Discussion in 'Membership Sites' started by Grexslo, Mar 8, 2013.
Which payment processor for accepted CreditCards you recommended?
Many payment processors, such as BlueSnap accept credit cards, debit cards, PayPal, Wire transfer, MoneyBookers/Skrill to name a few in order for the Merchant to reach the global market. If you're interested in customization on the checkout pages and offering the shopper to buy in their language and currency they offer a great solution.
http://www.fastspring.com/ the best in the industry
yeah, bluesnap is good
PayPal is the best you can choose!
We can help with any of your processing needs, both third party and merchant accounts.
Contact me on skype, "msidennis" or by email: email@example.com
Usually we can get you setup with-in 72 hours
fastspring google them they are great
I am stick with PayZa. It's a good one, it's old one Alerpay, but they renamed it and included bunch of cool features. Don't have to worry about PP no more
I am currently using Stripe. I would recommend checking them out.
Stripe is another one but have had bad experiences with them
Hello Grexslo... it depends on what you need credit card processing for. Do you have a site where you will be selling your product? is your product considered high risk? what will be the volume you are looking for weekly/monthly? charge back ratios? These are all factors that will determine which processor you should use.
FYI authorize.net is not a processor its a payment gateway just like chargeback guardian. Pay Pal is well known but one little hick-up and your entire bank roll with PAY PAL is held up, although they do have some great alternatives. PM or reply here is you need to know where to go for your processing needs.
I'm use paypal, and liberty reserve
what product service do you use with liberty reserve? how long have you used them? what are their rates? I didn't find to many good things about them.
Thanks for all answer.
I use now Avangate
can you share what Avangate approved your for? what product ? etc? could you share?
Moneybookers or skrill is the best.
I just added stripe to one of my sites, very easy and happy with it so far
Depends how flexible you want the processor to be. Paypal & Paypal Pro are pretty good.
misdennis..I have skyped you but no answer, I will try to email you. Respond when you can.
Depends what you're selling but if it's a legitimate business then don't use an offshore one. In general be very careful about using Hong Kong based processors as there are a lot of them out there who will put fraudulent charges on your customers' cards. It'd probably be best not to deal with anyone who contacts you directly on this site too.
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