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I've recently released a site that presently integrates with PayPal for taking payments, this doesn't require you to hold a PayPal account as you can submit credit cards through the PayPal checkout without having to sign-up etc.

But what other options would you say were recommended or perhaps even required to ensure you capture as many potential customers as possible?

EDIT: We accept payments worldwide by the way.

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,- Are you asking that we recommend the minimum payment for a product which we have not seen? – itpian.com Nov 30 '11 at 11:26
plimus, regnow, shareit, paypro, digital river - use google ;) – alfasin Mar 3 '12 at 11:24
I think you are talking about ecommerce providers, I'm referring to payment types. – Mantorok Mar 6 '12 at 11:31
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You can take

  • Fax orders by credit card (Yes people fax orders) both in the US and International
  • Western Union, it's available in a lot of countries in Europe in their post offices
  • Moneybookers, it's another form of PayPal popular in England
  • SWIFT wire transfers
  • Cash/Euros people will send cash if the price is right
  • Cheque/Checks and International Money Orders
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Oh. I see. You want other payment method.

  1. Direct deposit.

  2. check deposit.

  3. draft deposit

  4. mobile payments.

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I was asking more along the lines of Google Checkout, WorldPay, Merchant Account etc. – Mantorok Nov 30 '11 at 12:53

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