Thursday, April 3, 2008

Revolution Money Exchange (RME)

We added a few more payment options yesterday. I'd like to share them with you so you can take advantage of these great sites.

The first one many of you are probably familiar with, Google Checkout.

Google Checkout allows you to receive payment for a lower fee than PayPal ($0.20 + 2.0%) compared to PayPal at ($0.30 + 2.9%). One nice thing about the Google Checkout system is that it can be integrated into our web page's shopping cart and therefor becomes another easy payment method on our site.

With Google Checkout you can also add payment buttons which are similar to PayPal's "Buy it now" buttons. This is great for sites that do not have a shopping cart system.

This next one I am a bit excited about.

Late last night, I found out about Revolution Money Exchange, a competitor to PayPal. If after reading this you are interested in signing up please contact me either by leaving an e-mail address in a comment or by e-mail at

If you haven't checked out Revolution Money Exchange (RME) it is worth your while. The really nice thing about RME is that there are no fees unless you want a physical check sent to you or want a paper statement mailed (which you can print from their site for free).

That's right, it's free to register, add money, send money, receive money, request money and withdraw electronically to a bank account.

Plus as a bonus you will get $25.00 FREE in your account for signing up before April 15th. That is a great bonus. Each referral you make will land you a bonus $10.00 in your account as well.

Signing up is simple, just click the picture below to get started.
It took me about 2 minutes and I got my $25.00 instantly!

Refer A Friend using Revolution Money Exchange

To accept this payment method you will need to send a request for the funds to the buyer and then they will have to pay the "invoice" that you send. A small price to pay to not have to pay PayPal's transaction fees.
Washington Post – "Former AOL chairman Steve Case is at it again, this time using his Revolution LLC investment firm to start a new credit card company he's calling Revolution Money…AOL vice chairman emeritus Ted Leonsis will chair the new company…the board also will include former Treasury Secretary Lawrence Summers, former Mastercard CEO Russell Hogg, and former Charles Schwab chief executive David Potruck."

Dave and Erin Powell
Crazy Times Candle & Bath Co.


TexasTesla said...

Hmmm...RME is intriguing. Makes you wonder how they are making money if they charge no fees. Definitely want to look into it!

UniqueNurseGranny said...

Hope it works for you.Good information.I am uncomfortable about RME although it sounds good the whole "something for nothing" has gotten me before.Have heard that is how PayPal started.

creationsbywhitney said...

I signed up, thanks for the information!

Crazy Times Candle & Bath Co. said...

That's how paypal and googlecheckout both started.

Paypal offered $5 free, and I believe googlecheckout started with a $10 offer...

Andrea said...

I'd love to give it a shot. =^.^=

zenithjade (AT) yahoo (DOT) com.

Thanks for the update!

Angie said...

that's cool....I tried it, but alas...I'm Canadian so I can't do it...sigh

Waterrose said...

what great information. I'm bookmarking to come back and read further! Thanks!

Distressing Delilah said... sick, sick, sick of all the fees!

Xanthe said...

thanx for the info ;-)

Karma by Morgan said...

RME grabbed my attention right away! let me know how it works out for you - do people trust it do you think? I am kind of tired of the bs that paypal is starting to feed me - so its nice to know of other options

Crazy Times Candle & Bath Co. said...

We've had one sale with it so far and that went smooth.

spaz said...

that RME is very interesting, i'll look into it further today. and i know i need to get the google checkout.....thanks for sharing the info!