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need a hardcore merchant account

Discussion in 'Business & Tax Advice' started by playboy, Apr 4, 2010.

  1. playboy

    playboy Regular Member

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    okay. I need a hardcore merchant account provider which is okay with the following...

    ~accepts anybody who applies and doesn't give a crap what my business is or how risky it is. basically anything like pharmacy, casino, porn, etc..
    ~accepts people on the Terminated Merchant File. yes, I'm on it. :rolleyes:
    ~is located outside the USA

    anybody know of any good reliable ones? and I don't mean third party crap like paypal. I need a real merchant account.
     
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  2. h1tman

    h1tman Junior Member

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    im trying to find something like this but i need to do additional research i think
     
  3. elscapo

    elscapo Registered Member

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    gspay.com, there are like millions of chinese selling counterfeits and using it.
     
  4. cfnmedia

    cfnmedia Newbie

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    PM me. I know a ton in the high risk space.
     
  5. p3merchant

    p3merchant Newbie

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    If you still need processing, let us know. Lot of experience in "high risk" accounts.
     
  6. rxcash

    rxcash Registered Member

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    You seem not to have updated info :)

    They do not accept high risks anymore.
     
  7. zee007

    zee007 Senior Member

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    Hello everyone,I would like to set-up a merchant service account that accepts payment for SEO services. A lot of them dont (like FastSpring).Preferably outside the US and very reliable.Any suggestions?
     
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  8. PaymentMaven

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    Playboy,
    Like to help you get a merchant account provider. While I live in Los Angeles, California, I have clients around the world...most are high risk. Some off-shore, some on-shore.
    You listed: like pharmacy, casino, porn, etc..
    Which one of those do you want an account for now?
    What is your current monthly sales?
    Or what is your projected sales..
    - after first 3 months
    - after 12 months

    There are some factors that will determine which bank I will try to get you an account...
    - Depending on startup or existing business
    - Over $75K per month
    - price of each transaction
    - type of products sold
    - monthly continuity or one-time sale
    - location of owner
    - location of company
    - drop ship
    - charge back rate
    - return rate
    - financial & bank documents

    Send me a PM.

    Cheers,
    Paul Nisenbaum


     
  9. dantefire

    dantefire Newbie

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    merchant worthy based in Florida will work with you, although their rate is high, around 8.5
     
  10. synconlinemedia

    synconlinemedia Newbie

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    We can offer way loser rates then 8.5% for high risk.
     
  11. unitedsolutions

    unitedsolutions Registered Member

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    do you have a rolling reserve? and that would be an addition to your fee of 2 or 3.5%, right? so at the end of the day if the client has a rolling reserve they still pay that.. even if they get it back blah blah balh.. you still must pay the reserve.