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    Charging Creditcards. any suggestions to what company can do this for you?

    Hello guys, i am looking for a company that provides free or low cost service to charge credit cards.

    please let me know if yall have any suggestions, thank you!
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    Quote Originally Posted by BenOwns View Post
    Hello guys, i am looking for a company that provides free or low cost service to charge credit cards.

    please let me know if yall have any suggestions, thank you!
    we useing 2checkout for this
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    We use eonlinedata.com they are an authorize.net reseller but they provide a lot of nice VAR perks so you can offer your clients a means of processing cards and from the research I did they had the most anti-fraud tools I could find for the costs.

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    2checkout is the best for many of us!
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    paypal's website payments pro/standard lets you do it - along with google checkout. I know 2checkout does it but I have no personal exp with them so I can't comment. On the other two I have, both very good.

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    Paypal would be a good choice. We've been using them since we started, and have processed hundreds of thousands of dollars through Paypal over the years.

    Another option is Google Checkout. They don't support recurring payments, but they're very easy to use for one-time or manual credit card payments.
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    paypal denied my virtual terminal for my merchent account.

    there system does not work for VISA prepaid cards, google checkout will not be able to help me for the next 60 days pretty much.
    2checkout has very expensive rates :/

    anyone got any other ones?
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    Quote Originally Posted by BenOwns View Post
    paypal denied my virtual terminal for my merchent account.

    there system does not work for VISA prepaid cards, google checkout will not be able to help me for the next 60 days pretty much.
    2checkout has very expensive rates :/

    anyone got any other ones?
    Can you please expand on the Visa prepaid cards? Is there a mechanism to determine that a certain card is a prepaid card?

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    i am not sure, but my customers tell me they use a VISA prepaid card they put money on so they can use it.
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    Google checkout works for us but we need something more professional.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Atelra-Rob View Post
    We use eonlinedata.com they are an authorize.net reseller but they provide a lot of nice VAR perks so you can offer your clients a means of processing cards and from the research I did they had the most anti-fraud tools I could find for the costs.
    Thanks for the kind words !

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    Quote Originally Posted by servercoreweb View Post
    Google checkout works for us but we need something more professional.
    In that case, you would want a merchant account so that you can process credit cards directly.

    http://www.merchantplus.com/
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    We use authorize.net . . . they provide a gateway, not a merchant account, but they'll forward your information on to a merchant account provider if you wish, that way you only have to sign up in one place. I've been happy with the service so far.
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    Quote Originally Posted by bqinternet View Post
    In that case, you would want a merchant account so that you can process credit cards directly.

    http://www.merchantplus.com/

    Thanks We will look into it!

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    authorize.net does provide merchant services I believe. However it sounds like the OP was declined for a google checkout account to sell. If that's the case getting a merchant account without fitting into the high risk category is going to be difficult.

    If you plan on accepting prepaid cards you won't qualify for AVS protection therefore you won't be covered under most/any fraud protection since the address information cannot be verified.

    Merchants that have merchant accounts will be made aware of non-avs cards and more likely then not would opt not to accept them because of the risk involved.
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    i wasn't denied for a google checkout account, i got it.
    but they keep denying my customers cards.
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