What Do You Do If Paypal is Not Supported in Your Country?

dandeedo

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Hi Guys,

I am interested to know what do you guys do if Paypal is not supported in your Country? I have some online employees who always ask me to pay via Skrill or other platform (e.g. Freelancer, Odesk, Elance, etc.) as Paypal is not supported in their country. So in that circumstances what option do you use? How do you perform online transaction if Paypal is deadly needed but your country doesn't support it? Please let me know your thoughts. Thanks!
 

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Paypal is not supported in my country. As someone who is making money online, i deals with Payza, Egopay, Solidtrustpay, Perfectmoney, Okpay. If i want to pay for a service and i noticed only paypal is accepted, i always look for someone to pay with paypal for me and i pay the person back either with our local currency / money if the person is from my country or other ecurrencies if not from my country.

We do have companies here as well that help pay for stuffs online with Paypal. This service is called Pay It For Me.
 

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As i reside in Pakistan, And paypal is not available in my country.. First i tried to make account using fake information, but soon they ask for Photo ID, and then i made my Paypal verified using Payoneer's MasterCard, as they provide us with a Checking Account in Bank Of America, similarly like Virtual Bank account, so it made my paypal Verified, and lifted all my limits.
 

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NumanShah keep yourself up to date PayPal No longer Accepting Payoneer.
 

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but since my account is almost a year old, its still working well, twice they put limitations on my account, but i completed the checklists and thus its active again... with a little help from my brother in USA
 

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Paypal is not supported in many countries and also can put a hold on your money for newer accounts and that can be a problem. If you haven't heard of 2Checkout, then google that!

2CO is a very reputable platform that allows for customers to pay you via Paypal even know you don't have Paypal yourself. Customers can also use credit and debit cards as well. For people paying you via Paypal, it will charge you just a bit more than what Paypal would charge for fees, this way they make their profit and handle the headache for you.

All money in your account is paid out once a week, mostly on Thursdays and Fridays. I recommend 2Checkout because I have had no issues with them and their support is much better than Paypal's. I have been using 2CO's platform for about 1 year now.
 

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There are other payment gateways that you can use, Skrill, Payza, BlueSnap, etc.
 

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If Paypal is not supported in your country, there several similar payment platforms you can use. They include Payooner, Payza, Netteller, Skrill, and a host of others. But Paypal is the best you can find around. If your country is restricted, it must have been a measure to prevent compromise and maintain its global acclaim as a first choice payment platform.
 

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If PayPal is not really available in your country, I think you should make any other available option that is similar to the PayPal. There is Payza and Netteller that I think has some similarity with PayPal. But I really would choose PayPal to be used if only it is possible since it is more convenient and reliable to used.
 

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Services that I used and are good to use instead of PayPal: Skrill, Neteller (same company as Skrill actually), Webmoney.
I can also suggest Cryptocurrencies like Bitcoin or Ethereum, but these are a little harder to use than normal payment processors.
 
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