If you were leaving PayPal, what's the next best closest alternative?

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If you were leaving PayPal, what's the next best closest alternative?

Which would be the best alternative similar merchant service provider to go with for accepting payments?

Why would you choose that one?
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  • Profile picture of the author Nice Sabino
    Aside from PayPal, I'm also using Payoneer and HyperWallet, both are very convenient. I never had issues and I can easily transfer my credits to my bank account without any delays.
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  • Profile picture of the author webmarke
    Payza is my favorite. It's like paypal but they also allow you to exchange your bitcoin on their platform.

    They will even provide you with a bitcoin wallet address, so that you can except bitcoin and it will go straight o your payza account.
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  • Profile picture of the author vishwa
    Payoneer is a good option after the PayPal and it is one of the convenient ways to receive funds online. I am using them from past few days and never had any issues with them.
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  • I would do email money transfer.

    Because all transactions are tracked by your actual bank and also the other persons bank.
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  • Profile picture of the author Brent Stangel
    If you were leaving PayPal,
    Why are you "leaving PayPal?"

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    • Profile picture of the author Nina Petrov
      I just need to find a better long term solution
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  • Profile picture of the author ninosem
    I also suggest you Payoneer. I use it for few years now, without problems. Transactions are fast, you can easily withdraw with payment card or transfer money to bank account.
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  • Profile picture of the author Steve L
    Originally Posted by Nina Petrov View Post

    If you were leaving PayPal, what's the next best closest alternative?

    Which would be the best alternative similar merchant service provider to go with for accepting payments?

    Why would you choose that one?
    I like Sendowl w/ Stripe Integration. Of course, if you're programming chops are strong enough, you don't need Sendowl and can just use Stripe.
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    • Profile picture of the author nicheblogger75
      Originally Posted by Steve L View Post

      I like Sendowl w/ Stripe Integration. Of course, if you're programming chops are strong enough, you don't need Sendowl and can just use Stripe.
      Actually, Stripe doesn't require you to have a lot of programming knowledge unless you are trying to integrate with your own e-commerce site that you built or had built.

      Even then, I believe if you use services like Shopify, the integration is fairly easy.

      I know that you can easily use Stripe to collect payment on Warrior Plus, and I think JVZoo as well.

      Also, if you have WordPress they have a plugin which makes it extremely easy to use Stripe. I believe you just need to have a valid SSL certificate in order to collect payment from your site.

      You can also install the WooCommerce plugin and collect payments with Stripe very easily. Again, you just need an SSL certificate in order to do it. I believe you can even use a free SSL certificate on your WordPress site and that would allow you to do it.

      Here's a bunch of Stripe plugins to choose form that will make it easy to collect payment with Stripew if you are using WordPress:

      https://wordpress.org/plugins/search/stripe/

      You do not need an SSL certificate if you are listing products through Warrior Plus or JVZoo because the customer is checking out from their site and they obviously have their own SSL certificates.

      Aside form Stripe, I think the next choice would be Payza. The only thing that scares me about Payza is a while back they had some kind of issue with the bank that handled payment processing in the United States and all US citizens who had Payza accounts had their accounts frozen and were unable to withdraw their funds.

      I believe in the end those funds were lost for good, but don't quote me on that. Luckily, I only had about $4 in there at the time, but I'm sure there were plenty of others who lost. a considerable amount of money. As far as I know that situation was overcome and they are now good to go. I understand that they are also growing in popularity quite rapidly.

      I've also heard that SolidTrustPay is a legit processor, although I've never used them so I cannot really recommend them. I do have a Payoneer account, but have not used it. Many others have said it's a good choice and valid processor, though.

      That said, I don't think any other processor is as popular or as big as PP, and I have to wonder why you'd want to leave them.
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  • Profile picture of the author korekuping
    webmoney or stripe 100%
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  • Profile picture of the author AlexPam
    Try Skrill as well. Though PayPal is in most cases better.
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  • Profile picture of the author chrisniel
    I would go with PAYZA definitely as it is one my favorite.
    If you have e-commerce store and want payment gateway I would suggest getting STRIPE ACCOUNT.
    Originally Posted by Nina Petrov View Post

    If you were leaving PayPal, what's the next best closest alternative?

    Which would be the best alternative similar merchant service provider to go with for accepting payments?

    Why would you choose that one?
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    • Profile picture of the author Nina Petrov
      I tried Payza. Total nightmare. I don't recommend them at all, unless you like wasting time. So many of these payment processors are a joke. Why are they even online? That includes some big names. I found one that seems to be pretty straight forward, so I'm hoping it works.
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  • Profile picture of the author AlexPam
    Does HyperWallet work globally?
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  • Profile picture of the author Mohamad Nasr
    I am using Payoneer since 3 years now and have zero issue with them, you can withdraw your money from any ATM around the world and you can transfer to your bank account.
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    • Profile picture of the author Nina Petrov
      Originally Posted by Mohamad Nasr View Post

      I am using Payoneer since 3 years now and have zero issue with them, you can withdraw your money from any ATM around the world and you can transfer to your bank account.
      Can you accept credit cards using Payoneer? When you say: "I'm using payoneer" What do you mean by that exactly? I thought you can't use payoneer to actually take the payment? Maybe I'm wrong??? Am I???
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  • Profile picture of the author celente
    Stripe and paypal work fine for me.

    Pepole think there is a better merchant, no if people want what you are selling they will hand over details.

    But stripe is good. I hear there is an up and coming payment processor as well.
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  • Profile picture of the author echecks
    The answer to your question lies in various factors, such as: Are you in the high risk space? i.e. What vertical is your business in? Are you looking due to an issue with fees? payout? Are you looking for just credit card processing?
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