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    Alternative ways to be paid by Clickbank

     
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    NewQuestions



    Joined: 13 Apr 2004
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    PostPosted: Thu May 06, 2004 1:52 pm    Post subject: Alternative ways to be paid by Clickbank Reply with quote

    Hello everyone,
    My name is Jonathan Regan.

    Like so many other Australians, I am not thrilled by the fact that it can
    take up to 6 working weeks, before a Clickbank check officially "clears".
    So, I would like to know if there are any other ways to receive money
    from Clickbank - in a faster manner.

    Here are my thoughts so far ...

    1. If I setup a bank account in another country, and then have the
    checks sent directly to them - this may result in faster processing.
    Does anyone know of such a service? I believe it is called "accounts
    receivable" or something similar. Basically, they provide an address
    in another country, receive your check, endorse it with a rubber stamp,
    and then deposit it into your bank of choice (all for a fee of course).

    2. Somehow send the check to someone else, where they then pay me
    via a direct wire transfer, based on the fact that Clickbank checks are
    quite legitimate (always cash etc).

    3. Clickbank direct wire transfer's me the funds. Anyone do this now?
    I assume they have a limit etc.

    4. Find an individual, or a company that is prepared to receive my checks,
    and pay me via Paypal etc.


    Ok, so if anyone has any ideas - I would *really* appreciate them, as I
    am sick and tired of paying huge fees to Aussie banks, while waiting up
    to 2 months to clear a check.

    Thanks heaps,
    Jonathan
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    Max_m



    Joined: 28 Apr 2004
    Posts: 178

    PostPosted: Thu May 06, 2004 3:35 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

    Jonathan,

    Shop around. Some banks will let you wait up to 6 weeks to clear a check and will charge you around $50 per check in fees (ANZ for example) while others will cash it on the spot and will charge only a $10 fee (multiple checks are still charged at only a once off $10 for the lot, as long as they all from the same country and same currency).

    Westpac is one of them but you must have a cheque or saving account with them first and you must have sufficient funds in this account in case the o/s cheque bounce (they will not cash it immediately otherwise)

    Hope this helps...
    Cheers mate.
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