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Thanks for all the info. I think that I will set up a paypal account, seems like the easiest.
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Default Re: Payment options
Also, you can set up pay now links for your clients - and enter the amount they owe you. I have a 'page' on my website for each client, and I send that link to them with their invoice. --- You can also use the 'invoice' feature in Paypal - that works well, also.

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