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Transpay as a payment option

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#1 by eniman » Sat Jan 13, 2018 11:52

It will be of great help if the management of clixsense can consider using transpay as an option for payment, it will save a lot of people from stress and their money will be paid into there local bank account directly. Please consider this as a payment option. Thanks
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#2 by splat44 » Tue Jan 16, 2018 14:23

I checked theirs web site, according to what I see, they don't seems allow businesses from Nigeria and I mostly doubt they even allows personal account from that country!

In the event you might an account, they only way to receive something to bank account is international bank wire in which can be expensive not just for the sender but to the receiver also!

Although payza fees are high, it's only processor that support your country
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#3 by eniman » Tue Jan 16, 2018 19:45

splat44 wrote: I checked theirs web site, according to what I see, they don't seems allow businesses from Nigeria and I mostly doubt they even allows personal account from that country!

In the event you might an account, they only way to receive something to bank account is international bank wire in which can be expensive not just for the sender but to the receiver also!

Although payza fees are high, it's only processor that support your country

They do accept Nigerian Banks. I have used their service before now.
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#4 by splat44 » Wed Jan 17, 2018 17:53

Ok, due to high cost for wire bank transfer (in or out), clixsense will have set the minimum payout as they did with payoneer if they choose going with such service.

Including minimum amount set by transpay to send to your bank, don't forget wire charges by transpay and your bank!

Additionally I made a general search on fees related to transpay!

Landed on global payments topic following quote come a reliable source on transpay:

Quote:B2B payments are known to be inefficient and expensive. There is an immense need for streamlining settlements and reconciliation of business commerce. At present, the major challenges are international B2B payments, working capital optimization, zero cash visibility and friction in buyer-supplier relations.

So far transpay and payoneer are listed.
paypal and payza are not listed so althhough payza has few issues, it might best sticking with them for a long run
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