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Old June 7th, 2004, 10:07 AM
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Does anybody know of a good credit card processor to download or purchase?

 
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Verisign
http://www.verisign.com/products/payflow/pro/

Authorize.Net
http://www.authorizenet.com/

Card Service International
http://www.cardservice.com/
 
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Be leary of authorize.net, you will also have to also have a merchant account----more charges. We went thru charge.com as our merchant account, our bill started out about $30 a month and ended up about $60 in about 6 months, with minimum usage. Then there was a hidden company that nobody told us about til we got the bill. typical credit card BS. I looked into Verisign and they seemed to have a good deal going, a certain yearly set fee for a certain number of transactions per month. The customer service was alot better and more informative when I talked to them, which was another problem we had with autorize.net. Thats just my personal experience, others may have had better.
 
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I offer both PayPal (https://www.paypal.com/) and I used Card Service Sales (http://www.cardservicesales.com/). Offering a couple different options for people to use can help increase conversions (basically - try to give people as many ways to give you their money as possible). :)

Cheers.

Tim Richmond





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