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Earn $25: Suggest me Good payment Processor.

Discussion in 'BlackHat Lounge' started by Sugirl, Jul 26, 2010.

  1. Sugirl

    Sugirl Regular Member

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    I need some really good payment processor with what I can accept creditcard payments for a product I have and it must have Free Trial option. With at least bi-weekly wire transfer payment. With max 4% Commission, and It doesn't suspends when you get like 10% chargeback rate. Would have used Paypal but Paypal is a b1tch and I dont want to lose all the $ to them when they plan to just dump me as they do to everyone. Clickbank was the other option but I dont want to pay 10% in fees just for them and they dont have free trial option... So can someone suggest me Something? I will paypal $25 to the one who will suggest me the best one.
     
  2. pavan

    pavan Elite Member

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    have u tried plimus.com ?
     
  3. Panique

    Panique Power Member

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    InfusionSoft try that :)
     
  4. Sugirl

    Sugirl Regular Member

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    Have seen plimus, It sends payments only 1x month and have to wait 45days to get payment.
     
  5. inumel

    inumel Senior Member

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    i heard SWREG is good you should try that
     
  6. Georgebg

    Georgebg Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    Moneybookers ?
     
  7. voyevoda

    voyevoda Regular Member Premium Member

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    Braintree is pretty baller, but I don't think they do free trials. :)
     
  8. ToxicVoid

    ToxicVoid Registered Member

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    NOT iVerifier!

    Try Alertpay
     
  9. Refuteit

    Refuteit Newbie

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    So just so you are aware, most merchant processors wont allow you to process with them if your chargeback ratio exceeds 2 percent. It?s not because they created this rule, but because that the partnering banks and networks such as mastercard and visa require this. Anything above that is considered high risk.
    Now if you do find a processor that allows you to process with such a high ratio, they are most likely going to ask for a high reserve as well a lot of information from you. If you end up processing sales that are out side your merchant agreement, they will be on you quick. Not to mention these processors usually take forever to fund you for sales.

    Good Luck!
    (at)Refuteit
     
  10. unitedsolutions

    unitedsolutions Registered Member

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    you will find everything you are looking for, but not with those rates etc... if you say click bank will do it for you with 10% THAT IS GOLDEN.... EMS does rebill but they shut us down after 3 months AND ONLY 2 DAMN CHARGE BACKS FOR 9.95.. NOT EVEN A .01% CB ratio... some processors are scum.
     
  11. macdonjo3

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    2checkout used to be decent. Not sure if that fits under your criteria. Maybe you should make a list of all that you've looked at and don't like then we can mention others. Wouldn't that be the most intelligent way to go about your issue?
     
  12. MachineLord

    MachineLord Supreme Member

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    You understand this thread is 3 years old..rite?
     
  13. mohsinmajestic

    mohsinmajestic Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    Its was really a hard question so its take time understand and 3 year is a small period of time for question like that lol :D
     
  14. Ptrick125

    Ptrick125 Regular Member

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    It's always funny when people find old threads and answer their questions...
     
  15. Sinnestro

    Sinnestro Newbie

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    I'm curious as to what people say 3 years later as well! Throw up some ideas so I don't have to create a new thread ! :p