10 Best and Reliable Online Payment Systems

An online payment system is the lifeblood of any website that sells a product or a service.  Life would be a lot better and easier if we were not required to handle bank checks or any kind of paper money, as it is quite irksome and tough to do, instead we could make any kind of financial transaction using the awesome world of internet.

In this article, we’ve compiled a list with what we believe to be the 10 best online payment systems on the market today.

1. Samurai by FeeFighters

FeeFighters is a really nice tool which allows comparing rates for merchant accounts. Samurai is the direct rival of Braintree and other gateway solutions.

Samurai by FeeFighters

Samurai by FeeFighters

2. CCBill

CCBill is similar to CCNow but on an even larger scale. CCBill is particularly impressive if a site requires custom, enterprise-level solutions. Otherwise, it may be overkill. Also, the service is expensive.

CCBill

CCBil

3. Stripe

Stripe provides an excellent payment solution for web developers who would like to integrate a payment system into their projects using Stripe’s robust API. By bypassing the traditional sign up process, Stripe acts as a merchant account for its providers, handling all PCI compliance and merchant approvals.

Stripe

Stripe

4. Braintree

Braintree is famous for working with popular tech startups like Airbnb and LivingSocial.

Braintree

Braintree

5. Skrill (Moneybookers)

Moneybookers, which is transitioning to the Skrill rebranding, is a European-based counterpart to PayPal. For the online merchant, Skrill delivers a full-featured e-commerce solution. It charges 3.9 percent plus €0.35 per transaction.

Skrill (Moneybookers)

Skrill (Moneybookers)

6. 2Checkout

2Checkout is another payment processor that combines a merchant account and payment gateway into one, allowing customers to receive credit card payments as well as PayPal payments. The company offers international payments, shopping cart stores as well as a recurring billing feature.

2Checkout

2Checkout

7. Dwolla

Dwolla is similar to PayPal and it processes over $1 million per day. They don’t charge anything for transactions less than $10. But they charge $0.25 per transaction for transactions above $10.

Dwolla

Dwolla

8. ProPay

ProPay is a PayPal-like service that serves both consumers and merchants. For merchants, it is a robust system for sending and receiving funds. It boasts a number of excellent features, including a handheld reader that is perfect for merchants whose business extends to a physical location.

ProPay

ProPay

9. Amazon Payments

Amazon Payments allows its users to receive money using its API (and to send money out via ACH). Popular crowdfunding site Kickstarter uses Amazon Payments.

Amazon Payments

Amazon Payments

10. PayJunction

Although not on the scale of CCBill, PayJunction is a one-stop shop for online merchants. They offer a 30-day free trial and a wide array of excellent features, including mobile services and a virtual terminal.

PayJunction

PayJunction

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One Thought on “10 Best and Reliable Online Payment Systems

  1. Keith on April 24, 2013 at 1:49 pm said:

    Good suggestions.
    I used to use 2checkout but changed over to Authipay(authipay.com). I sell a lot of lower price items so felt that the real time reporting on transactions was far more beneficial. Pretty good rates on small start ups aswell.

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