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My Top 3 Payment Processors For Freelancers

I had experiences in freelancing and I know your number 1 question is how you get your payment from your clients.

Below are 3 Payment Processors that I recommend to use:

I use PayPal as my online wallet when doing transactions online. I can use it to pay for goods I buy online, send money to other PayPal users and accept money from clients and other people.

As for Skrill, I recently use it since one of the sites I use stops using PayPal. My experience with them is good so far. I used their sending and accepting services and it worked perfectly fine.

And last but not the least, Payoneer. I created an account there because I heard that when you are doing freelancing works, this one is best to use since fees are smaller compared to other payment processors. I haven't actually used it but I'm sure they are true to their words.

Anyway, it doesn't matter what payment processor you use as long as you have one of them. But much better, if you have at least 2 or more at hand.

They are useful if you don't want to reveal your 16-digit credit card over the internet when buying products.

Also, if you are accepting other currency like USD and you want to withdraw or cash it out, they come in handy as they will allow you to transfer your money into your local bank account. However, you should take note associated fees in all things you do so you won't get surprised after seeing your hard-earned money.

So what are you waiting for? Check these payment processors I shared above and start creating your account now!

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  1. Bago sa akin ang skrill at di ko pa nagagamit ang payoneer account ko. sana soon kasi talagang mataas ang cut ng paypal. this aside sa kawawa ang walang credit card para ma-verify ang kanilang acct.


    1. Hello hoshi,

      It seems to me you know how to use payment processor. I'm sure you already accepted money online. Teach me what things you do like freelancing, blogging, etc.

      Anyway, thank you for visiting my blog. More power to your blog and I really enjoy reading most of your entries there. :)


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