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    Flattr

    Flattr is a social micropayment service, that makes it easy for you to "flatter" things on the internet that you like. When you're registered to Flattr...

    Commercial Web Android

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    Google Wallet

    The Google Wallet mobile app makes your phone your wallet. It securely stores your credit cards and offers on your phone. When you check out at brick-and-mortar stores...

    Free Web Android iPhone Android Tablet iPad

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    Stripe

    Stripe helps you create any type of payments flow—from e-commerce to recurring billing and everything in between. Stripe enables you to accept payments in minutes. ...

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    Amazon Payments

    Amazon Payments, Inc., is a wholly owned subsidiary of Amazon that provides a means to process transactions online. Launched in 2006, Amazon Payments uses the consumer...

    Freemium Web

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    • Amazon Payments is a company I trust with a track record of processing transactions large and small for eCommerce purposes. However I'm less familiar with it's abilities to transfer money between individuals, such as the services provided to you by PayPal. WhiteCaneGamerDec 2016 Disagree   Agree
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    Dwolla

    Simple, fast, and seamless platform for bank transfers. No per transaction costs. .

    Freemium Web Android iPhone Windows Phone

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    WebMoney

    WebMoney Transfer is a global settlement system and environment for online business activities, established in 1998. Since then, over 26 million people from all over the...

    Commercial Mac Windows Linux Web Android ... iPhone Blackberry Android Tablet Windows Phone

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    Neteller

    Neteller is an e-money/e-wallet stored-value service owned and operated by publicly traded British global payments company Optimal Payments PLC. Consumers in over 180...

    Freemium Web

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    Apple Wallet

    Use Apple Wallet to keep your boarding passes, movie tickets, coupons, loyalty cards, and make payments with your credit card.

    Free iPhone iPad

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    Braintree

    Braintree is a payments platform that lets you accept payments with credit and debit cards, PayPal, Apple Pay, Android Pay, Venmo, Bitcoin, and whatever's next.

    Commercial Web

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    Tibit

    Tibs are tokens of value defined by the user in their local currency, they can be spent on any tib button without a second thought as you are always spending your...

    Open Source Web

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    Venmo

    Venmo is the best way to pay your friends. It's simple, fun and free to use. It’s like Facebook and PayPal combined—only a better version of both of those things....

    Commercial Android iPhone

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    Payza.com

    Founded to facilitate safe instant payments between individuals and online businesses, Payza, previously AlertPay, is the rising leader in secure online payment...

    Freemium Web

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    Open Collective

    Recurring funding for groups. Accept money without creating a new bank account, and be fully transparent about where that money is going.

    Commercial Web

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  • Darkcoin icon

    Darkcoin

    Darkcoin is an open source peer-to-peer cryptocurrency that uses a system called Darksend to add privacy to transactions. It allows you keep your finances private as...

    Open Source Mac Windows Linux

PayPal Comments

App for Windows no longer available.

Negative Comment by tomh2092
about PayPal Apr 2017

The PayPal app is still available to download from the Windows Store, but once you open the app you receive a message telling you to access PayPal through your mobile browser.

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Secure payment

Comment by bobbydi
about PayPal Apr 2016

A good system , but sometimes there are difficulties with the registration of the company and comments about errors .

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Small merchant killer

Negative Comment by vgabeman
about PayPal Mar 2016

As someone who does a lot of consulting and freelance work, I always need a secure, automated paying system to receive payments from my clients. While Paypal is definitely the most secure, and is available in most sites, it's fees are horrendous. Pricing hikes for receiving money are making me look for alternatives. Fees are expectable, just not at this rate.

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just starting

Comment by gregzaid
about PayPal Jan 2016

i have just started using paypal and i think it just make it easier for me, i like it.

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Safe, but at what cost?

Comment by DamianN
about PayPal Mar 2015

I've been using Paypal since forever but only acquired a merchant account until recently, only to see the fees they charge for incoming payments. 5.4% is a bit too much, and while I love the security it provides in terms of safe payment, I still wish they would slash their prices a little.

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I approve

Positive Comment by Mighty_Mac
about PayPal May 2012

I use paypal a lot. There was one time where a person stole my information after I bought something, they stole about 200$ from my account. Paypal responded quickly and replaced the funds. Eventhough they made it so I'm not allowed to spend over 100$ at a time now, they still fixed the issue and saved me.

-Also, in the terms of service, in the fine print, it clearly states that they are not responsible for any funds lost during transactions. But this has never been an issue for me.

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sucks 1 Helpful

Negative Comment by Klasper
about PayPal Apr 2012

Paypal suck. Their Automatic Renewal is tricky. Some firms do it automatically because you surely will forget it the first months. Firms are usally quiet about this. I also blame Paypal's labyrinth interface, which can also be very difficult to find out. Their support is just crap. They don't help you with anything. They refused me to change my surname even though it is started you should provide them with proof. I scanned my passport and driver license and still after 3 months they dodn't answer me. Right know im happy, because I find out how to close my paypal account!

[Edited by User6280620, April 11]

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PayPal is easy to use, but the fees are horrendous

Negative Comment by Thelle
about PayPal and Dwolla Jun 2011

I really like how easy PayPal is to use, but the fees in PayPal are horrendous because they don't have much competition. I really hope competitors like Dwolla - taking only 25cent fee per transaction - can shake things up!

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