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Q: email payment ( Answered 5 out of 5 stars,   0 Comments )
Subject: email payment
Category: Business and Money > Finance
Asked by: vickianderson-ga
List Price: $55.00
Posted: 29 Jun 2006 19:41 PDT
Expires: 29 Jul 2006 19:41 PDT
Question ID: 742215
i'd like you to find websites where one could pay people with email
address. i mean websites like paypal, where one could fund web acct
with bank acct and send payments to emails

i'd need 20 different websites.
Subject: Re: email payment
Answered By: tox-ga on 29 Jun 2006 21:11 PDT
Rated:5 out of 5 stars
Hi there,

Here are 20 paypal alternatives (that works the way you specified - I
left out the ones that purely offer payment processing for merchants).
 However, many payment service providers frequently enter and leave
the industry so I would recommend that you choose an established site
even if the rates are a bit higher.

1. Greenzap

2. AnyPay

3. Paystone

4. WebMoney Transfer

5. Hyperwallet

6. Worldpay

7. NashCash

8. Storm Pay

9. Paybyweb

10. Bitpass

11. Wallet365

12. Paymate

13. Moneybookers

14. Neteller

15. PPPay

16. Nochex

17. AlertPay

18. EggPay (UK),,3_45806--View_771,00.html 

19. Sendep

20. PaySwiss

I hope this has helped and please feel free to ask for any clarification.


Request for Answer Clarification by vickianderson-ga on 30 Jun 2006 16:38 PDT
Paypal allows one to add bank acct, then a deposit is made to the acct
which you confirm. After confirming the acct, you can deposit funds
into your paypal acct with the bank acct you've confirmed.

The same system works with, so my question is, find 20
other websites in the US that works this same way. The way is, you
sign up, add a bank acct, the website deposits some money into the
acct, u confirm the deposits and you deposit funds into your web acct.

i hope this is clear enough now. i'm not asking for credit card
processing merchants.

Clarification of Answer by tox-ga on 30 Jun 2006 17:37 PDT
Hi there,

The service providers that I have listed allow you to fund your
account using your bank account.  Like Paypal, they also process
credit cards but I have specifically picked out ones that also allow
you to have a web account and link it with a bank account.

Can you specify which site that you feel doesn't belong on the list?


Request for Answer Clarification by vickianderson-ga on 01 Jul 2006 04:00 PDT
Only the first 3 works like paypal. I'd need the ones that allow USA Bank Accts.

Clarification of Answer by tox-ga on 01 Jul 2006 20:25 PDT
Hi there,

With the added requirement that the service work with US bank account,
I would like to replace two sites from the list.  Number 4 (WebMoney
Transfer), 6 (Worldpay) and 18 (EggPay).

Replacing those three will be: 

Network Pay



However, the rest of them -do- allow you to fund a web account using a
US bank account and you can send money through e-mail.  The exact
description of their service may be hard to find on their website as
some of the sites are not as user friendly as others (also, many of
these businesses don't want to explicitly say they are essentially
offering the same thing as paypal).
On that note, for the services on the list, I have either used them
myself and know that they work in the manner you specified or have
found the information on their website that states the same.

I hope this has helped.

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