This is a decent list. Here's my experience with several:
- I haven't used this since the formal transition from AlertPay to Payza, but years ago there was a time when I received aggregately around $5,000 through it. It processes credit cards and works in a relatively similar fashion to Paypal. Also seems to be pretty secure. I'd say this is your best bet as a straight-up "Paypal alternative", assuming the quality has not degraded since the branding transition to Payza.
- I have a long history with LibertyReserve. It's probably the most secure e-payment processor out there, and my transactions with it have always been quick, safe, and straightforward. With that said, it's definitely not a "Paypal alternative". It's not necessarily easy to transfer funds into, though it is somewhat easier to get them out, and there is absolutely no buyer/seller protection on your transactions. All transactions are absolutely final, and in some cases just completely anonymous.
- I have not personally used this, but close friends have told me of good experiences with it. I would deem it trustworthy though cannot say a whole lot past that.
Going beyond the list, I might recommend Stripe
as a "Paypal alternative" as well. It requires those who process payments with it to be a bit more technically savvy, and is hard to explain exactly how it works, but look them up and check them out. If you don't secure your own website with SSL and things like that, you can still use Stripe by pairing it with Mijireh
. Check them both out.