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Atlanta-based BitPay hooks up with PayPal to expand bitcoin adoption

Atlanta-based BitPay hooks up with PayPal to expand bitcoin adoption
Merchants using Payments Hub can create a BitPay merchant account. PayPal customers with a bitcoin wallet will then be able to pay with bitcoin for games, music, videos, news, ebooks, and other digital content. “PayPal's Payments Hub is the ideal first …
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Payments Processor Braintree Confirms Bitcoin Integration Rumors
In its blog post regarding the announcement, Coinbase indicated that Braintree businesses will need to open a new merchant account with Coinbase in order to complete the integration upon its release. However, Braintree merchants that want to get in …
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How Main Street Will Pay for Home Depot's Data Breach
When a credit-card company identifies fraud, it wipes the payment off the cardholder's account and notifies the merchant. Unless the store can prove the payment was authorized, the credit-card company debits money from a merchant's checking account, …
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PayPal Review: Best Low Volume Credit Card Processing

PayPal Review: Best Low Volume Credit Card Processing
After much research and analysis of credit card processors, we recommend PayPal as the best low-volume credit card processor for small businesses. We consider low-volume to mean any business that does fewer than a dozen transactions per day.
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topcreditcardprocessors.com Names Merchant Warehouse as the Third Top
NAPLES, FL–(Marketwired – June 23, 2015) – The independent authority on merchant services, topcreditcardprocessors.com, has named Merchant Warehouse the 3rd best credit card processing service for the month of June 2015. Merchant Warehouse was …
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Is it better to use Paypal or get a 3rd party free merchant account if I have a high risk business?

Question by Joaquin M: Is it better to use Paypal or get a 3rd party free merchant account if I have a high risk business?
I have a growing high risk business. Do I keep on using Paypal or get a merchant account as my biz grows? Is it safer to opt for a 3rd party high risk merchant account provider?

Best answer:

Answer by Joe C
Although I have used PayPal, I’ve heard a lot of unfavorable things about them.

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