Discussion in 'Offline Marketing' started by Vuuloe, Feb 1, 2013.
What types of payments should I accept on my website for offline clients.
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.
i use stripe com - u make it what you want (api based) & best part is no monthly fees!
I love stripe for online clients... it's awesome! Actually, it's good for offline if you get the credit number.
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.
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.
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.
Cash, cheque, PayPal, Payza & Stripe would be the best choices imo.
You enter the card details.
I am only using Plimus
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?
check out freshbooks
you should accept money in your bank account.
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