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    Alternatives to Moneypak

    looking for a way to transfer money safely. not via paypal gift or anything. what are some other options. wu is out.i would also love if i could get the money into paypal easily

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    I can't tell you. Those are the only that I know of. Unless someone transfers money to someones Paypal and they send you cash. xD

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    Let me begin by asking this:

    What is wrong with MoneyPak that makes you reluctant to use it? I can probably help out based upon your answer.

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    the user whom i am trying to get to send moneypak, is not easily able to pick on up. @Demo

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    Perhaps try moneybookers, it is an alternative to PayPal, user friendly and accepts credit cards

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    @Demo, is there a way i can then transfer that money to paypal? and is it possible to chargeback there?

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    There is NO chance of a chargeback, but you will have to find somebody to exchange the money for you to get it into PayPal.

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    hmm, do you know if there is any place online where someone can buy a prepaid credit card that i can load onto my paypal?@Demo

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    @john

    Liberty Reserve, MoneyGram, Bank Transfers/Wire Money, and Chase QuickPay are the alternatives I know of besides WU.

    Came across this while browsing one day. It's an online prepaid visa gift card.
    http://usa.visa.com/personal/cards/p...ard-online.jsp
    Last edited by ASAP; 04-01-2012 at 09:45 PM.

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