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Discussion in 'Chatterbox' started by Vicros, Mar 7, 2012.
I am wondering if you guys plan on releasing the webstore as used on Xenique for others to purchase?
It is coming soon.
I'm hoping it will include an alternative to Paypal. Not saying that you should not support paypal, but rather include an alternative as well, for those of us who can not use it.
Payza (once known as AlertPay)
There is a wide range of possible alternatives.
And dont forget bank transfer.
I honestly know of no one.... zero people who would trust doing that online.
It's built to be flexible.
It all depends what is pre-built -vs- having to code myself.
Hint: Would rather not code.
You won't have to resort to coding anything. More information this spring/summer.
In many countries in Europe it's common practise and secure.
And it don't have to be fully automated, just an option that the user wants to pay with this method and the admin checks manually and approves.
Most of the people I know online are from Europe, Asia, and Australia ..... None of them like or trust such methods.
Guess it's in the eyes of the beholder.
I dont know where you are from but this is a common form of payment because many, many people in German/Austria/.... don't have a credit card.
So your argument is...? Don't treat others as if they dont know what they are speaking about.
No real argument. Just do not believe it is a common practice.
Out of 200+ people who are from Germany (don't recall anyone from Austria).... All of them were able to send payment & direct bank transfer was never an option provided.
As I said, we can chuck this up as being true in the eye of the beholder. From your point of view, this is a common practice, but from my own point; I don't even with over 200 payments from the locations you list as an example.
This mainly depends on your audience. I have three credit cards but having a cc is not common in Germany/Austria for many population groups. I'm running dozens of websites and having the option to pay with bank transfer is very important.
Clearly I can agree that it does depend on your audience. Does Germany by chance have debit bank cards ...ie... Anything plastic to swipe when cash is not on hand?
Bank transfers are common in the UK, France and a lot of Europe (A lot of my family lives there).
They are also popular in Japan, Thailand, and a few other places in Asia.
Why don't we drop this subject . Not worth arguing about.
I'd have to take your word for it. Never seen it though.... thankfully.
The idea of giving someone your account number and routing number.... Just doesn't seem like a good idea. That at least is how bank transfers are done here.
*camps out in front of webstore for Sportsbook*
I use Ecwid for it
Thank you very much sir. I cannot wait.