Here is a little research project I did at request to figure out all the gateways, if you want to sell stuff in russian speaking countries – turns out Stripe or Paypal are not exactly going to cover all your needs.
So here is the results of my research on the topic.
Feel free to add in the comments if you have some extra input on the topic.
The first plugin is from Dayes Design :
$20 – available on Code Canyon.
Support team behind seems to be available.
from Verstayem Vse available here for about 1200 Rb
Now for Yandex Kassa – and if like me, you had no idea what are the differences between Yandex Money / Yandex Kassa, and you wanna know you can check this article (in russian).
Yandex Kassa – which seems to be the official plugin and which seems to work ok if you rely on this demo video:
Pretty straight forward, just have a plugin for it :
Now if you liked the previous company for yandex money they have one for WebMoney as well:
You can download it here – it costs 1000 rb.
More geared toward Ukraine, I found this plugin which I haven’t tested – Private24 for less than $20 on webmakers.com.ua – you can buy it here.
Some alternative free one, which might work but hasn’t been updated in like ages can be downloaded for free here.
Ok for Qiwi, I had some trouble finding anything for woocommerce in english, but you can find it from the Verstayem Vse here.
Now check the other category, because most places I found refered either to Payssion or to Wallet One.
You can use intermediate company that provide you right of the bat a middle-man like Payssion (https://www.payssion.com)
and then, they have a plugin you can use that will give you instant access to a large number of payment options: QIWI, Webmoney, Yandex.Money, Sberbank
Walletone seems like a great solution, with a clear pricing scheme (basically a fee+percentage)
YandexMoney, Webmoney,Qiwi visa Wallet, MasterPass
(check full list here)
If you are in the NGO world and want to collect money for donations you have this interesting and free and maintained plugin Online Leyka
From the plugin description :
Supported payment methods includes bank cards Visa and MasterCard through Cloudpayments, PayPal, Chronopay and RBK Money systems, mobile and SMS payments via MIXPLAT, also WebMoney, ROBOKASSA and Yandex.Money are supported. You can also use a traditional bank payment orders (quittances).
Now – I haven’t install and double check in production any of these yet, but they all seems pretty legit and seems to work.
If you have other suggestion or precisions I am more than open…
On a side note and while we are at it, from personal experience, if you have Stripe set up already (meaning your business / organisation is in an area covered by Stripe) – you will be able – most of the time – to receive payments from customers in russia, but… you will see a higher case of transaction failure – where either the bank or Stripe not letting the transaction happen for seemingly no reason…) but in a pretty good amount of cases – it will work.