Best payment processor for wso's? Not warriorplus or jvzoo.

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Hi,
I posted a new wso last night using warriorplus.
The trouble is that due to some laws in my country(India)
paypal doesnt like the adaptative payment used by warriorplus
therefore, the payment button hasnt been working at all.
My wso is now off the 1st page, without even a single sale.

I tried jvzoo but it says It has the same problem.

I am thinking of using ejunkie but not sure if it's going to work or not.

Do you guys have any ideas about any other payment processor.
something simple and cheap like ejunkie?

I tried to create a buy now button with paypal but
it tells me to create another account for this?
Is that how it works?
Do I need to create a merchant account with paypal before
I can create buy buttons with it?

I dont know what to do now?
Please help out.

Faraz
#jvzoo #payment #processor #warriorplus #wso
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  • Profile picture of the author onegoodman
    I would suggest trying sendowl, you can upload your digital product, sell it online, run incentives, produce license, and even affiliate program.

    They charging you $10 and up a month ( based on the number of products ).
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  • Profile picture of the author visit_faraz
    well, I am using ejunkie now.
    Not sure if it's working properly though.
    Dont know how to setup the affiliate program for the wso
    with ejunkie.
    Any ideas??
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    • Profile picture of the author visit_faraz
      Originally Posted by blueclcl View Post

      Have you tried Digiresults?
      Didnt know abut digiresults.
      Just checked, and it's looking good.
      Will signup and see how it works.
      Thanks for the idea.
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  • Profile picture of the author visit_faraz
    just signed up for digiresults.
    After activating,
    I see this message:
    due to restrictions on Indian PayPal accounts you cannot use an Indian PayPal account with DigiResults

    And I was getting excited.
    :-(
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  • Profile picture of the author MikeLantz
    Hey Faraz,

    Sorry for your trouble using WarriorPlus. Unfortunately, as you have noticed, this is a Paypal restriction that they put on some countries, the most prominent being India. (It is really due to Indian banking regulations.)

    We do have a solution -- WSO Pro Personal -- that will allow you to sell your WSO without adaptive payments and thus it will work with your Paypal account. However, you cannot use the affiliate program unless you want to give away 100% commissions.

    In any case, my team would be happy to help you set this up, if needed, but to get started simply go to: http://warriorplus.com/wsopro and select the "WSO Pro Personal" license.

    I hope this helps you out, and definitely open a support ticket if you need anything else.

    Regard,

    Mike
    Founder, WarriorPlus
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    • Profile picture of the author Nail Yener
      Originally Posted by MikeLantz View Post

      Hey Faraz,

      Sorry for your trouble using WarriorPlus. Unfortunately, as you have noticed, this is a Paypal restriction that they put on some countries, the most prominent being India. (It is really due to Indian banking regulations.)
      Mike, we have the same problem in Turkey. You can't use your account balance to make payments hence the adaptive payments don't work in PayPal and any network that works with PayPal. Whenever you make a purchase or send money via PayPal, you need to make it by your credit card. The reason for this regulation is that the government wants to monitor the money flow out of the country, it is not related to banks. It has been like this for over 2 years now and I don't see it changing ever.

      What this means is that as a product creator I can't create a product and list it and make adaptive payments available so that affiliates will get instant commissions. This sucks big time and knowing that I can't do anything about it sucks more.
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  • Profile picture of the author MikeLantz
    Hi Nail,

    Yes, that is for sure no good and it is too bad banking laws are so complex and different across the world.

    I know some people have found a way to become part of an American LLC (or similar in other countries?) so they could open a Paypal account from the other country that has less restrictions. That may be something you want to look into it.

    And, of course, we are continuing to work on ways to make our service available to more people, so it is possible something will come up that makes it possible in the future.

    Mike
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    • Profile picture of the author Nail Yener
      Originally Posted by MikeLantz View Post

      I know some people have found a way to become part of an American LLC (or similar in other countries?) so they could open a Paypal account from the other country that has less restrictions. That may be something you want to look into it.
      Thanks Mike. That has always been an option in my mind but for the moment I am working with partners from other countries so I am not having any issues. If or when I do my own launches later on, I will try to find a solution like you suggested. Or simply a JV partner to handle the adaptive payment side.
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    • Profile picture of the author kindsvater
      The problem is you're trying to use PayPal and services tied into PayPal. You need a different payment processor. ClickBank was mentioned. Get your own merchant account. Use a service like CCBill., etc.

      The offer on the WF may need to link to your own website where you take orders. With these options there is an affiliate program built in or you can use your own affiliate script, although those affiliate links may go to your own website.

      If you are creative there are options. I once ran a WSO where the only payment I accepted was money mailed from other counties so I could build up my collection.

      With many affiliate payments running 50, 70, even 100% payments, maybe you sell the product to someone else to run as their WSO and then they pay you a 50, 30, 0% royalty on every sale.

      .
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  • Profile picture of the author visit_faraz
    is ccbill similar to 2checkout or google checkout.
    which of them is the better one?
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  • Profile picture of the author ChrisDouthit
    PayGear does not use adaptive payments, it is the only instant commission system in the world that does not. You can also list your WSO for free and we charge you no transaction fees. And for free you are going to find out we have more WSO features than anyone else in the WSO processing game.

    One click upsells, huge feature, no problem, no one else can do it.
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  • Profile picture of the author visit_faraz
    I just registered with paygear.
    One thing I want to understand.
    if It gives instant comissions, then what happens in case of refunds.
    Does the affiliate pocket the comissions and I'll have to refund out of my own pocket?
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  • Profile picture of the author visit_faraz
    just joined paygear and it wants me to add a credit card before it will let me add a product.
    I also see something about $97 per month to sell with paygear.
    Dont understand why Chris said it was free.

    Anyways, ejunkie seems to be working for me now
    and I am getting sales.
    The only problem is setting up the affiliate program with it.
    I also wanted to setup a dimesale and ejunkie doesnt have that feature.

    Anyways, it's the only thing that's working for me now.
    So, I am happy with it.
    Would still love it if I could get a better option though
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    • Profile picture of the author nicheblogger75
      Originally Posted by visit_faraz View Post

      just joined paygear and it wants me to add a credit card before it will let me add a product.
      I also see something about $97 per month to sell with paygear.
      Dont understand why Chris said it was free.

      Anyways, ejunkie seems to be working for me now
      and I am getting sales.
      The only problem is setting up the affiliate program with it.
      I also wanted to setup a dimesale and ejunkie doesnt have that feature.

      Anyways, it's the only thing that's working for me now.
      So, I am happy with it.
      Would still love it if I could get a better option though
      E-Junkie is the first payment processor I ever signed up with when I got into IM back in 2008. I still use it sometimes because I like their payment options. They don't take a cut of every sale. Instead, you pay for how many products you want to list. I believe the lowest option is $5 per month and you can list up to 10 products.

      They do have an affiliate program available and if you do a little research in their FAQ you can find tutorials on how to set it up. However, you will not be able to do instant commissions and you will have to manually process affiliate commissions from inside your E-Junkie dashboard.

      That is why it gets hard to recruit top affiliates as most of the top affiliates want instant commissions. However, I was able to recruit quite a few affiliates when I was using E-Junkie regularly. In order to recruit affiliates internally from E-Junkie you will need to list your product in the E-Junkie marketplace where potential affiliates will be able to see it. I usually do this by taking a screen shot of my sales page and just posting the entire image in the E-Junkie sales page.

      I think this page on their site will help you. It contains all of the information you need to get your affiliate program set up:

      E-junkie - Help: Create and manage an affiliate program


      I think after you work out the kinks you will be extremely happy with them.
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  • Profile picture of the author SerpPower
    I have the same problem with the adaptive payments, anyone know a solution to this problem? i really want to use JVzoo or Warrior Payments!
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    • Profile picture of the author visit_faraz
      Well I couldnt use jvzoo or warriorplus for my wso.
      Still using paygear and its working quite well.
      The only problem is that I got so many affiliate requests from warriorplus system
      but couldnt take advantage of it.

      Paygear doesnt get you that many affiliates, but it's the only thing that
      works for me
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  • Profile picture of the author Kishor Mhaskar
    Still with PayGear you cant send instant commission to affiliates if you are Indian seller

    In PayGear , you need to Mass Payment system should be enable in Paypal and Mass Payment is not available to Indian Paypal users.
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  • Profile picture of the author visit_faraz
    Yeah, I am still with paygear. Didnt get affiliates with it as most affiliates contacting me were with warriorplus.
    So, I missed out on the power of affiliates.
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    • Profile picture of the author Sid Hale
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      Originally Posted by visit_faraz View Post

      Yeah, I am still with paygear. Didnt get affiliates with it as most affiliates contacting me were with warriorplus.
      So, I missed out on the power of affiliates.
      Didn't you send them to the Paygear affiliate sign up page?

      Many affiliate marketers belong to many different affiliate programs. You should be trying to recruit affiliates into the affiliate platform that you (as a merchant) are using.
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  • Profile picture of the author visit_faraz
    I sent a message to a few of the affiliates to opt for the paygear affiliate program, but didnt get any response at all.

    By the way, I have a relative in Canada and I was thinking of telling him to create a paypal account for me
    and then I'd be able to use that for warriorplus and everything else and then either tell him to send me the money or maybe use the paypal debit card (if that's available for Canada) to withdraw my money in INdia.

    I have created a separate post for this question here - http://www.warriorforum.com/main-int...ut-paypal.html
    so, kindly offer your suggestions and advice regarding that canadian paypal account in that thread.
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  • Profile picture of the author rodonet
    I'm surprised no one mentioned Payspree.com - it doesn't use the adaptive payment system, so Indian vendors can use it.
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  • Profile picture of the author spearce000
    Originally Posted by visit_faraz View Post


    I tried to create a buy now button with paypal but
    it tells me to create another account for this?
    Is that how it works?
    Do I need to create a merchant account with paypal before
    I can create buy buttons with it?
    Yes, you have to have a business PayPal account to create buy now buttons.
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  • Why don't you just use..

    Credit Card Processing..

    You can use many options..

    1) Use Stripe with order forms from Samcart, clickfunnels, infusionsoft etc
    2) Test Clickbank (They use credit card billing)
    3) Use services like SagePay..

    Hope this helps
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