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I am planning to add a product cart to my blog. Is there any simple and easy to use cart integration application other than PayPal. I need an out of the box application for my WordPress blog.

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answered by (334 points) 2 5 24
Payumoney is another free service you can make use of. There is also another free cart service called ecwid which can be helpful to integrate an online cart easily.
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answered by LEGEND (6,391 points) 5 9 21
Payoneer is another worldwide payment processor, why don't you try it out and am perfect sure that it will work for you.Payza was another good alternative but it's no longer working. Am not sure whether skrill will be available in your country or not.If all these don't work as for your desires then I'll suggest you should go for a bank wire transfer.This works anywhere in the world.
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answered by LEGEND (7,487 points) 4 14 39
I know a lot of companies who are from India and hire people to work there use Paytm as a form of payment. You can check this out to see if it would work for you. You can also use Skrill and people are starting to move over to this company now and away from PayPal. Furthermore, you still have Payoneer which has been around for several years and this is a trusted company to use. 
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answered by (120 points) 1 6
When people get banned from Paypal or they're looking for a new platform entirely because they want a change, they usually check out Stripe as one of their options. Stripe has been around for a while now and is rising popularity because they pride themselves on their security. There are advance fraud filters that you can adjust to block or accept payments from people who have less than credible purchasing histories.

Stripe is definitely powerful, but still has two downside of Stripe is that you can't use it for certain niches like direct marketing, which is what I going to use it for, because it goes against some terms they have in place. The other downside is that they only allow a few dozen countries to access them, which mean you cant accept a payment unless your buyers are from those specific areas, and that means lower sales for you if you sell internationally.
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The closest alternative to PayPal is Payoneer which is one of the leading online banking platform that helps Internet Marketers & Bloggers send & receive payments at very low fees. There's Stripe as well that can help you do the same as PayPal & Payoneer. I personally like Payoneer and would like you to take a look at this blog here for more info.

Another thing is that Payoneer is also free like PayPal and also provides you a free Payoneer MasterCard also known as ATM Card which you can use to withdraw money from any ATM or make online & offline purchases using your Payoneer Account Balance. It also lets you withdraw money directly from your Payoneer Account directly to your Local Bank Account.

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