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December 5th, 2000, 17:52
Hi, I'm not sure if this is the correct forum for this, but what are best priced credit card processors for each of these two options:
pay per transations
pay per month and a small fee per transaction.
December 6th, 2000, 06:13
You do/don't have a merchant account? Are you looking for a gateway, or more of a non-merchant, 3rd party billing type solution?
December 6th, 2000, 11:48
If you don't want a merchant account then try:
AVOID onlinebilling.com they are crooks
December 6th, 2000, 13:27
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December 6th, 2000, 15:38
thanks a lot everyone. no i don't want a merchant account, just third-party.
December 6th, 2000, 17:08
We use paypal for all our companies. It works great, people trust it and if customers confirm their accounts then you make an extra $5 per. They charge 2.2% plus $.35 for most of our transaction and they do cap that I think. Real time transaction monitoring and they are now moving the money to your bank accounts much faster.
December 6th, 2000, 18:16
But still no reocurring billing? (Paypal I mean)... ???
December 6th, 2000, 18:22
I know irritates the snot outta me, and my dial up account users, we also OP an ISP. I don't understand why they haven't done it yet. Only thing I can think of is that they don't want to maintain a card # database for users that are not verified. Hmmmmmmmm I dunno, but I wish it would change. Sure would make my billing director happy.
December 6th, 2000, 20:32
i'm aware of paypal, but want something more professional. i already have the secure cart set up, i just need a physical processor. something like what they have at authorize.net.
December 7th, 2000, 00:41
How bout charge.com ? I think it is expensive...
December 7th, 2000, 04:05
I would seriously recommend Worldpay.com.
It costs about $175 set up fee but this allows you to process payments in real time in three currencies.
Because I sell into the US and UK market this has been of great benefit to me and saved a lot of money in bank charges for handling foreign currency transactions.
The cost per transaction is around 5%
January 15th, 2001, 00:08
We found that Multicards (http://www.multicards.com) is an affordable solution for our
clients. They offer free usage of their secure server, real
time transactions, recurring billing and a few other features
Be careful though, chargebacks are not run past you first.
We recently had a client cancel their account with us due
to them shutting down their site, and Multicards performed
a refund for an entire yearly prepayment.
We had no problem with the customer getting what was due
to them, however, they had already used 7 months of the 12
months they paid for. Thank God the customer was honest
enough to send us a payment for the 7 months they did use.
If you have any questions, please feel free to email me at my
personal email address which is firstname.lastname@example.org.
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