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Using PayMate or ProPay

Discussion in 'Ebay' started by SinCitySeller, Jul 14, 2011.

  1. SinCitySeller

    SinCitySeller Newbie

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    I've had about 6-7 Paypal accounts in the past two years all limited. I'm fed up with it...I don't know who isn't.

    I know MoneyBookers is a good PayPal alternative.
    Has anyone used Paymate or ProPay?
    What are your experiences with these companies?
     
  2. silentthunder

    silentthunder Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    Haven't heard of them but I hear if you buy gaypal accounts they want you to
    re-verify every month. Buy moneybookers once and no more worries.
     
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    silentthunder Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    I don't sell accounts guys.
     
  4. rhino2020

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    Can someone with paypal pay you if you accept another service like moneybookers or propay?
     
  5. SinCitySeller

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    Silentthunder:
    I'm considering opening up a Moneybookers account. From what i've heard there's much less hassle maintaining one as opposed to GayPal.

    rhino2020:
    No. But other services can still process your credit card payment without having an account.
     
  6. rhino2020

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    I think ccnow is the way to go. You can still accept paypal payments and credit and debit cards. Just invoice your buyers with a link to pay through ccnow and they can still use their pp account and be "covered" under pp protection.
     
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    Moneybookers is no doubt a very good option. But you cannot spend from it because it is not widely accepted, nor there is any way like PayPal -- > Moneybookers.

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