Net silver comparison: moneybookers and paypal

@dong88 (796)
China
December 15, 2011 12:36am CST
Moneybookers and paypal, the two net silver I have account. But even more, I like moneybookers. Why? Fare is very low, every time service, collect fees to $2.47, and very fast and safe. And Paypal, charge is more high, every time to $35. Making money online to us the person is too high. Excuse me, in mylot, can use the net silver moneybookers? Thank you!
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@aman1981 (793)
• India
15 Dec 11
in my point of view the fees of liberty reserve is very low as compare to any other payment processor, as you seen the paypal is most trusted payment processor and also in indian point of view his charge is high but they transfer the amount directly to the bank account. on the other way the liberty reserve is also shown as a payment processor of many website, while i seen my low website shown moneybookers as payment processor.
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@dong88 (796)
• China
15 Dec 11
Hello! Thank you for your answer. Some of my friends used to use paypal, are now switching to moneybookers. Me, I have been use moneybookers. To be honest, moneybookers really nice. The expenses low, safety and quickly. Wish you good luck!
@aman1981 (793)
• India
15 Dec 11
I want to Know Something I have recently join MB and they just send me verification of address, so my question is I have Register through Currency INR and i want to received money in Dollor so is they transfer my amount to my Indian Bank account, second i have join with personal account and want to invest money in some HYIP sites so is it ok to going with personal account.
@enelym001 (8333)
• Philippines
15 Dec 11
Hi dong88, No that's not possible. Because myLot only pays via Paypal. Maybe they might consider that in the future.
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@dong88 (796)
• China
15 Dec 11
Hello! Thank you for your reply. I hope mylot can also use moneybookers. You said, your moneybookers, set up a pound, is actually can change to the dollar. You can try to change it. Happy every day!
@wulania (1528)
• Indonesia
15 Dec 11
i make money from microworkers and it uses money booker for the payment. i have two verified moneybookers account
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@enelym001 (8333)
• Philippines
15 Dec 11
Really? We can make two accounts in Moneybookers? I have created one account, but I wrongly chose Pound as currency instead of US dollars. I can;t seem to find how to change it.
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@dong88 (796)
• China
15 Dec 11
Hello! You have two moneybookers accounts? Well, it is not the necessary. Because when you withdraw money to verification, this may be inconvenient. I suggest you use only one account. Happy every day!
@boyuancy (1709)
• India
15 Dec 11
Is it safe? This is probably the first time I'm hearing of it though, I am also miffed with the high accounting rates of PayPal. Unfortunately, PayPal is considered safe and everyone accepts it.
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@dong88 (796)
• China
15 Dec 11
yes. Moneybookers is very safe. My friends and I are all in using it. Some people use for a long time, have been very safe fast. Still, he is every time service, just fee of $2.47. Ha ha, very low cost. I wish you good luck!
@ishrael (114)
• Portugal
15 Dec 11
For me those are the best ewallets i know, Moneybookers has lower fees and alittle bit less acceptance in the market, great for gaming sites or casinos. Paypal is accpted in more places, has more expensive withdrawall fees but ir you use your emoney to shop on other sites you don't pay any fees, its wath i doo mostly.
@dong88 (796)
• China
15 Dec 11
Hello! Thank you for your answer. Moneybookers is very good electronic purse. I like it very much. Ha ha, I use it. I am in China, moneybookers withdrawals from, only two or three days time, OK. Moneybookers expenses low, and quickly security. Wish you good luck!
@varier (5699)
• Indonesia
15 Dec 11
By the way it's the first time I heard about term "net silver". Would it be more appropriate by calling those as payment processor? :p Or this term is popularly used on the other place? And if it's about fees, I prefer Liberty Reserve as they have really less fees - compared to any other payment processor. Only 0.01$ per transactions with maximum fee of $2.99. Here is the comparison table: http://www.libertyreserve.com/en/public/fees And with three layer security (you need to enter password, login PIN, and master PIN!), I think the security of LR is really reliable.. Acually, Paypal has no fees if the money sender mark the transaction as "Personal Payment". I already got much of payment in Paypal, and only few of them charged me fees.. Unfortunately, you can only use Paypal as payment processor here. But don't worry, I believe you will not be charged by any fees at all..
@boyuancy (1709)
• India
15 Dec 11
I recently got two payments from PayPal. They were in check form so I guess the fees was for the checks. I haven't verified my bank account as yet, but when I do, I will verify if the fees was for the check or not.
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@dong88 (796)
• China
15 Dec 11
Hello! Thank you for your answer. You received from paypal money, only charge the little cost, excuse me, to tell is how much it will cost? Don't 35 dollars? Listen to a person to say, in the paypal withdrawals, every time want to hand in as high as 35 dollars for service. Happy every day!
@varier (5699)
• Indonesia
16 Dec 11
@dong88 Please understand that Paypal fees may varies for different countries. My withdrawal fees is at around $2, while Indian members charged no fees at all when withdraw. My concern above was just about "transaction fee" which is low enough and even can be free if the sender mark the payment as "Personal Payment". If you want to avoid the withdrawal fees, try to sell your balance to your friend instead.. @boyuancy I said that I got payment in Paypal, and not from Paypal. I guess it's all about transactions via Paypal and not about withdrawal.. I got charged fees of around $2 when I am going to make a withdrawal to my bank..
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