Diversity means flexibility

I have already posted about an online payment processor, and today I’ll write about another. AdvCash, despite it’s many nice features, isn’t that well-known around the Internet, and as a consequence not many sites allow to pay or receive money trough this service. I guess this will change in the future, but until then, let’s look at an alternative, not entirely distinct one.

Payeer is a much more common payment processor, on many sites it may be the only one next to PayPal. Registration is indeed free, and besides USD, EUR, or RUB you also get cryptocurrency accounts by default, for the most common currencies. This makes it easy to store your e-currency in one place, and you can also fill your account with many methods, for small fees that are affordable. You can transfer your funds to other systems with the same ease.

This doesn’t mean I would suggest dropping your AdvCash account, as it does have it’s advantages in certain use cases – as does Payeer in many other.

If you have business online, you’ll surely came across Payeer one day, and if you are in need of a well-known and widely trusted payment processor, you can always register to Payeer, all you need is an e-mail address to do so. My costs where minimal so far for transferring to, and buying stuff trough this system, and hey, they have to maintain the whole thing from something – the fees are fairly reasonable.

2 thoughts on “Diversity means flexibility

  1. From your words it seems that Payeer is superior to AvdCash. Can you tell some of those situations the later payment processor where indeed the better?


    1. Hi GhostShell,

      Sure, I’ll mention two aspects:
      – while Payeer is certainly more recognized, some sites accept AdvCash while they don’t accept Payeer.
      – a practical example: the other day a friend of mine asked me for some money, she wanted to buy some item but did not have any balance on her online account. I could send her the needed amount with AdvCash without any additional cost. Doing so would mean a fee in any other payment processor I know of.


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