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Which payment processor allows seling: facebook likes, twiter followers, youtube views

Discussion in 'Business & Tax Advice' started by zpchips, Jun 7, 2012.

  1. zpchips

    zpchips Registered Member

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    As the title says

    Which payment processor will allow selling:
    • facebook likes/fans
    • twitter followers
    • youtube views


    not many allow this, 2checkout will allow it? clickbank?
     
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    Clickbank & 2checkout will ban you for it. You probably need a merchant account, but they might ban you for it if Google or Facebook complains.
     
  3. zpchips

    zpchips Registered Member

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    what about regnow?
    any chance with them?
     
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    saw some sites using 2checkout but ill guess ill need better to ask them directly, what are the forex people using atm?
     
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    Actually I have know some people to use paypal. But you have to be smart
    about it and not list that the actual products are " Likes " ect. Just put a order
    number. Then you should be safe.

    Good Luck
     
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    yea most dealers are doing it with paypal

    would be cool to have it aside and some gateway payment processor, but idk which one

    what are forex niches using?
     
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    *DELETED* As I misread the post lol
     
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    That seems to be the best available option now.
     
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    what about regnow?
     
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    You could always use "E-currency" payment processors like:

    www.libertyreserve.com
    www.hd-money.com

    Both of those are pretty good and won't ban you regardless of what you're selling. But of course, if you want to use those you have to deal with the whole account funding, and cashing out, which easily costs 3% each day. Also it'll turn away a lot of your customers who aren't familiar with them.
     
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    Yea thats the thing, customers dont want to hassle they want to either pay mostly with cc or paypal
    so looking some gateway like plimus was before they restricted tons of bussiness

    what do forex people use?
     
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    paypal will close it down on the first 1-3 complaints