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designcise says

PayPal is not accepted; moneybookers’ service is no good; alertpay is a really good alternative it seems, will there be an option to withdraw funds via alertpay in the future?

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designcise says

hello world?

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jackpotsoft says

Hi,

Which country are you from ?

Well paypal is limited to some countries, where as moneybookers allows you to receive money using your bank account.

Alertpay is also good but less popular.

Since you are a coder/designer here , What is the frequency you withdraw your money?

If amount is larger like $500 you can use envato bank withdraw, else its good to have moneybookers.

and in my exp , No of sites accepting moneybookers > Sites accepting Alertpay.

Also Both of the sites do your verification to increase limits.

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omarabid says

AlertPay is worse than Moneybookers. Payoneer is an alternative and it’s very good. I don’t think there is a need for AlertPay

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designcise says

you may feel there is no need for it, but alternatives are always good; i tried moneybookers and it wouldn’t even let me accept payment from anyone from united states which sucks .. i might just go for swift then

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designcise says

btw .. what makes you say alterpay is wrose than moneybookers? just curious, because i was looking for some good payment processor for freelance work .. got any other better alternatives?

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jackpotsoft says

Well, i have used almost every one of them, hence we can judge .

to answer your question , i had to whois your site .

Since Paypal seems to be blocked in your country , i am sure payoneer is also not working there.

Now alternative left to you are MB and alertpay. In your country its quite popular, but people rarely use it .

If you are willing to get payments from envato money bookers is great.

When you are accepting payments from US people. try 2checkout.

They take $50 one time, open your account, do a survey on your site (make sure you dont have undercons site ). Then they ask you to put very precise tos on your site.(This process actually sucks and takes weeks to happen). But once you are set to have 2co on your site, You will be able to have payments from various methods, even your clients can pay you via paypal.

also heard people sayin you need to have NTN in your country or they shut down your account .

Good luck

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musicwizard says

Yes, it seems great to have Alertpay for withdraw. Please take this in consideration :)

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