Being lovers of flexibility and options for our entertainers, we've launched Dwolla payment integration for all advertisers based in the U.S. Find out how this will make YOUR life easier...
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In an effort to make Slixa even easier for entertainers to use, it is now possible to use Dwolla to make purchases quickly and easily!
Dwolla is a secure payment network that allows any business or person to send, request and accept money. The network allows you to move money via simple eCheck transactions directly from your bank account, and you do not need an account to make a payment using their system. It is sort of like PayPal, but Dwolla is adult industry friendly! And, like PayPal and credit cards, there are no transaction fees for you when you make purchases with Dwolla.
Since we like Dwolla so much, and we find it so easy to use, we are even offering 10% discounts for all purchases made using Dwolla. This enables you to stretch the value of your credits even further.
Here's a few examples of how much that is going to make a difference:
60 Credits - $54/Dwolla vs $60/credit card
135 Credits - $110/Dwolla vs $125/credit card
400 Credits - $315/Dwolla vs $350/credit card
Next time you make a purchase through Slixa, you'll be presented with the discounted Dwolla option in addition to normal credit card and debit card options. Give it a try and let us know what you think.
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