Any Affiliate or Money Making Sites without Paypal?

Qai88

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I scoured over the Internet to find ways to make money without Paypal. Because Paypal finds my country as part of their "List of Restricted Countries" BOOOO!

Honestly, I'm tired of researching and really need help from you guys to find affiliate websites or other sites that can give commission and paid via Bank Transfer/Debit Card/Cheque. I don't mind using Skrill or Payza though.

So far, here are the legit sites/methods that I can earn money from:
  • eBay - Add Skrill to your eBay account and the option to receive payment via Skrill is available.
  • Forex - Isn't this a big D'UH? Wire Transfers and Skrill can be proven to work by my experience. Not sure about others.
  • Envato Market - The Envato Marketplace has all kinds of marketplace plus available to withdraw cash via Skrill, Paypal and Wire Transfer.
That's all I got. If anyone can find out where else I can make money, let me know. Thanks.
 

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Im not sure if this entirely answers your question but, if you’re involved with an online business, here are twelve alternatives to PayPal that you should definitely investigate.

Google Wallet

Google Wallet was once Google’s Checkout. And while the name has changed, the features have remained intact. It’s safe, simple and has rapid transfers to and from your bank account. It also has similar features to PayPal, such as credit card processing and the ability to send out invoices.

WePay

Besides featuring stellar customer service and fraud protection, WePay is a standout alternative because consumers can make purchases without leaving your site via a virtual terminal. Not only does this make your site look more professional, the service seems to be more focused on the individual’s interests and not just their credit card numbers.

2Checkout

By combining a merchant account with a payment gateway 2Checkout permits customers to receive credit card and PayPal payments. The company also features international payments, a solid shopping cart, and recurring billing.

Authorize.Net

Authorize.Net has been around since 1996 and is supposedly the Internet’s most widely used payment gateway. Authorize.Net has over 400,000 merchants and has been the recipient of the Achievement in Customer Excellence (ACE) award for five consecutive years.

Skrill

Skrill, formerly Moneybookers, has some intriguing features such as a free setup, low fees, and the ability to send text messages straight from your account. Besides being a popular and simple alternative to PayPal, the service is great for international merchants since you’re allowed to transfer your account balance onto a prepaid debit card almost instantly.

Intuit

Intuit is almost an essential service if you’re a small business owner who needs help with your finances. Besides being able to accept payments, both online and in-person with GoPayment, Intuit can also help you pay employees, calculate payroll taxes, and file payroll tax forms.

ProPay

ProPay offers similar features to other PayPal alternatives including the ability to receive and send money anywhere in the world and even recurring billing and a built-in shopping cart. The one big advantage that ProPay has over the others is it’s also accepted by eBay. There’s also the ProPay JAK, a mobile phone credit card reader which can process credit and debit cards in real-time on your iOS or Android phones, in case you’re doing transactions in person.

Click2Sell

While Click2Sell has the normal features found on any worthy PayPal replacement, it’s one of the few that will accept PayPal, Google Checkout, Skrill, and credit cards with or without a merchant account. But, the most standout features are affiliate tracking, powerful reports, and automated sales management. They also have the leading sales reporting tools so you can better understand your strategies and sales tactics.

Dwolla

Dwolla is very similar to PayPal in that you can do everything from paying your friends back to accepting payments at your place of business. What’s unique about this service is that if both parties have a Dwolla account, then money can be spent easily through their name, Facebook ID, Twitter handle, LinkedIn profile, telephone number, or email address.

Braintree

Braintree has been growing steadily since 2007. Some of the platform’s features include a payment gateway, recurring billing, credit card storage, and allowing global online and mobile businesses to accept credit card payments via a merchant account.

ClickBank

ClickBank has been around since 1998 and offers a ton of easy to use features. ClickBank does everything for you, including building a site for your products and optimizing your business. Basically, ClickBank is a one-stop shop for online businesses.

Stripe

Stripe
is a rapidly growing start-up that removes the need for a merchant account or gateway. Stripe takes care of all your payment needs from storing cards, to handling subscriptions, to direct payouts to your bank account. Web developers will dig the ability to integrate a payment system into a projects by using Stripe’s API.

Let me know if you decide to try any of these and what the outcomes are!


Thanks,

CLO
 

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I read all above members comments.. I like community club discussions.. BTW I'm new here, Like all ideas.