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    Good Payment Processors for Digital Products?

    What are some good processors for digital products?

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    Clickbank.com
    Payloadz.com (paypal only)
    esellerate.net
    paydotcom.com (new paypal,stormpay network)

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    Thanks anyone use any of these and can tell me anything else about them. Also are there any more?

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    Payquake (recommended by one of hosting providers)
    CCAvenue (used by one of my hosting providers)

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    Originally posted by rondo
    paydotcom.com (new paypal,stormpay network)
    If you're especially going to setup an affiliate program to pay your
    affiliates, you can use Clickbank or Paydotcom. If using the latter,
    though, you must have either a PayPal or Stormpay account.

    One major difference between the 2 is that PDC gives you control
    over your ability to refund your customers. If your customers ask
    for a refund and you don't give it to them, they can just contact
    Clickbank and get a refund with no questions asked.

    When my first e-biz launches, I'm going to use PDC and Stormpay
    since PayPal banned Philippine-based users.

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    So PDC is a better choice over Clickbank.

    One thing that I must know is.....
    ..On Paypal I got screwed over by a guy who I sold a digital product to and then filed a complaint saying he didnt get it even though he did and my account was suspended. I want to make sure that dosent happen again.

    Is this possible with any of those choices?

    Anymore systems?

  7. #7

    Re: Good Payment Processors for Digital Products?

    Originally posted by cg219
    What are some good processors for digital products?
    I don't see how you selling digital products affects which processor you choose, unless you want them to provide services beyond payment processing, like shopping cart and product delivery?

    Get a merchant account, and find a shopping cart you're happy with.
    Dan Grossman - dan @ awio.com
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    Oh never mind. I found a place.

    What I meant is a place where the seller dosent get screwed. See, in Paypal, selling intangible products is bad, because the buyer can file a complaint, and get there money back.

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