I wanted to get some opinions on having Paypal and/or Google Checkout on my website.I sell a couple of spreadsheets on my website, and my two payment methods are Paypal and Google Checkout. The shopping-cart chunk of things is handled by eJunkie.To date, I've been very pleased with all parties. Paypal ... well, it is what it is. I was skeptical of Google Checkout at first, but as time has passed and lots of customers have used it, I've grown fond of it. The cash from transactions is typically in my biz checking account in 2 or 3 business days, and I don't have to do a thing to get it there. (Not having any transaction fees is nice, too, but that'll only last thru the end of this year. Although, as I'm an Adwords advertiser too, I'll still get Google Checkout credits from that once 2008 rolls around.)eJunkie handles all my redirecting and scripts and stuff, and they do it for a measly $5 per month. I would think their service would be mighty hard to beat for those of us who sell digital products ...
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