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Payment processor for pharmaceuticals website

Discussion in 'Making Money' started by nantoli10, May 29, 2016.

  1. nantoli10

    nantoli10 Regular Member

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    A client of mine asked me to make him a site that will be a eCommerce site to sell pharmaceuticals. He wishes to stay anonymous for obvious reasons, which is the best payment processor that would accept major credit cards to buy pharma online and keep my client anonymous?
     
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    Also what domain registrar and hosting would you suggest for such a site?
     
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    You won't find anything legit that process payments for your pharmacy business! All you will find are shady payment processors that sooner or later will run with your money! You may consider Instabill that in the past accepted such business, not sure if they still do.

    When you find something reliable you will pay processing rates starting at 16% and up! just be prepared ;)
     
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    A bitcoin payment processor. You need to set it up custom so that clients sell bitcoin payments directly to the owner's wallet. You need to cut any middlemen, like Bitpay, since they will ask for business details.
     
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    I've heard CCBill tolerated pharmas, anyone knows anything about this?
     
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    most clients don't use bitcoin, I need a payment processor that takes visa/MC
     
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    OP, I started a project where I will be selling a single kind of generic pharmaceutical.
    bitcoin is your best bet, educate you visitors, give them a guide to carry out the transaction and offer a one time discount to get them onboard. I give first time buyers 30% discount for buying through BTC.

    I am also accepting visa/mc/amex etc. But I am using a legit payment gateway under the disguise of selling web services. I have good relations with my buyers and chargebacks are very rare, so I don't think I will run into problems. Once a customer places order, I send out an email with invoice + details of payment options and then they can pay. This way the payment gateway cannot figure out am getting paid for pharma unless someone snitches.
     
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    Is your client a licensed seller of pharmaceutics? Probably not, or else you wouldn't worry about what payment gateway to use. Now think about your clients.

    They're buying illegal pharmaceutics. You think they're going to use a payment that leaves a trace to their identity? If so, they're dumb.

    You would be surprised how many people use bitcoin. Especially in "pharmaceutics".
     
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    and you receive visa/mc/amex in your personal bank account? which BTC payment processor do you use?
     
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    Yes people do use VISA and MC it is a multi million $ industry ;)
     
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    I am very very f
    I am very familiar with BTC but the problem is my client doesn't want to leave out a huge portion of the market. BTC is still too complicated for many consumers.
     
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    Any other reliable payment processors for this kind of business? I'm waiting on Instabill to get verified.
     
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    hmm, first of all they have no valid SSL cert!!! for a payment processor that has to be PCI / AIS compliant it's a big fat RED SIGNAL if they don't have this in place at their main site what else is then wrong!!

    They have less than 1000 entries in Google, so I'm sure they are new and hiding Pharmacy transactions behind something else!

    Here comes the next signal: http://www.complaintsboard.com/complaints/cartpay-solution-fraud-c765106.html
    and here we continue: http://www.complaintsboard.com/cart-pay-solutions-b120451
    The domain is registered for aprox 1 year http://whois.domaintools.com/cartpaysolutions.com compare the WHOIS data and check if you still find it valid..

    My conclusion, if you have so much money that you can tolerate to lose them, then I can give you my account number :D
     
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    oh wow that's pretty bad, I did notice they didnt have SSL cert on the main site which ticked me off as well, anyway I'll keep looking, but I might just launch with BTC afterall. If you have any BTC processors to recommend for this kind of business I'm all ears.