Payza, Paypal, and Giving up Control

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Re: Payza, Paypal, and Giving up Control

Post by JonOlson » Sun Nov 19, 2017 9:31 pm

Completely agree man. You will find a way if you dont want to settle for mediocre
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Re: Payza, Paypal, and Giving up Control

Post by hotbobs » Mon Nov 20, 2017 5:12 pm

There was a time when I would have called richs rant there total bollox :)

However I have been chatting with some folks and it seems accepting cc directly is now becoming the way to go

It has drawbacks, but its much more simple to set up these days.

Josh and I are looking at including payeeze to our software as a processor. all you need is a merchant account to go along with a payeeze account (which your bank can set up for you)
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Post by TimLinden » Mon Nov 20, 2017 10:56 pm

Yup, people aren't as afraid to enter their credit card and more people have cards than Paypal accounts. Sad they dominated and self imploded with their nonsense.

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Post by carljohndavies » Mon Nov 20, 2017 11:00 pm

Payza has way too many fees involved. I feel like they are ripping us off.

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Re: Payza, Paypal, and Giving up Control

Post by JonOlson » Mon Nov 20, 2017 11:28 pm

carljohndavies wrote:
Mon Nov 20, 2017 11:00 pm
Payza has way too many fees involved. I feel like they are ripping us off.
Dude, the less we use Payza, the better I will feel.

I know it's the only option for a lot of folks, but like Robert and Tim said above, I think credit card processors will start becoming more popular.

A day without Payza will be VERY welcomed!! lol
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Re: Payza, Paypal, and Giving up Control

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Re: Payza, Paypal, and Giving up Control

Post by carljohndavies » Mon Nov 20, 2017 5:00 pm
Payza has way too many fees involved. I feel like they are ripping us off.


I agree, I registered and established a Payza account many years ago. At that time, it was set up as a business (that's what all the ebooks were saying)
Now that they are forced into prominence, you have to provide business paperwork. This is to validate your account in order to complete transactions.
The only other way other than paperwork is to build income into your account in the amount of $500. Needless to say my account has not been validated yet!

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Post by JonOlson » Mon Nov 20, 2017 11:40 pm

williems wrote:
Mon Nov 20, 2017 11:35 pm



I agree, I registered and established a Payza account many years ago. At that time, it was set up as a business (that's what all the ebooks were saying)
Now that they are forced into prominence, you have to provide business paperwork. This is to validate your account in order to complete transactions.
The only other way other than paperwork is to build income into your account in the amount of $500. Needless to say my account has not been validated yet!
You know how many times we have 'verified' our account only to be told we didn't send in enough info...Then send in what they request, approve us and then a week later say they needed more...It's a joke. I completely agree with you...It's just jumping through hoops and cannot wait until people turn away completely from them.
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Re: Payza, Paypal, and Giving up Control

Post by Paul_Nulty » Tue Nov 21, 2017 2:28 pm

I've been talking to people about bitcoin payments since 2012 but it seems to go in one ear and out of the other 🤔 I like getting paid with crypto currency, gold and cash, I accept most foreign Fiat currency too. CC and DC payments are a must as it is the most common used way of transacting at the moment. Some people will never get in to free market money because either they don't understand it or don't trust it or both. I do believe it would be good practice to give people an opportunity to pay with crypto and from what I have been led to believe bitpay allows people to transact with a debit card 💳 using crypto currency. I plan on doing a major overhaul of all my sites and sales pages to give people a few different options.
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Post by JonOlson » Tue Nov 21, 2017 6:40 pm

Paul_Nulty wrote:
Tue Nov 21, 2017 2:28 pm
I've been talking to people about bitcoin payments since 2012 but it seems to go in one ear and out of the other 🤔 I like getting paid with crypto currency, gold and cash, I accept most foreign Fiat currency too. CC and DC payments are a must as it is the most common used way of transacting at the moment. Some people will never get in to free market money because either they don't understand it or don't trust it or both. I do believe it would be good practice to give people an opportunity to pay with crypto and from what I have been led to believe bitpay allows people to transact with a debit card 💳 using crypto currency. I plan on doing a major overhaul of all my sites and sales pages to give people a few different options.
Coming soon :)
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Re: Payza, Paypal, and Giving up Control

Post by WalterM » Tue Nov 21, 2017 10:04 pm

hotbobs wrote:
Mon Nov 20, 2017 5:12 pm
Josh and I are looking at including payeeze to our software as a processor.
Could you please look into integrating Stripe as well?
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