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  • Flattr icon

    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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  • Stripe icon

    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. ...

  • Google Wallet icon

    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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  • Payza.com icon

    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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  • Tibit icon

    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...

    Free Open Source Web

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  • Uphold icon

    Uphold

    Move, convert, transact and hold any form of money or commodity. Instantly, securely and for free.

    Free Web

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  • Apple Wallet icon

    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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    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...

    Free Open Source Mac Windows Linux

  • Neteller icon

    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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    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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    TransferWise

    Currency exchange Banks and other providers could charge you up to 5% in hidden costs when sending money abroad. TransferWise is up to 8x cheaper.

    Commercial Web Android iPhone iPad

PayPal Comments

Comment by paykickstart
about PayPal · May 2017 · Helpful Not helpful

Sending money here is really so secured indeed!

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Secure payment

Comment by bobbydi
about PayPal · Apr 2016 · Helpful Not helpful

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

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just starting

Comment by gregzaid
about PayPal · Jan 2016 · Helpful Not helpful

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 · Helpful Not helpful

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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