Can you recommend an online banking solution?

radi May 26, 2010

I dont have a real bank account and I want to make money from my website using Google ads or any payed ad. So I need a secure method to store this money online. Please help me to find a solution. Thanks!

  1. Jack Cola
    May 29, 2010 at 3:06 am

    All the top methods will work.You can accept money via PayPal which will keep your money in the PayPal account until you transfer it to a bank account. But you can always use your funds in PayPal to purchase items of eBay or Amazon for example.Also sites like Clickbank and Google Adsense said you a check every money or so for you to deposit into a bank account.Basically, to get any money that you can spend, you need to have a bank account. I am guessing you are underage and can't get one? If you are, then you can't really signup to paypal (I think) or Google Adsense.

    If you want to make money on the internet, I suggest reading these posts:

  2. Anonymous
    May 28, 2010 at 3:42 pm

    Hi Radi,

    As far as I know, Google AdSense program will pay you using cheque that you have to cash in via real bank.

    There are other ad systems that can pay you via PayPal, but you can't see your money in the real world if you are using PayPal without having real bank account (or credit card account) to authenticate it.

    So I guess having real world bank account is unavoidable and I can't see any reason why you don't want or can't have one.

  3. seslisohbets
    May 27, 2010 at 11:21 pm

    PayPal is typically used to receive online payments. However, they will take a percentage off of your income.

  4. Steve Campbell
    May 26, 2010 at 5:34 pm

    Paypal is about as close to a real bank account you can get online as a free alternative. Some of the features, however, may require you to have an existing bank account so that you can authenticate your account or make instant transfers/payments.

  5. Tina
    May 26, 2010 at 5:23 pm


    PayPal is typically used to receive online payments. However, they will take a percentage off of your income.

    Someone else previously asked for PayPal alternatives. Check out the answers to that question: //

    • Aibek
      May 30, 2010 at 6:08 am

      Just so you know that % Paypal takes usually around 3%. And it applies only to receiving funds not for sending them.

      • Jack Cola
        May 30, 2010 at 6:35 am

        Just a quick question about PayPal, is it possible to do a transaction that you don't have to pay fees on?

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