I dont have Paypal, What about DealGuardian, Anyone had issues with them

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Hi Warriors,

I dont have paypal since I am looking for payment processors like that of clickbank, where the payment is first deposited into their account and then we can withdraw from them.

I see dealguardian.com works in a similar way but I am concerned a lot about them.

Can you guys please share your experiences with dealguardian.com Good or Bad or Ugly

Thanks
#dealguardian #issues #paypal
  • Profile picture of the author fighterfromCN
    why not to apply for a paypal account?
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    • Profile picture of the author salegurus
      Originally Posted by fighterfromCN View Post

      why not to apply for a paypal account?
      Probably lives in a country thats blacklisted by Paypal...
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  • Profile picture of the author vishwa
    Dealguardian have mixed reviews on internet. I have never try them personally. So, I am not be able to tell most of it. Why you not use PayPal? Any specific reason?
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  • Profile picture of the author BoredMarketer
    Never heard of dealguardian.com. Would recommend you stay with Paypal. Most people use it and trust it. Switching to something else, especially something unknown is going to cost you sales.
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    • Profile picture of the author Kherk Roldan
      Originally Posted by BoredMarketer View Post

      Never heard of dealguardian.com. Would recommend you stay with Paypal. Most people use it and trust it. Switching to something else, especially something unknown is going to cost you sales.
      What do you mean by unknown is going to cost you? They have a great service and the same with paypal they are trusted..
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  • Profile picture of the author msalambrothers33
    Originally Posted by abubakar89 View Post

    Hi Warriors,

    I dont have paypal since I am looking for payment processors like that of clickbank, where the payment is first deposited into their account and then we can withdraw from them.

    I see dealguardian.com works in a similar way but I am concerned a lot about them.

    Can you guys please share your experiences with dealguardian.com Good or Bad or Ugly

    Thanks
    I have been using the PAYPAL & SKRILL for a long time. I know the PAYONEER, ALARTPAY, Western Union also good work, but I do not know about the DEALGUARDIAN. Am I so sorry for my ignorance.
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  • Profile picture of the author Randall Magwood
    You can try Amazon Payments. But they don't allow "internet marketing" or "make money online" products. More specifically.... "direct marketers".

    If you get sales from them, after 14 days you can withdraw your money into your bank account. Do a Google search for "2checkout" also. It's a great merchant account.
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