Unfortunately (or sadly) Paypal does not support Pakistan despite a number of efforts done by the Pakistani businessmen and freelancers in the form of contacting Paypal and “We want Paypal In Pakistan” campaigns on various sites such as Facebook and more. Apart from Pakistan, there many other countries that are not supported yet by the Paypal.
What are alternatives to paypal?
The fact is that there is no real alternative existent to paypal because it there to be used by the buyers in rich countries of the world. This said, if you can ensure the service buyer to pay you through some other methods then you do have quite some options to digg out for.
1 – Traditional Methods
You can opt out traditional payment ways like T/T, wire, western union, etc. You can process big amounts using these traditional ways too.
2 – AlertPay
AlertPay is a very good payment method to send and receive amount in Pakistan. With Alerypay, you can withdraw your amount using check, bank transfer and bank wire. I would recommend you to go for Alertpay which does support Pakistan payment processings.
3 – MoneyBookers
With MoneyBookers, you can receive your amout in UBL, MCB within 4 to 5 days. However, MoneyBookers is not accepted by most merchants out there and it does not accept Master Cards (It supports Visa Cards though).
4 – 2CO
2CO allows you to accept paypal payments. It also has invoicing option which you can send to your clients by email. You withdraw amount from 2CO using Master Card, check or wire transfer to bank account of yours. You can not use the same 2CO account on multiple sites! There are some restrictions on selling of products too.
5 – Plimus
Plimus is another payment processor pretty much similar to 2CO. However, unlike 2CO, you can use it’s account on multiple sites. It can also be used to take payments from paypal. As for money withdrawl, you can go for check, bank wire. Plimus deducts some commission to transfer funds.