Rebilling customers

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  1. jond1

    jond1 Junior Member

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    What company do you recommend I use for rebilling my customers on a monthly basis?
     
  2. MaestroDelWeb

    MaestroDelWeb Senior Member

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    You can use any merchant account for rebills and worse case scenario PayPal. There really isn't a specific company since everyone qualifies for a different company and a lot of people get different rates depending on their credit.
     
  3. wookie85

    wookie85 Regular Member

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    If you are rebilling small amounts I would say use PayPal but if you are billing X,XXX you need a merchant account as PayPal does not look professional at all and they tend to act up and freeze accounts and give you other issues...
     
  4. Dreamz

    Dreamz Newbie

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    use freshbooks with authorize .net easiest setup
     
  5. goingreen

    goingreen Regular Member

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    agreed
     
  6. CenTex Hosting

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    use quickbook and sign up for there merchant account and you can set up on auto draft. Great for seo customers that pay a monthly payment.
     
  7. Supernoob

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    How much does that cost a month, As I saw Freshbooks costs $30, how much does the whole authorize.net system cost?

    Also would I ever have to login to Authorize.net or would freshbooks do it all for me? Thanks
     
  8. Supernoob

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    Hello,

    I cant find ANYTHING that allows reoccurring billing in the UK apart from Paypal, and my customers don't have PayPal.
     
  9. polacoste

    polacoste Newbie

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    SMH at this thread
     
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  10. brettbruce

    brettbruce Newbie

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    Listen to Billsboardonline. Set it up with auto draft so it works like a check. Reason being, you will not have as much problems with chargebacks. AMEX has a lifetime chargeback period (no joke) and cost me $6000 18 months later. Both Amex and VisaMC tend to side with the customer even with proof.
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  11. virtualc08

    virtualc08 Supreme Member

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    You can use plimus. Its good :). They have recurring payment option.