Good List Of Alternatives To Paypal

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nice share BUT there also another too many Alternatives BUT paypal is only one & various sites only accept paypal
 

PayPerSell

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By the way, Paypal can not be replaced with any other payment processor. Paypal almost has beaten them all by a big margin.
 

keanu

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If you have issues accepting PayPal, but still want to accept PayPal without an account, you can use 2Checkout. They accept PayPal while you don't need an account yourself.
 

CrazeHostBee

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Had bad experiences with moneybookers, been using payza and bitcoin for a while. But paypal is mostly used paygate by major companies so one way or another we have to use it.
 

Yasar

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Payoneer should be also listed as it's one of the best online payment solutions for affiliates, bloggers & freelancers.
 

bitchslapper

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Bitcoin and Webmoney are safe indeed. Bitcoin probably the most safe, but too volatile and webmoney is not that popular in some parts of the world. They also have some quirky limits that you need to work on to increase and it's not always obvious how to do it.
 

MHostR

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Thank you for sharing this list.
Nowadays there are plenty of services like PayPal.
 
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Redvenus

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Thank God, paypal is not a popularity competition.

They deliver safe, reliable service; that's why most companies choose to work with them.
 

RobLorn

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Thank you for sharing, but I think, you can to expand the list now according to the new payment systems
 

Michael Dance

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I wouldn't consider 2CheckOut as an exact alternative for PayPal, but still really worth considering.
It's less user-friendly I would say, but for sure really secure and reliable. And popular of course.
Quite, I don't recommend them either I do recommend Stripe or Square instead.
 

spidermix38

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Well if ebay accept other payment solutions,like payza, scrill, paypal will go down.But'so far ebay,as biggest shopping store online is keeping paypal.
 
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