Today, this shouldn’t be an issue. It’s relatively easy to collect payments for goods and services from anywhere in the world via payment service providers. With so many online payment solutions out there, though, which ones can you trust for that all important credit card, bank transfer, or real-time orders? Here are our 10 best selections.
WooCommerce allows WordPress users to create their very own e-commerce shop. There are several neat features that make this payment processor worth your time.
2CheckOut is a payment processor which is a combination of a merchant account and payment gateway that doesn’t require PayPal or a Merchant account. Simply register and verify your account and you can start accepting credit card payments, and even PayPal payments. The company also offers international payments, shopping cart stores, and a recurring billing feature.
If you’re a developer, you should already be using Stripe. Developers use Stripe to integrate a payment system into their projects through Stripe’s robust API. This prevents the need for a merchant account, and also allows you to build your own payment forms that can bypass PCI requirements.
ACH Payments has several key features that make it one of the top payment systems around. Pros include: being able to make global payments, as well as serving as a payment gateway, merchant account, credit card processor, and mobile payment processor. It can also handle ACH payments and can be used as a payroll system.
What makes WePay standout isn’t the fact that it’s a payment processor allowing internet merchants to accept credit cards and bank account payments online, it’s the fact it’s incredibly simple. In fact, you can begin accepting payments in under a minute. The only drawback is that it’s only available for U.S. citizens.
Dwolla : It’s been stated that Authorize.Net is the most widely used payment gateway on the internet – probably because it’s been around since 1996. Currently, there are over 375,000 merchants handling more than $88 billion in annual transactions safely through credit cards and e-checks. Something’s going right over there.
Dwolla is a more recent competitor to PayPal with some outstanding benefits. For example, you can transfer funds through email, phone, Facebook, LinkedIn, or Twitter.
Amazon Payments is a safe, easy and convenient method for users to receive money by using Amazon’s API. Users can also send money via ACH (Automated Clearing House). Since almost everyone has an Amazon account, all your important information has already been stored
Obviously PayPal would be included in this list – it’s only one of the world’s most widely used payment acquirers processing some 8 million payments every day.