Not a fan of PayPal? A lot of folks aren't. The reason so many web sites use PayPal for processing payments is that it's cheaper and easier to set up than merchant accounts. With PayPal, web sites can take credit cards or electronic transfers from your bank to the web owners quickly and easily.
Until recently, web owners didn't have many choices available. You either paid merchant fees or you set up PayPal. That is no longer the case.
Thanks to PayPal exposing their liberal connections (and PayPal restricting donations to sites they didn't like), several websites have closed their accounts and moved their business over to their competitor, GPal.
GPal was founded by a Pro-2nd Amendment advocates and they basically function the same as PayPal. Even their fees are comparable. Folks can sign up for personal and business accounts.
If you're not familiar with the service, you don't have to be a business owner to use PayPal or GPal. With an account, you can send money from your account to somebody else's account. You don't need Western Union anymore.
And if you're a web site (or blog owner), you can use PayPal or GPal to accept donations and credit card payments.
So if you really don't like PayPal, you might want to give GPal a try.