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Credit card payment processor needed

Discussion in 'Making Money' started by leena, Dec 18, 2016.

  1. leena

    leena Jr. VIP Jr. VIP

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    Hi

    i run a ecommerce store, each transaction is around $300-600 average

    right now i am using paypal, but as the number of transaction increases there is a risk of paypal getting limited

    so looking for a credit card payment processor with easy approval

    i signed up with 2co but they rejected application for some reason

    any recommendations?

    Thanks in advance.
     
  2. jamesjk1

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    bluepay.com?
     
  3. Nut-Nights

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    authorize.net, braintree,bluesnap and netbilling.com, there is ton more.
     
  4. outscrape

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    Stripe is very easy to use, no matter your site type.
     
  5. custombuilt

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  6. Mr Ex

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    Stripe is shit. They hold your money 10 to 15 days. You'll go bankrupt and sink like a rock if you do ecommerce and have to wait for that long.

    OP: Why don't you talk to your local bank? Your bank will have the best rates and will deposit money overnight. Is your business legit or are you selling stuff that not many businesses will like?
     
  7. MisterF

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    Worldpay is safe and reliable, Stripe is second option.
     
  8. outscrape

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    Weird, it seems like if you're trying to do online business you should use a popular, global, api-ready, plugin-ready processor. What exactly was your experience with stripe holding funds? That has not happened to me.

    For a local bank- you're describing a bank and not a processor ? Or am I misunderstanding?
     
  9. johnsim135

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    Just search google for the best payment processor in your country.It is useless if the payment processor not support in your country.