After all the Paypal fiasco that has happening Nigerians being banned, lately many Nigerians, Ghanians and other africa countries are looking out for alternative Paypal-like services. Paypal Might have already shocked all the freelancers and online earners. I am not looking to earn money online that’s why i’m not shocked.
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Ok back to our post, I have collected a list of PayPal alternatives. Let’s See what is in the list.
Many of my online have resorted 2CO for all their online money needs. 2CO has a lot of positive reviews and is considered as a great alternate to Paypal. Check out their fees:
2CO applies a 5.5% commission on each transaction, plus a $0.45 USD charge per transaction.
There is a one-time set-up fee of $49 USD.
MoneyBookers or MB is a great alternative to Paypal because of the Currency conversion rates (they are the best). Check out the MoneyBookers fees here:
Alertpay.com has a great service almost similar to paypal and moneybooker. Please check their site to learn more about their services
4. Google Checkout
Google Checkout is yet to conquer the world of Online Payments. The service is pretty much limited and unheard. Hope they come up as the best competitors to Paypal.
When Paypal had shut the doors for Nigeria users a couple of time back, Xoom played a major role for all the Nigerians who earn online. You can receive Paypal amount on your Xoom account, this is the best feature of this service. You can calculate the fees by following this link:
Libertyreserve is also a great payment processors, Infact it has been Africa most widespread used online payment processor, its the only payment processor out there that is very Nigeria friendly. You can create an account with them today by signing up, to learn more about libertyreserve.com service please visit their site
Okpay.com is also a great online payment processor, they normally give Debit Mastercard to their users after signup and after completing your data verification with them. Okpay newly added a Nigeria based payment processor Instantgoldng.com as partner for funding their users account. the good news is that Nigeria and Ghanians and other Africans can now fund their okpay.com account with LibertyReserve.com with ease and use it to pay for goods and services online anywhare okpay.com payment is accepted. I am currently writing a comprehensive tutorial on this. Please check back for details.
Fastecash is also fast growing Nigeria based payment processors, i have seen alots of Nigerians using it. though i have long signed up with them by creating an account, i have not used their service before. You can visit their site to learn more Fastecash.com
These are the top 8 possible alternatives for Paypal if you are a Nigerian. Frankly, compiling this list was a bit of pain because none of these services come even a little closer to what Paypal is presently.
Do let us know which service do you prefer as PayPal alternative for Nigerian, Ghanian And African users?