Jan 102017
 
 

List of online walletsIn this article you will find a list of online wallets, payment processors. These are money accounts which you can use for paying online. Some of them can be topped up from bank account or a credit/debit card. You can receive your earned money to them, e.g. from PTC sites. Some of them support withdrawals directly to your bank account.
Each PTC site or other program where you can earn money online supports some or more online wallets.
Below we will talk about where are which online wallets used the most. I will also add links for registration to each of the payment processors.

List of online wallets, payment processors

PayPal

– registration (click on the banner):

paypal

– you send money to an email = username
– most wide-spread online wallet
– common in e-shops
– nowadays not much used on PTC sites and programs where you can earn money online anymore. Only the biggest sites were able to keep it and even there its future is unsure. PayPal stops to support all sites where you can earn money online.
– you can send money from/to bank account for zero fee (for some countries)
– if you buy something somewhere and you are not satisfied with the service/product you have 180 days to fill a dispute/chargeback and possibly get your money back

Payza

– registration (click on the banner):

payza

– you send money to an email = username
– common almost in all online programs and some e-shops. Mainly lately many sites are switching from Paypal to Payza.
– fees for transactions between people, for payments and for transfers from/to bank account are high
– problem with verification (which almost all PTC sites etc. require) – you can verify it after your transactions (top ups are counted too) get over $500
– if you buy something somewhere and you are not satisfied with the service/product you have 180 days to fill a dispute/chargeback and possibly get your money back

PerfectMoney

– registration (click on the banner):

PerfectMoney

– you send money to a USD account starting with U***, NOT to a username or userid!
– easy and fast to verify, some programs accept even unverified accounts
– very often used in almost all programs (mainly in those that do not have Paypal)
– high fees to send money from/to bank account, cheaper via exchangers
– low transaction fees
– you cannot fill a dispute/chargeback, once you pay its final

SolidTrustPay

– registration (click on the banner):

SolidTrustPay

– you send money to a username
– verification is more difficult and takes longer
– you can send money from/to bank account
– high fees (like with Payza)
– common almost in all online programs, lately much more used
– STP is an option to Payza, it is very similar to Payza, support on sites in almost the same
– if you buy something somewhere and you are not satisfied with the service/product you have 180 days to fill a dispute/chargeback and possibly get your money back

Payeer

– registration (click on the banner):

payeer

– you send to an account name starting with P***
– its usage is spreading nowadays, quite common in online programs
– low transaction fees

AdvCash

– registration (click on the banner):

advcash

– you send to a wallet id starting with U*** nebo na e-mail
– starting wallet but its usage is spreading mainly thanks to the possibility to exchange Payza-STP-bank and more via it
– you can send money to Xapo and exchange PM and Payeer from there

Bitcoin

– nowadays very popular currency which is still gaining its worth and has a good future for sure
– you can choose from many wallets, one of the best are e.g.:
– registration Blockchain here: https://blockchain.info/wallet
– registration Xapo (click on the banner):

xapo

– you send to a bitcoin address which is a long code of letters and numbers (no dashes and other signs)
– usage is spreading a lot, nowadays common in almost all online programs and e-shops
– the exchange rate to USD is very volatile, possible risk to lose money but also possibility to earn money

There are more wallets out there. This is the list of the ones that I am using. These are all those most used online wallets.


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