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  1. says

    Thanks for the advice. Unfortunately, as a canadian, we cannot access Powerpay unless we have a company in the USA or a sparate business entity there.
    Perhaps you could provide details as to this point
    Cheers
    Roy

    • admin says

      Hey Roy,

      Yes, a major oversight on our part as we have companies in both countries. I have spoken with Powerpay and they are in the midst of bringing their services to Canada in the next couple of months. Will keep you updated.

  2. says

    Just jumped over and took a look at PowerPay, thanks for the info I think I may add them to my checkout.
    Thanks again
    Bob

  3. says

    Hi guys, care to comment on what Roy asked? Or even mention it in the post.

    PowerPay is ONLY an option for US based residents or those willing to play the “incorporate in the US” loopholes.

    As Canadian business owners, it’s not an option… or am I missing something? Regardless of 8 years of reputable experience with other services…. “upgrading” to PowerPay simply isn’t an option for a Canadian business owner.

    Your thoughts on this are greatly welcomed.

  4. zeo says

    Thanks for the advice. Useless for an European , we cannot access Powerpay unless we have a company in the USA or a separate business entity there.
    Perhaps you could provide details as to this point
    Americans should become much more international.!!
    The net is global ! thanks

  5. says

    As a Vancouver-based operation, why are you wasting our time with services available only to US-based firms? Yes, it sounds like a good service but you are not eligible to use this resource any more than the rest of us, contrary to your stated experience. Obviously, you are making points bringing in new clients but your credibility has just taken a nose-dive, in my humble opinion. Remove me from your mailing list please.

    • admin says

      Matter of fact, Powerpay is our provided as we are a multi-national company. Sorry, we were not aware that they are still working on the Canadian availability of their services.

      We were just recommending a provider that gives great service. We will find another solution for your needs.

  6. says

    I’m a little perplexed at the above article for not mentioning Paypal as a top tier provider. I’m pretty sure that Paypal provides services for processing credit cards as well as e-money. I’ve bought items via paypal using my visa card. Also, I have signed up for their merchant account though (I’m in NZ) and tested the account – I can get credit cards processed through my merchant account. Does that make Paypal a top-tier provider?

    • admin says

      Hi,

      You are correct in that Paypal will accept credit cards as well. Therefore they are considered a top-tier provider. However some people just don’t like Paypal and will not buy unless you have another option available. That being said, we recommended in the article that you have and continue to use Paypal first and then add on a merchant provider. You will get more sales – guaranteed. It has been proven time and again.

      Cheers.

  7. what about HSBC? are they not covering internationally? - Eddie Chin says

    I think HSBC – (Hongkong & Shanghai Banking Corp.)
    is one of the most reputed international bankers.
    am I right?

  8. what about HSBC? are they not covering internationally? - Eddie Chin says

    As far as I know, HSBC branches covers the whole of South East Asia, Indian Ocean Region & England. Sorry, I’m not sure about in other parts of the world.

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