What are some reliable methods to send/receive money?
Somebody I worked with on a phone app wants to pay me for the job. He can't use Paypal, and he wants to send the payment directly to my bank account. What are other secure and reliable alternatives? I'm thinking of asking for bitcoin, but is there any other way?
He lives in a different country. He's paid me before with Paypal before they blocked his country
Don't worry about scamming, I trust the guy to pay me like he's paid me before, but giving out my bank info isn't a good idea
I told him to send me bitcoin. Thanks everyone
- PamLv 69 months ago
I think there's a cash app that many people say they use or he can send it by western union which is secure or mail you a bank check or money order.
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- Casey YLv 79 months ago
If you can accept bitcoin and get it transferred to local currency without too much trouble of transactional cost...I don't see why not.
Just be prepared to explain the transaction if ever asked by your local authorities. Its not illegal to do business in bitcoin, but you'd better be reporting everything.
- babyboomer1001Lv 79 months ago
What's wrong with a wire transfer, if he doesn't want to send you a check?
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- PearlLv 79 months ago
he could give you a check
- Anonymous9 months ago
There is this thing called Cash app it links to your bank account but it doesn't allow the person on the other end to know your banking information tell the person you have cash app and that's the way you want to be paid don't trust this person for 30 days waiting on your paycheck don't go for that nonsense there are people that will tell you all we only pay every month and they offer you a lot of money at the end of the month and then when it comes time to get paid you find out that you have worked for an entire month for free and they go on to the next sucker.
- A HunchLv 79 months ago
- Anonymous9 months ago
He is trying to scam you. If he 'can't' use paypal, he may be in prison.