what are your payment processors???

Philippines
June 28, 2012 4:33am CST
We all know there is Paypal, there is also Alertpay, Liberty Reserve and Solidtrust Pay... Which processor is the most convenient for you? In Alertpay, is it still impossible to hook you EON debit card with it? Is it true that you can use your regular debit card and not just the EON debit card with Solid trust Pay?
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9 responses
@danitykane (3192)
• Philippines
29 Jun 12
Hi there, For me the most convenient payment processor is Paypal. I have tried using Alertpay and Liberty but I always go back to Paypal. Paypal offers a wide range of services other than payment processing. They have partnership with big online stores such as ebay. They also have more secure online facility and trusted among big online companies and they do have commercial abroad proving that they are very legit. I have money on Alertpay but it is so little, I wonder how to transfer funds as well - directly to my account.
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• Philippines
29 Jun 12
Hi danitykane. Do you mean add funds to your AlertPay account? For now the option they have available is the bank transfer, bank wire, and money order/check. Hopefully they fix all their backlog issues so users can add funds using their credit cards.
• South Africa
25 Jun 13
do you know how to transfer funds from STP to Paypal?
@licupmn (12)
• Philippines
28 Jun 12
I am using Paypal, Liberty Reserve and Payza, both Paypal and Payza was verified using Smartmoney Card, but I guess EON is not possible to use on Payza base on the feedback from my colleagues that uses EON card. For me the safest from all of these payment processor is the Paypal.
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• Philippines
28 Jun 12
Hi licupmn. Can you still fund Payza using your Smartmoney Card? Can you transfer funds from Payza to your Smartmoney Card?
• Philippines
28 Jun 12
in addition, is it possible to withdraw payza funds to smart money???
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28 Jun 12
My husband trusted PayPal more than anything else. Alertpay, now Payza got too many bad reviews that's why we stick to PayPal. And the means of verification is very strict, it's better to be safe and not be scammed.
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• Philippines
29 Jun 12
Yes, gracielou85, Payza had received a lot of complaints lately about delays in withdrawals and deposits via credit cards. This is probably why they disabled the credit card option for the meantime. On the other hand, I do agree with you that PayPal is a very trustworthy payment processor. Recently I had a dispute about Widto (widto.com), an e-currency exchange site and they resolved it and refunded my money back. This personal experience has even cemented my trust with them.
@jsae29 (1122)
• Philippines
28 Jun 12
I've always used paypal. I have not heard of Alertpay. I am happy with paypal's service.
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@syoti20 (5295)
• Philippines
4 Jul 12
I am not familiar with Payza.. I am really oudated. The only payment I want to use is Paypal and EON Card.
• Philippines
5 Jul 12
its the new name of alertpay, they just changed names, for what reason, I know not
• Philippines
15 Jan 13
I always trust PayPal because I do have successful money transfer transaction to such carriers; also it is more convenient because it is linked to my credit card account. Meaning, I can do pay directly to paypal and to my bank account. Also, it is good in terms of online shopping because there are some online stores that have online payment through PayPal.
@chiyosan (29387)
• Philippines
2 Jul 12
i am only using paypal as of this time. there are other processors but since i am only on mylot, i am just using paypal. and i withdraw my money from paypal to local bank.
@rsa101 (13336)
• Philippines
28 Jun 12
For me, I am favoring more on Liberty Reserve since I have more sites that uses that processor and I have earned more from there since they charge low fees. Exchanging it in my local currency is also a breeze since there are reliable local exchangers if in case I would like to to be transferred to my account anytime of the day.
@asdomencil (4276)
• Philippines
28 Jun 12
Before my wife used my bank account but the charge is too high because it serve as remittance. When I got my frst cashout from mylot, I just transfer it to my wife's account and buy some items for her cloth diaper business.