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  1. #1
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    * Pay Pal is looking Better!

    PayPal is looking pretty good now.

    I know, I know, it's Pay Pal but have you looked at their new features lately and their rates are hard to beat.

    They now have a shopping cart feature .. Just put a button on your site and the cart pops up in a window and shows the item(s) and totals. Best of all, PayPal's Shopping Cart is free.

    Another new feature is the recurring billing or Subscriptions! No need to keep entering users data or sending a bill, it's all automatically done now, even has trial periods if you need them.

    As far as the users are concerned, it's just like any other CC payment process on the Internet. It's even better if you already have an account with them, saves lot's of time.

    Costs ..

    We get charged 2.2% + 30 not bad .. No costly monthly merchant account fees, no gateway fees, no statement fees, no monthly charges!

    Premier or Business
    Standard Rate

    2.9% + 30

    Premier or Business
    Merchant Rate

    2.2% + 30


    We currently have a Merchant account with Signio Gateway and are looking at this seriously, it will save us a bundle each month in fees. We have had the PayPal account ever since they started business accounts but haven't used it because it just wasn't a serious payment method for many reasons. Our outlook on them has changed now, they are looking much much better!

    As far as International orders are concerned, I see that they offer transactions for quite a few countries, not sure who is left out but looks to be a pretty good listing anyways.

    Anyone using them have any thoughts?

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    They still don't support Malaysia!

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    Originally posted by zbco
    They still don't support Malaysia!
    I know, it's always something isn't it.

    I'm not sure if I'm reading this correctly but it seems that if your in the US you can accept payment from any country? It's the other way around that is the problem, is this correct?




    Anguilla
    Antigua
    Argentina
    Australia*
    Austria
    Belgium
    Belize
    Brazil
    Canada*
    China
    Costa Rica
    Curacao
    Denmark
    Dominica
    Dominican Republic
    Finland
    France*
    Germany*
    Greece
    Grenada
    Hong Kong
    Iceland
    India
    Ireland
    Israel
    Italy
    Jamaica
    Japan
    Luxembourg
    Mexico
    Netherlands*
    New Zealand*
    Nicaragua
    Norway
    Portugal
    Singapore
    South Africa
    South Korea
    Spain
    Sweden
    Switzerland
    United Kingdom

    * PayPal accepts withdrawals to local bank accounts in these countries. Users in any country may withdraw funds to a U.S. bank account.
    Last edited by Brad; 07-12-2001 at 02:53 AM.

  4. #4
    If your users still need to signup with them, I won't use it.

  5. #5
    How much do you currently get charged a month? If it's around $25... then it's worth it to have a real merchant account.

  6. #6
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    Originally posted by Get-Hosted.com
    If your users still need to signup with them, I won't use it.
    If they sign up through you, you'll get $5 ;D
    (SH)Saeed

  7. #7
    After they meet a lot of requirements, one of them having $250 in PayPal account.

  8. #8
    Originally posted by zbco
    They still don't support Malaysia!
    They dont support thailand too

  9. #9
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    The cart looks good but I wouldn't count on that cart feature being free for too long. PP has a long history of hooking users with free services that initiating fees after they build a large base of users.

    Probably a good business model, but just be aware.
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  10. #10
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    Hey people, i love paypal, im in the UK accepting payments from the USA, its GREAT, maybe they rob you a little, but hey its not that bad for the once a month i will actually use it.
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  11. #11
    Here's that list to get $5 for referring someone:

    Signs up for PayPal
    Confirms their email address
    Confirms a checking account
    Adds $250 or more by electronic funds transfer into their PayPal account
    Signs up for a Money Market Fund

    Not too likely.

  12. #12
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    Originally posted by Get-Hosted.com
    Here's that list to get $5 for referring someone:

    Signs up for PayPal
    Confirms their email address
    Confirms a checking account
    Adds $250 or more by electronic funds transfer into their PayPal account
    Signs up for a Money Market Fund

    Not too likely.
    Indeed it isn't. This is another good example of a recent change. It used to be that ALL people who registered got you $5. Now, it's nearly impossible. They got lots of ppl to advertise for them though....

  13. #13
    Yep... I remember way back when you would get $5 the minute they signed up and entered a CC.

  14. #14
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    Originally posted by Get-Hosted.com
    Yep... I remember way back when you would get $5 the minute they signed up and entered a CC.
    I didn't even have to enter my CC. I got the $5 when I signed up.
    (SH)Saeed

  15. #15
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    Yes, you do as a new client. The person who refers you used to as well.

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