Suggest Payment Processor for India Based Business

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  1. $hekhar

    $hekhar Registered Member

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    Hello,

    Please Suggest me the good payment processor for my business that i am going to start in india.
    i opened account on 2CO & Paypal. 2CO having high charges than paypal and paypal sucks in india.
    please share your experience if you have with these payment processors.


    Thanks
    Shekhar
     
  2. shariqcomp6

    shariqcomp6 BANNED BANNED

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    try ccavenue
     
  3. rohit00033

    rohit00033 Regular Member

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    Well I only use paypal and its good
    All u got to do is verify it perfectly and its really awesome
     
  4. VIC SEO

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    we cannot do paypal transactions within india.So its best to keep paypal for foreign based transactions and money bookers ,credit card for india based customers.
     
  5. $hekhar

    $hekhar Registered Member

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    we are expecting huge payments so what do you think it will be fine to use paypal?
     
  6. -ReX-

    -ReX- Power Member

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    Don't use paypal, it will get limited. I suggest you use either Payza or 2Co
     
  7. rohit00033

    rohit00033 Regular Member

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    bro it will not get limited if you provide complete documents and complete verification
    Mine is working really awesome
     
  8. Daniel16

    Daniel16 Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    You can use PayPal for international clients and use Plimus or MB or Alertpay or Money transfer for domestic transactions
     
  9. saegar

    saegar Regular Member

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    Paypal sucks in india really.....
    Use net banking or moneybookers
     
  10. -ReX-

    -ReX- Power Member

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    All accounts will get limited eventually, even 100% legit ones (like mine).
     
  11. rohit00033

    rohit00033 Regular Member

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    Bro mine has never got limited
    All my limits are lifted
    I have Always Given Them Necessary documents as and when they demanded
    So Im a Happy guy with paypal
    Also I would like to appreciate their customer service, Its the best I hve ever seen
     
  12. $hekhar

    $hekhar Registered Member

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    Hey payza seems to be new...hows your experience with 2CO i opened one account on 2CO.
     
  13. krishparmar83

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    I vouch for ccavenue.
     
  14. Mr.VCC

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    i suggest that you use 2CO