Besides Paypal, what else payment processor using to sell digital product?

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Hi,

I think the thread title is detailed enough, what is your suggestion?

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  • Profile picture of the author Zodiax
    Paypal is the most used payment processor.

    What are you selling?
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    I think PayPal most preferred payment processor.. correct me if I'm wrong here are the list of other payment processor.

    1 Paypal
    2 Payoneer
    3 Payza
    4 MoneyGram
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  • Profile picture of the author veekay31
    Alertpay, Payza and Ebid are few that I've heard are good.
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  • Profile picture of the author Leon Zykos
    I've used before Payza, but generally paypal should satisfy most of your needs.

    Hope that helps.
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  • Profile picture of the author Walt SEO
    2Checkout is reliable but tad bit expensive. Had friends turn from Paypal to 2Checkout.
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    Isn't Payza going through some sort of regulatory issues in America at the moment?
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  • Profile picture of the author JoelDean
    Zaxaa, Paypal, Productpay and Digiresults works me best.
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  • Profile picture of the author mathewboly
    I have seen every one tell here 1 Paypal, 2 Payoneer, 3 Payza, 4 MoneyGram. Here I would like to ad the SKRILL / moneybookers. In the first position is Paypal. then any alternative.
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  • Profile picture of the author Mark Hess
    For a digital product...

    DealGuardian - DealGuardian - It's basically a Clickbank alternative: "We process payments for you. You don't need your own merchant account.

    That is right: we process all your sale orders on your behalf so you don't need to use your own merchant account or PayPal account. Then, within as shortly as 10 days, we forward your profits to you via PayPal, check or bank wire (your choice).

    No hassle, no headaches, no risks: we process your sales on your behalf, and you get paid just a few days later in one single bundle payment at your convenience.

    Our transaction fees are ultra-low: as low as 4.95% + $0.30 per transaction. This is among the most competitive fees in the industry."

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    DPD - DPD – Digital Product Delivery | Sell Downloads | Digital Publishing | Sell Downloads, eBooks, and More - Digital Product Delivery can deliver your digital product and process payments from places like Stripe, Authorize.net, SagePay, 2checkout, etc... it's a great solution as DPD takes care of payment processor integration which can be a hassle. I've been using them for years, great service.
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    • Profile picture of the author ebooksmaster
      I had the same question the op asked and i think your answer is very helpful.I have tried most other things like payza and skrill but they don't convert like paypal.I amgoing to checkout the sites you mentioed.Thanks.
      Originally Posted by Mark Hess View Post

      For a digital product...

      DealGuardian - DealGuardian - It's basically a Clickbank alternative: "We process payments for you. You don't need your own merchant account.

      That is right: we process all your sale orders on your behalf so you don't need to use your own merchant account or PayPal account. Then, within as shortly as 10 days, we forward your profits to you via PayPal, check or bank wire (your choice).

      No hassle, no headaches, no risks: we process your sales on your behalf, and you get paid just a few days later in one single bundle payment at your convenience.

      Our transaction fees are ultra-low: as low as 4.95% + $0.30 per transaction. This is among the most competitive fees in the industry."

      OR

      DPD - DPD - Digital Product Delivery | Sell Downloads | Digital Publishing | Sell Downloads, eBooks, and More - Digital Product Delivery can deliver your digital product and process payments from places like Stripe, Authorize.net, SagePay, 2checkout, etc... it's a great solution as DPD takes care of payment processor integration which can be a hassle. I've been using them for years, great service.
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  • Profile picture of the author Rod Cortez
    Originally Posted by baokhau View Post

    Hi,

    I think the thread title is detailed enough, what is your suggestion?

    Bao
    Some of these are out of date, but it's still a good list:

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

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  • Profile picture of the author getaprogrammer14
    Try Payza, it's good. But I will say, Paypal is best.
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  • Profile picture of the author JacobLivingstone
    I don't think there is an alternative payment processor that is as trusted, used and inexpensive as Paypal.

    There are some situations where you would use something else. One of them being, if you want to run an affiliate program with multiple tiers, as Paypal only allows one tier of affiliates.
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  • Profile picture of the author vishwa
    PayPal is always a good payment option for selling digital products. 2checkout did not support digital products at all. So, I don't find any reliable option other than PayPal.
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  • Profile picture of the author halfsaint
    Stripe is a very good alternative!
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  • Profile picture of the author jempub
    I use authorize.net and clickbank.

    The good part in using clickbank is your customers can still use paypal.

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    • Profile picture of the author myfab
      solidtrustpay is good but u must be business verified
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