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I have a blog and I want to receive money from ads such as Google ads. I dont have a credit card or a bank account, so I am looking for a secure online service to store my money. I tried paypal but they require a bank account.

Hint: I dont need to get the money as cash but I want to use it to buy some things online.

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You can't receive payment from AdSense in Paypal. They don't have much options for payment support.google.com/adsense/bin/… and all of them requires a bank account or credit card. – Deepak Kamat Apr 27 '13 at 5:08

You should be able to register a bank account on paypal without needing a credit card. Possibly open an ING checking account.

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Paypal for sure does not require a credit card. You can do just bank account. – Wil Jul 30 '10 at 17:16
FYI, The ING Direct Electric Orange checking account requires first creating a savings account, which requires having a pre-existing checking account to fund it. – spoulson Jul 30 '10 at 19:01

Moneybookers is pretty good and reputable. The thing is, you have to make sure that the app payouts support whatever option you are trying to do.

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ok , but how to receive money in my account , thanks for help – Radi Jul 31 '10 at 6:53

Please take a look at payoneer.com they release own Debit Master Card. With it you can withdraw moeny from ATM and use it to buy goods online. I use it with odesk and it works fine.

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You can buy a prepaid debit card and then use a moneypak(sic?) voucher to put cash onto the card. Not sure if that's "online" enough for your needs though.

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