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Google Checkout and PayPal Now Accepted

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Those wishing to eliminate credit card fraud online altogether use payment solutions like PayPal and Google Checkout. While these payment solutions are very common place in Europe, UK and the USA, some tech-savvy South Africans are starting to use them more and more. Both options are available to South Africans, however PayPal restricts usage to sending payments only.

With that, you may be pleased to know that Mantality.co.za is now able to accept both PayPal and Google Checkout payments for any orders placed at the website. Simply checkout on the website and select either PayPal or Google Checkout as a payment method to take advantage of this option.

Only a handful of websites in South Africa are able to provide these payment options (as either a UK or USA bank account is needed for example) and Mantality.co.za is very proud (and fortunate) to be one of those.

Click to find out more about Google Checkout or PayPal as a payment method for your online purchases.

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Lover of gadgets, men's culture, cool stuff, Earl Grey tea and all things manly. An optimist in his prime. When he's not keeping the wheels turning at Mantality HQ you'll find him trawling the web, and visiting trade shows to find the newest and coolest gadgets. During his down time he's usually with his 2 dogs, on the golf course, cycling or basking in the literary company of Oscar Wilde, Bret Easton Ellis or Martin Amis whilst drinking espresso strong enough to strip paint.

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  1. We are using BrightPearl SAAS and it does not have integration to local credit card vendors as yet. It does however offer PayPal and WorldPay but Paypal does not allow trading in ZAR. Any ideas of how we can achieve this.

  2. We are using BrightPearl SAAS and it does not have integration to local credit card vendors as yet. It does however offer PayPal and WorldPay but Paypal does not allow trading in ZAR. Any ideas of how we can achieve this.

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