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What is a cheap and reliable merchant credit card service?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by cdc515, Aug 4, 2010.

  1. cdc515

    cdc515 Power Member

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    What is a cheap and reliable merchant credit card service?

    I need something with cheaper rates then PayPal.com
     
  2. cdc515

    cdc515 Power Member

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    all of you people use credit card merchants and no one wants to suggest a good one.

    Thanks guys appreciate it.
     
  3. Doctore

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    Really depends on what your doing. Is it going to be totally legit or blackhat. Different answers depending on the answer.
     
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    Authorize.net is a great gateway.

    Then just checkout their list of merchant banks. They are all around 2.2%.
    + about $20 per month. (+ other small fees.)

    Realize that some banks have a minimum 1-3 year contract lease and some are month-month. But with a 1 year contract, you normally get no startup fee and cheaper gateway fees.
     
  5. cdc515

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    it is for a complete legit business.

    Anyone ever try charge.com i googled merchant accounts and the top 2 are authorize.net and charge.com

    but being here i know that top website doesnt always mean the best solution just means there good at SEO lol
     
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    Authorize.net is a payment gateway only, you will want to look into something like 2co.com to start off and build some processing history.

    If you are in the US you will have plenty of possibilities to find a good MAP like cdgcommerce, merchantplus etc. if you are in Europe there is as well WorldPay amongs many others.