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Seller oriented paypal alternative

Discussion in 'Dropshipping & Wholesale Hookups' started by ramenraider, Jan 9, 2011.

  1. ramenraider

    ramenraider Newbie

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    I'm looking for a payment system that is able to accept credit cards so that I can sell game codes. I've done it in the past with paypal, but basically anyone can chargeback and win. I usually shipped a piece of paper with the codes so I beat most disputes but it's very annoying.

    Anyone have any experience with any other cc accepting services that don't allow chargebacks or offer digital product protection?

    ps: I searched around but found nothing too solid.
     
  2. soft1700

    soft1700 Newbie

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    you can do alertpay
     
  3. ramenraider

    ramenraider Newbie

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    That basically looks the same as paypal when working with chargebacks and seller protection... Have you used it or have any real information on it?
     
  4. dra$tic

    dra$tic BANNED BANNED

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    I use AP and have never had any issues with it, as opposed to PP where I've had countless nightmares.. granted I was a seller on eBay which is owned by them. But anything is a step up from RapePal
     
  5. sagarbest

    sagarbest Senior Member

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    well you will never get anything like that , I guess.. try escrow but still you get paid only when the buyer clicks on got my product and so on. So that's risky too . I am also looking for something like that to integrate it into my website , anyone?
     
  6. MoneyMission1

    MoneyMission1 Newbie

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    has anyone tried moneybrokers? im thinking of using it
     
  7. HannahMontana

    HannahMontana BANNED BANNED

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    I know that CCNow will take everything AND Paypal payments, but there is a 45 day wait from the moment that you register/first sale to when you will start getting payouts.
     
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    trex191 Regular Member

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    CCNow has terrible reviews, do not even bother to use that.
     
  9. rovevnc

    rovevnc Newbie

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    moneybooker
     
  10. jheyslow

    jheyslow Senior Member

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    I been using moneybookers two months now so far no problem. Less fee quick withdrawal. Accepts credit card and bank transfer.
     
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  11. OnlineGodfather

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    Moneybookers is good, its better then paypal for me.