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Has anyone used moneybookers.com?

     
12:37 pm on May 11, 2003 (gmt 0)

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Hi,
I am looking for a good and cheap way to take payment for my store. Paypal and yahoopaydirect seem to be good - I found a link to [moneybookers.com...] they seem to be good. I am not sure about the actual merchant process - the e-mail one seem acceptable - I think.

Any had any experience with them?

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11:44 pm on May 13, 2003 (gmt 0)

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I have not had any experience with them, but my experience shows me getting a merchant account that you can take credit cards is probably one of the best routes to take.
4:34 pm on May 16, 2003 (gmt 0)

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I have had experience with them and they are really good.... they are also working hard to improve the system and respond to feedback which is always a good sign...
1:33 pm on May 21, 2003 (gmt 0)

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I recently sent a small sum of money to Romania via Moneybookers.com. The initial restriction to use a credit card is no more than $50 for the first 30 days and I couldn't get them to tell me when it could be raised. However, they are fast and once set up (you have to fax some documents to England to authorize your credit card for payment -- I wanted to send money) it worked as described.

Re: using it to accept credit card payment in the US, I can't picture very many consumers being willing to fax personal docs about their credit card to England to buy something on impulse, but if you're using it for international business to business, they seem like a great way to go. MUCH cheaper and easier (after setup) than Western Union.