junior Member

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    It's just a matter of do you want to accept paypal or not..
     
  8. h1dd3n

    h1dd3n Regular Member

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    there are a lot of paypal alternatives.

    http://www.2co.com (lets you accept paypal payments without a paypal account)
    http://www.ccnow.com (lets you accept paypal payments without a paypal account)
    https://merchantplus.com/
    http://www.cdgcommerce.com

    dont worry none of those are aff links
     
  9. nonguru

    nonguru Newbie

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    I use to use Paypal before they **cked me!
    I used paypal only on ebay selling $20,000 every 2 weeks!
    They froze my account and still have my money!

    I now have a merchant account! Get one!

    I also have a non greedy paypal alternative! They are
    just like paypal but NO FEES!

    They give you $25 just for signing up by May 15th!
    They sent my $25 the same day!

    Click here to get your $25 before May 15th!
     
  10. Damien15

    Damien15 Junior Member

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    If you are using a referral-link, at least tell people about it so they don't feel like they're just getting used.
    And besides, you get the 25$ even if you sign up directly at their site. ;)
    Don't get me wrong! There's nothing wrong with using referral-links,
    but IMHO you should tell people whenever you get something for referring them. :)
     
  11. whatsup

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    www*revolutionmoneyexchange*com only accepts US users ;((
     
  12. smarty

    smarty Newbie

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    Hi nonguru,

    Why don't you tell that www.revol*utionmoneyex*change.com is for US citizens only?

    Think that there are more than 200 countries in the universe!
    USA is only one among them.

    Why U waste the time of other people from 199+ countries?
    I lost my 20 minutes. Hmmm...
     
  13. jason10

    jason10 Newbie

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  14. ProtoProtoss

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    nice list. There is also that Revolutionary Money Exchange place (my bottom link in sig) that is free to send or receive payments. They also give you $25.00 to start using them, and $10.00 for each person who joins from you. They are a new company and have invested a certain amount just to get the word out, as there goal is to take paypal's place basically (meaning for auctions, etc.) I guess they don't realize eBay and Paypal are the same people now, so that's pretty much not gonna happen.
     
  15. MoneyMafia

    MoneyMafia Regular Member

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    I give my vote to AlertPay .. Withdrew about 50K over the time with them without any major problem .. just a phone call and asked me where do I have so much money and a request to get verified ..After provided my docs all gone smoothly
     
  16. sugarwillis

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    hmm ill have to try them out