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scrat
August 4, 2007, 01:36 PM
Ok i am working on opening up an account on both auction arms and gunbrokers. Question i have. I was using both paypal and ebay. With ebay going totally anti gun. Once my auctions end on ebay thats it for me. However i need to find a place that can accept credit cards as easily as paypal did. i have been looking for a while now however most places require a merchant account then charge some hefty start up fees along with monthly fees. These fees would make it a lot harder to make a dollar. So question has anyone found anything that even comes close to a paypal. I guess the best part that i like about paypal is that people would email me on things that they knew i had. So i would create an invoice on paypal and send it to them. I have not found an establishment that i can use so far. Unless i go check and money order only. However that would take soooo long and i would loose a lot of business.

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kingpin008
August 4, 2007, 02:42 PM
Might want to try Stormpay or Gearpay. I don't know much about either, but they're supposed to be more gun-friendly than Paypal or Ebay.

mbdolfin
August 4, 2007, 04:12 PM
i know how you feel scrat. paypal is so easy to use and makes shopping a breeze on ebay. i just don't have the time or want to deal with the hassel of going and getting a money order and mailing it......probably because i work rotating shift work and i spend most of my life at a place that i call hell.
that is the only reason why i don't buy more items on gunbroker. i hope it doesn't hurt your business too much. good luck!

Bruce333
August 4, 2007, 04:59 PM
Stormpay?

Not accepting new members at this time.Oh well.

I have a Gearpay account I've been using. Works almost the same as PayPal.

From Gearpay's TOS
(1) GearPay.com users are NOT allowed to use their GearPay.com account in fundraising for or to the benefit of Anti-Gun, Anti-Hunting or Anti-Military organizations.

(2) GearPay.com users are NOT allowed to use their GearPay.com account in support of Anti-Gun, Anti-Hunting or Anti-Military legislation, activities or persons/organizations that support such causes.

mp510
August 4, 2007, 07:49 PM
PAYPAL has actually gotten a little better on guns. I fyou read their TOS, they actually allow their service to be used to pay preapproved individuals and companies for guns and ammo.

loadedround
August 4, 2007, 07:57 PM
All I can say is I'm done with eBay!

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