What types of payments you accept on your website for offline clients.

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  1. Vuuloe

    Vuuloe Junior Member

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    Hello,

    What types of payments should I accept on my website for offline clients.

    Thanks
     
  2. Furious George

    Furious George Supreme Member Premium Member

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    oooh.... well......

    checks, cash, money orders, western union, money gram, greendot reload, gold bullion, liberty reserve, paypal, bitcoin, credit cards, moneybookers, liqpay...

    All I can think of off the top of my head.
     
  3. secretmethods

    secretmethods Newbie

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    i use stripe com - u make it what you want (api based) & best part is no monthly fees!
     
  4. Furious George

    Furious George Supreme Member Premium Member

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    I love stripe for online clients... it's awesome! Actually, it's good for offline if you get the credit number.
     
  5. mervat

    mervat BANNED BANNED

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    As they mentioned above, you can use all what they mention, Plus you can still also use regular website payments such as paypal, Payza, etc.
     
  6. PandaDomo

    PandaDomo Senior Member

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    I use PayPal, but check or Western Union is also pretty good :)

    Or to save yourself trouble, you can just meet them in person and collect in cash.
     
  7. carlikito

    carlikito Regular Member

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    Hey guys, how exactly does stripe works? I checked their site, but how can they substitute a normal merchant account/paypal? it seems to easy and simple.

    Any insights will be appreciated.
     
  8. Alinea

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    Cash, cheque, PayPal, Payza & Stripe would be the best choices imo.

    You enter the card details.
     
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    carlikito Regular Member

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    Thanks, but I meant how I don't need a merchant account. I did find the answer.

    Do you know if paypal can be hook to it? like using payflow or payflow links?
     
  11. el_capitan

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    check out freshbooks
     
  12. rose27

    rose27 Newbie

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    hi
    you should accept money in your bank account.