Please, advise analogs for "ClickBank"

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I'm planning to become a forex Vendor once more, and I'm in search of good payment processor (VISA, paypal, etc) service.

The meaning of "good" could be described as:
no 2 month of waiting for payment after clinet bought the product.
wire transfer
no legal entity required
other miscellaneous things

I was using:
Plimus (as vendor) - they just banned all "forex" accounts.
Clickbank (as affiliator) - they force you to first recive 2 stupid checks to be eligible for wire transfer. I'm living in retarded european county so all this "checks" are alien to me and my banks.
RegNow (as vendor) - super vendor contract conditions, but I had some "troubles" with chargebacks right after payments, so it's complicated...
Click2sell (as affiliator) - Horrible, horrible conditions for affiliators, and Vendors can be payed only by paypal, and in other satanistic ways.
Paypal (didn't tried) - for more then $2000 income they need legal entity documents which I don't' posses...
Google Checkout (didn't tried) - same as paypal

Please, describe your experience if any or maybe thoughts? I would be appreciated even more if you describe negative experience as well.
#advise #analogs #clickbank
  • Profile picture of the author Sensei.Design
    In your case I think even though you don't posses legal entity documents go for Paypal, I'm also based in Europe and know the problems about check payments.

    Besides if I remember right I wasn't required to submit documents for a legal entity it was enough to submit passport and some kind of authorization to run a business. So you don't really require a legal entity
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  • Profile picture of the author Turpen
    Have you checked clicksure or jvzoo
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    • Profile picture of the author Deviator
      Hi,

      Sensei.Design
      Thanks for advice! What kind of authorization you have mentioned, is it a document or just a paypal's "I agree document"? Because if it is governmental document then my beloved country will ask taxes from me.

      Turpen
      Thank you, I will definitely look into their documentations.
      Could you please tell/recall regarding clicksure or jvzoo, what conditions they had? You know, reading their official documents is one, but actual registration or payment time reveals their true face. I mean the "wire transfer" and the "2 month of waiting"
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  • Profile picture of the author Alexa Smith
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    Originally Posted by Deviator View Post

    Clickbank (as affiliator) - they force you to first recive 2 stupid checks to be eligible for wire transfer. I'm living in retarded european county so all this "checks" are alien to me and my banks.
    ClickBank is normally very understanding and co-operative in this common situation, and will typically allow account-holders, having effectively verified their addresses by receiving two checks, to return the initial two checks to them uncashed, by arrangement, and simply add their amounts to the first direct deposit or wire transfer made instead.

    It's not easy to imagine that you'll find a long-term system much more satisfactory than being paid (with ClickBank's reliability) directly into your bank account twice per month, surely?
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