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New Worldpay Account
I just signed up for a worldpay account and have discovered that because I am running PHP on a linux box their only solution is select Junior.....
This means my customers are redirected to the worldpay secure server to input their card details.
Does anyone know if Worldpay has a way of allowing ME to take the CC details if I'm using a Linux box?
Does anyone know their cancellation fees?
You must redirect your customers to worldpay server, no matter what OS you are using.
The best thing you can do is using Frame with customized payment page.
It's not that bad tho. I've paid many times via worldpay having being redirected to there server, it never got me a bit worried at all, as i trusted them more as its 3rd party.
How much does WorldPay charge for monthly fees?
Worldpay has a yearly fee (plus a set up fee). They are supposed to charge no transaction fees but I seem to have some kind of transcation fee for some warrantee - or something or other.
They charge 4.5% commission so they are not cheap...
In Australia - we don't have many options.
They are the dearest of all CC the usual processors however RBS always have been so I guess it figures
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We have been using worldpay for over a year now and although not the cheapest it's nice not to have to deal with the card details or the security of them ourselves.
We have also found that customers are much happier using worldpay than some of the other payment gateways as they have often used the worldpay site on other major sites they have visited.
I'm feeling alot better about it now in the cold light of day. I've configured it a fair bit to make it integrate into my site - it's a lot better.
I understand your point about security. I'll stick with it and see how it goes.
I think I will just stick to PayPal.
WorldPay is probably one of the best 3rd party processors out there in terms of reliability, branding, etc. It's a bit expensive though, so you might want to weigh the pro's and con's out.
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