Can someone help recommend a good Paypal Alternative to send an invoice?

by Gengis
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Hello Warriors!

I sell Facebook Marketing services to business owners and tonight i ran into an issue that had never happened before..

This real estate investor wants to pay me for marketing so i sent him a paypal buy now button to pay but his account is banned so the credit card he wanted to pay with (His only credit card) is linked to his banned account and they won't even let him use it to pay me..

Is there a good alternative online to send an invoice that doesn't take forever to process and allows to sell marketing services that anyone can refer to me?

Thanks a lot!

P.S. I've always used paypal and never ran into this issue so it's my fult for not having a plan b i know..
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  • Try Payza, it is similar to Paypal.
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    • Profile picture of the author Gengis
      Originally Posted by onlinemoneymakerguy View Post

      Try Payza, it is similar to Paypal.
      Thanks man, checking them out now..
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    • Profile picture of the author Des Lau
      Originally Posted by onlinemoneymakerguy View Post

      Try Payza, it is similar to Paypal.
      Just of note. Payza requires the buyer to open up an account and deposit funds first. Cumbersome.

      ...and also their account verification with a Mastercard does not work. Go figure :rolleyes:
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      • Originally Posted by Des Lau View Post

        Just of note. Payza requires the buyer to open up an account and deposit funds first. Cumbersome.

        ...and also their account verification with a Mastercard does not work. Go figure :rolleyes:
        I verified my account with no issue.

        I am using Payza since 2009 or 2010, I highly recommend it.
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  • Profile picture of the author codyash
    Well, I know you could use Google Checkout, as they're not tied in with paypal. You can check out their guidelines here. Google Checkout Program Policies and Guidelines
    I know that their policy states that because your product is not a tangible good, and its a service that it doesn't qualify for their "Payment Guarantee Policy" (section 8 part A from the link above)

    I'm not sure if that's extremely important in your situation or not. But its an idea!

    Hope that helps! Good luck!
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    • Profile picture of the author Gengis
      Originally Posted by codyash View Post

      Well, I know you could use Google Checkout, as they're not tied in with paypal. You can check out their guidelines here. Google Checkout Program Policies and Guidelines
      I know that their policy states that because your product is not a tangible good, and its a service that it doesn't qualify for their "Payment Guarantee Policy" (section 8 part A from the link above)

      I'm not sure if that's extremely important in your situation or not. But its an idea!

      Hope that helps! Good luck!
      Thanks for the heads up on the policy Cody.. Yea that kind of scares me.. He actually told me he would mail it and i wanted to make it as easy as possible for him because i have been in different businesses for awhile and one thing i know is the harder you make it for someone to pay or the more steps they have to take, the longer it takes for them to do their part if they even pay..

      THis is why i am looking for something easy like a pay button he can just click on from home and pay ..
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  • Profile picture of the author carnal
    I think you can try Moneybookers, Neteller or Payza. Payza is actually very similar to Paypal, in terms of features and fees.

    Moneybookers is pretty good too.
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  • What about Escrow.com ?
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  • Profile picture of the author Caleb Spilchen
    Hi Gengis,

    Here's a rather large list of PayPal alternatives for you to select from:

    http://www.warriorforum.com/main-int...ernatives.html

    Cheers,

    Caleb
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