Affiliate Marketplace that Pays Vendors Thru 2Checkout or Wire Transfer

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Hello Warriors,

I've been reading these forums for some time and I appreciate the marketing knowledge shared.

I just finished my first book. It's about helping first-time entrepreneurs learn how to find
untapped market opportunities.

I would like to use affiliates to sell it to get more sales.

I've checked out networks such clickbank, Jvzoo and Zaxaa but unfortunately, I cannot use any of them. I currently live in a Paypal and clickbank (yes, shocking!) restricted country. And Zaxaa demands paypal pre-approval during registration (??).

I'm currently looking for a network with much affiliates that pays vendors either through 2checkout or wire transfer.

Thanks for commenting. I appreciate.
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  • Profile picture of the author Michael Meaney
    Can you use Stripe?

    You don't have to use Paypal with most platforms.
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    • Profile picture of the author Copy Hustle
      Thanks Michael for responding.

      Stripe is also a "NO."
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  • Profile picture of the author cynthiaSEL
    I suggest you check with other business people in your country and find out which ones they've tried and why they use what they use now.
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  • Profile picture of the author vishwa
    eJunkie also one of the best payment processor for selling digital products and yes they also have affiliate programs like Clickbank and Jvzoo.
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  • Profile picture of the author Copy Hustle
    eJunkie also one of the best payment processor for selling digital products and yes they also have affiliate programs like Clickbank and Jvzoo.
    Thanks for this. I guess I'd have to go with either eJunkie or Gumroad. Still considering GumRoad (which means I'd have to recruit my own affiliates.)

    Thanks for your comments guys.
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