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Any recommendations on payment systems?

Storyman Things change daily on the internet and since it has been some time since the pros and cons of various payment systems has been discussed, I thought it is about time to update what we know.

From previous post most people agree that when two forms of payment systems are offered a slight majority tend to use PayPal (60/40). Have you experienced a change in PayPal preference? Is it greater or less than before?

ClickBank offers rebranding as well payment systems. Of those who use CB have you seen an increase, decrease, or status quo of transactions through them?

What new payment systems are out there that you have personally used? Are you happy with the results? Would you recommend them?

Any disaster stories using a particular payment system?

Tell us what you think?

Posted on: 7:06 pm on January 18, 2005
Neenah13 I have PayPal and 2Checkout for my payment options.  I've only one sale to report,  but my customer used 2Checkout to check out. And she bought an HTML eBook.

Tried to get in with Clickbank, but I couldn't get anyone from there to go approve my site. So...went with 2Checkout. Same start up fee at the time, and less hassle setting up.


Posted on: 8:02 pm on March 17, 2005
weblord ive used stormpay before back on the days they're not banning Philippines as one of the terrorist country, so i lost about U.S.$145+ in earnings that's my sale and im using them before to bill domains and hosting clients.

right now im dealing with both clickbank and 2chkout, it's better that i have backup for billing and yeah also egold they're all great for me.

another disaster would be the increase of internet fraud and hacked credit carcds so both merchant account providers like clickbank and 2co and the merchant of couse or siteowner are suffering the losses.

Posted on: 1:58 am on March 18, 2005
weblord try ccslide.com they offer free merchant account for U.S. residence. hope it helps..

Posted on: 10:45 am on March 18, 2005
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Posted on: 11:55 am on December 31, 2008
Jajarbinx Ebookprofit said it all. You can check ClickBank's guide here:


You can also read the discussions about ClickBank here:


You can learn from other ClickBank users there.

Good luck, mate!

(Edited by Jajarbinx at 7:05 am on Jan. 13, 2009)

Posted on: 7:02 am on January 13, 2009

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