Paypal Alternative with account Debit Card?

by rhapathy 7 replies
Long time lurker on these forums.

I have a small web design agency that does a pretty good volume of clients, and I need a good alternative to Paypal that offers an account Debit Card to withdraw and have access to funds.

I want to keep this short, but after being a PayPal customer since PayPal was even a company, I'm finally fed up with their really bad customer service and horrible business ethics.


So.. Question is: What's the best Paypal Alternative that also either offer quick/same day bank transfers or an account Debit Card linked to funds for spending and ATM withdrawls?
#offline marketing #account #alternative #card #debit #paypal
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