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Old 12-15-2001, 10:46 PM
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Propay ?


I know this subject has been talked about many times before, But I seached the board for Propay and didn't find any threads....

So hence my request, Anyone use them, Or know anything about them?

I was down to revecom.com, and 2checkout.com. And then I find this company (propay.com)

I like revecom because they also direct debit checks and take a few other cards...

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Old 12-15-2001, 11:03 PM
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hmmmmm, I like this about propay

What name appears for the account holder on the buyer's credit card statement?

Your e-mail address appears on the buyer's credit card statement.

so I guess if you are boohostet.com that would show up on there card statment hmmmmmmm......

Please anyone use these guys ?

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Old 12-16-2001, 05:35 AM
ngaihua ngaihua is offline
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Propay

I have been using Propay and it has served me well when my business is below $1,000/month...

after which you will have to put money into reserve to increase your processing limits. I don't mind putting money into the reserve, but the support team takes like forever to verify your processing limit increase. This is where it annoys me the most.

The good

- No hidden monthly charges.
- Nice interface.
- Reasonable discount rate.
- You can manually process a CC.
- Your preferred e-mail on your customer CC bill.
- Direct to bank transfer.

The bad.

- Annoying processing limit increase procedure... bad if your business grows as fast as mine.
- Reserve takes 6 months to return to you once you cancel the accoutn or lower your limits.

In short, if you are doing small business (less than $1,000/month) then Propay is the way to go. Very hassle free. But once your business starts growing above that, Propay will be slow in catching up with you.

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