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01-17-2013, 03:53 AM
Well this has been neglectet lately so I tought I should bring this up again.
Currently only Credit Cards and Paypal are acceptet.
While I by now seem to belong to the wealthier people I dont have either of those and also dont plan on having either in the future.
So I am still waiting for some additional Payment Options :)
01-17-2013, 02:51 PM
Sunleader - what did you have in mind? Unfortunately out options are limited with the store payment provider we are using, but I`m interested to hear what other options you consider common?
01-18-2013, 07:09 AM
The Most Common Known services I use would be Click&Buy and Moneybookers
Especially Moneybookers has been growing lately.
Steam also uses Moneybookers
actually I pay nearly everything over Moneybookers by now
only have Click&Buy because I had it before already.
01-18-2013, 03:12 PM
I checked and our payment solution doesn`t offer any of these options. We can add stuff like interact payments and bank wires but that`s it. I guess in the near future we could expand to include Moneybookers... but after Steam as it`ll take some work.
01-18-2013, 11:23 PM
Dont worry Kon
I never expectet something like this to be solved fast.
I just bought it up because it hasnt come up lately anymore.
Hmm ok now my English is leaving me.
I cant sort "Interact Payments and Bank Wires" into anything I know
Tough considering theres only 3 possible Services I cant translate into English I suppose the choice of this would be limited to those.
ELV works for anyone and everyone as anyone with an Bank Account has it.
I guess that would be one of those two for sure as well as I dont know how it is translatet into English.
01-19-2013, 09:12 AM
Ah the language barrier:)
Interact is using your bank card to pay - not sure how that can work online.
And wire payment involves you going to the bank and asking them to send money to a certain account - very dated method.
01-19-2013, 09:32 AM
ELV is Elektronisches Lastschriftverfahren
It basicly works the same way as using your normal Bank Card
but instead of using the Card at some Mashine in the Store you send the Data Online
then the Amount specified is deductet from the Bank Account.
Well outdatet method is not really correct in this case.
Moneybookers and other Services basicly do the exactly same just that they serve as an intermediate so you dont need to send your Bank Account Data to alot of different Companys.
(after all sending your Card Number and so on also means your giving out quite a bit of data on yourself ^^ and its also alot easier when I can just use Name and Passwort instead of writing down my whole Card and Account Numbers each single payment.)
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