Thread: PayPal fees vs Payza fees?
01-11-2017, 08:01 AM #1
PayPal fees vs Payza fees?
I am using Paypal and integrated it with my credit cards but Paypal fees are pretty high, I am finding an alternative to it. Some colleges suggested me Payza, how can this compare with Paypal? its fees are lower than Paypal?
01-11-2017, 11:49 AM #2
I didn't compare but you can create free acc on payza and check yourself.
01-11-2017, 12:58 PM #3
I do not know the exact pricing of Payza, PayPal are known to be a little higher than the competitors but I also feel PayPal has value as a brand. Everyone knows PayPal and most have an account. I have looked into other billing providers before but I feel the strong brand and the effect this has on buyer confidence off sets the higher % on transactions.
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01-11-2017, 01:43 PM #4
I think you should stick with paypal even though it is a little bit more expensive.
Paypal is much known to everyone and most people have paypal accounts already
01-12-2017, 04:54 AM #5
Paypal is much more trusted and know than Payza so it would be good to stick with Paypal or at the very least use an option for both of them is possible.
If you are selling lower priced products or service then Paypal has a way to get lower fees. One of them is to use micropayments and this works well. I have this on one of my Paypal accounts that is used for purchases under $10.
They also have an option to set your Paypal account up to get the benefits of micropayments but then it reverts back to regular fees above $10 which is where the micropayments start to cost more in fees than regular Paypal fees.
01-12-2017, 12:16 PM #6
Here is fee for payza
Hope this could help.
Payza ex AlertPay its not that unknown as some people means i have account for couple years.
01-12-2017, 04:12 PM #7
According to my experience, customers interested in Payza payment gateway will be just peoples which leave in poor countries that PayPal can't be used. Most peoples will choose PayPal first before Payza. So, investing on this payment gateway will just bring small amount of customers.
Also, Payza is more expensive than PayPal about fees.
01-13-2017, 03:49 AM #8
I was looking around for an article that I found in the past about a comparison between Paypal and Payza which was really good and had a lot of good information but I can't seem to find that article.
Here's one that has a comparison between Paypal and Payza with a list of features that are compared:
01-15-2017, 01:39 PM #9
PayPal's fees are pretty high but you'll make way more just by having PayPal as a payment option on your site. A lot of consumers trust them and they increase conversions just by being there. You should take this in consideration also.
07-31-2017, 05:18 AM #10
WIth Payza it is easy to sign up and get verified unlike the Paypal payment option. Paypal's fees structure is currently is more compared to the Payza fee structure.
07-31-2017, 10:22 AM #11
PayPal is a better option than any other. It's been there for a very longer time, knows what it does, has a good reputation and fairly large customer base, offers quality and great customer support, and has everything simple and elegant because of it's user interface. Has many products online to choose from and at very good deals. So PayPal, in my opinion.
08-08-2017, 06:33 PM #12
I use paypal as well as payza. Paypal has a limited functionality in my home country, for example cannot associate my local bank with my paypal account. I cannot use my local cards on paypal accpount. However, payza works fully. sadly, payza has higher fees compared to paypal. Because of high transacton, I don't use payza much.
08-09-2017, 02:43 AM #13
PayPal may be more expensive but it is definitely worth it. PayPal has a large userbase so you are actually catering to huge volumes of potential customers. PayPal has links with certain local banks in my country so local users do trust them. I doubt they will be willing to open Payza accounts. Most of our local e-commerce sites accept PayPal but does not offer Payza as payment option.
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