Bidpay


designerthriftshop
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10 Oct 07 07:21:25 pm
hello. I have been reading all the horror stories about Paypal & how great Bidpay is. Can someone explain to me how to incorporate Bidpay into my auctions. Does Bidpay have any capabilites for printing shipping labels like Paypal?

Do the funds clear quickly like Paypal when a person sends a payment or do you have to wait a few days before you ahve access to them.

Thanks :roll:


grboutique
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11 Oct 07 01:08:47 am
Bidpay is better than paypal. The charge less fees than paypal. It is safer than paypal. When you sign up, they will need you to verify some documents. They want you to email them a scanned copy of your Driver's license, Utility Bills, and Bank Statement. The good this is when a customer pays you, it will go directly to your checking account not like paypal where you need to wait 2-3 days before the funds transfer to your bank account.


bayericlowe
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13 Oct 07 07:48:10 am
Go to 'Payment options' and set it up there. Offer Bidpay as one of your primary choices and copy the code.

To go even further, you can remove Paypal as the 'default option' and force someone to choose. Or remove Paypal & leave Bidpay as your option, to a whole selection of your items. It will work and you'll have good sales where the money deposits direct to your bank withy Bidpay.


designerthriftshop
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13 Oct 07 07:15:06 pm
Thank you everyone for your help. Do you know if BidPay hs a shiiping label option like PayPal does/ Also, can you still invoice your buyers through ebay?


 

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