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Hi Guys ,
we're using 2checkout but they charges a lot of money every month , Also it takes the client to another page out of website to complete the payment .
2checkout > 5.5%transaction rate / 45¢ per transaction fee.
so We may use Authorize.Net , What are your opinions and feedback ?
My biggest problem with Authorize.net is the monthly gateway fee. $20-$25 every month. We opted to go with CDGCommerce and the Quantum gateway where there is no monthly fee for the gateway.
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Thank you for review but what a bout the transaction fee and did they transfer the money to your bank account at your country ?
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You can get AuthNet as cheap as $5/mo if you use some of their oldest resellers. Transaction fee price depends on various of factors with the reseller but they are normally 5-10 cents per transaction. Batch fees also sometimes do not exist, it all comes down to the relationship qith your ISO and Authorize.net.
As far as money transfers, your merchant processor does that. Authorize.Net just connects your web site to your processing bank to make the charge.
Why kind of document is needed to use Authorize ?
uhhhh.. Have you considered stripe or braintree? much more affordable imo.
Last edited by CD Burnt; 11-12-2013 at
I've just finished integrating Authorize.net for a customer in the US whose UK operation uses SagePay. Was very straightforward from a technical point of view and their service seems reliable.
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