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Unfortunately, CoinPal used to be the way to go until PayPal shut him down. Now, the only ways I found to get BitCoins from PayPal are: BitCoinMarket: Requires a certain level of reputation before you can use PayPal. ExchangeZone->LibertyReserve->MtGox: Confusing, round-about setup and you need to have your account on ExchangeZone verified before you can ...
Amazon accounts can receive Donations but there are a few caveats. (Taken from this article) Who can use Amazon Simple Pay Donations? Amazon Simple Pay Donations can be used by U.S.-based, IRS-certified 501(c)3 Non-Profit Organizations to collect donations. Follow a few quick and easy instructions to set up your Amazon Payments Business ...
You can use Amazon Payments to send money. Send money to your friends and family using the payment information in your Amazon.com account. You can send money to their e-mail address or U.S. mobile number online or via your mobile phone. And there is no FEE (unlike paypal): Is there a fee for using Amazon WebPay? No, there is no charge to send ...
Paypal does provide API access to manage this through the Recurring Payments API. The doco has a description of the workflow required, but of particular interest to you would be GetRecurringPaymentsProfileDetails. You could check the profile status or the date of last payment received to see if a payment has been made and act accordingly.
Hat tip to Gajus Kuizinas who has clarified this for me. You may not utilize Facebook Payments to sell virtual currency or other stored-value item that can be used outside of the app where the transaction was completed. In short, no: Facebook Payments cannot be used for digital downloads.
Ever heard of Bitcoin? It's a decentralized online currency. You can buy them using euros and sell them for euros again at a quite stable rate. One disadvantage is that I don't know any Bitcoin Exchange that does not incur a 1.20 EUR deposit and withdrawal fee. Apart from that, trade fees are usually around 0.55%, wich is reasonable, right? Credit cards are ...
There's Moneybookers.com. They do have fees, but they don't appear to be too bad, and they are one of the few things that EBay directly supports (in addition to PayPal). I've not used them yet, but I have an account and plan to use them for future EBay sales to see how they work out.
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I think EventHoller does everything you're looking for, it lets you create different ticket types and you can set limits on how many of each type are sold. It has a couple other cool features as well. It also accepts a variety of payment options, which you mentioned you are looking for. It also makes it easy for organizers and attendees to contact eachother, ...
I suggest you try Shastic, a free ticketing service that is super easy to use, you can set it up in 2 minutes and you can use Paypal to receive payment instantly as each ticket is sold.
What about Pingg? They seem to cater for most if not all the features you are looking for. List of features (some are paid features) Invitation & eCard Designs pingg Gallery Designer Series Custom Design Your Image pingg Plus Designers pingg Vault Connecting with your Audience Online pinggs Postal pinggs Digital ...
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