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Checkout Payment Processors

Discussion in 'Payment & Shipping' started by Anthony, Jul 21, 2005.

  1. Anthony

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    Just thougth I would start a list of available payment processors for people who use websites to sell products;

    These are sites you can sign up to who will process customers payments when they purchase products from your website.

    Some of the below will not be relevant to everybody but I have put a mix in there for people in different countries ect.

    Each site is different an offer different incentives, I cannot say that I have used many of them only really paypal, nochex and a little 2checkout.com

    - 2checkout.com
    http://www.2checkout.com

    - Authorize.net
    http://www.authorizenet.com/

    - i.payment
    http://www.ipayment.de/

    - Paypal
    https://www.paypal.com

    - PSI Gate
    http://www.psigate.com/

    - Sec Pay
    http://www.secpay.com/

    - Trust Commerce
    http://www.trustcommerce.com/

    - Nochex
    http://www.nochex.com

    - BancTec
    http://www.banctec.co.uk

    - WireCard
    http://www.wirecard.com/

    - Smart Card
    http://www.smartcart.com

    - Metacharge
    http://www.metacharge.com

    - World Pay
    https://secure.worldpay.com

    - Usa E Pay
    http://www.usaepay.com/

    - Protx
    http://www.protx.com/

    - PSI Gate
    http://www.psigate.com/

    - Pay Gate
    http://www.paygate.co.za/

    - EWay
    http://www.eway.com.au/

    Hope that helps a few, feel free to add some that I have missed :D
    wholesaleyears likes this.
  2. guru4us

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    anyone every tried www.protx.com? someone on this forum recommended it to me.
  3. Anthony

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    As I thought they are a UK based company.


    Haven't used them but they are recommended on a very reputable shopping cart software website. So should be a very good site to use... :)
  4. Anthony

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  5. Devilwear

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    I use them and they have been good so far. Would recommend. Have been using them for around 2/3 months.
  6. Anthony

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    You refering to www.remotebasket.com ?
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  8. Anthony

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    Used it once or twice.. perfectly good enough rival to paypal..
  9. cottonbuds

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    They pricing look quite reasonable in comparison to Paypal. However, they charge 1% for Withdrawing money.

    And can anyone understand their fee table. I am confused :\
  10. Anthony

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    Agreed their table isn't that clear, basically you get charged 1% to withdraw money to a bank account in the UK. Sending money via card instead of uploading the money to your PPay account will mean you have to pay 49p. Receiving money from somebody else sending money via direct card means you will also be charged.

    So in simple terms, upload the money to your PPay account and then pay for your items that way.. saves you money and the seller.. :D

    Hope this helps... :)

    Anthony
  11. avideo

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    AuctionCheckout

    I've found auctioncheckout.com to be a pretty good payment alternative. The have some type of deal with ebay and overstock auctions. It's pretty simple...basically a merchant processor.
  12. BeautyAddiction

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    auctioncheckout.com

    They are suck!!! They want to withhold like 20-25% of you money for each transaction...for how long---eternity :mad: For What? Future Chargeback from dishonest buyer!!
  13. spotlightdvd

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    I use Propay.com for payments on my web site. They're a 3rd party merchant service like PayPal, but it works seamlessly with your web site. You can log in to charge a CC if you have the info as well. Propay is better for smaller merchants since you have to pick one of 4 plans that each have a monthly and transaction limit.

    However there are other advantages - you can transfer money to any bank account for $0.30 or to other Propay members for free (much better than paying wire fees or PayPal which charges fees even for existing funds).

    I'd recommend this to anyone with a relatively low volume site or if you need to make payments to people's bank accounts.
    www.propay.com.

    Hope this helps.

    Jon
  14. aubieimportz

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  15. Onsomni_tech

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    Remote basket seems to be a shoping cart anybody have a good Merchant account that will pay weekly. I found several but they all pay within 2 weeks and you all know how hard that could be in this buisness.


    Just like the supliers in this buisness the merchant accounts are also something to watch out for. I've lost $ to merchant accounts before. This is why i'm looking for a solid one. So far looks like the best way is to get one from the bank.
  16. CrashinDutchman

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    I am quite surprised that www.moneybookers.com is not in the list... Have used it and it worked well!
  17. exichlo

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    I like Moneybookers too. Very reliable, low fees and clearly informed.
  18. Bokken

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    My site currently works by accepting PayPal and Nochex payments. Customers select what one they wish to use during checkout then get directed the appropriate page.
    Because PayPal and Nochex don’t require you to have an account to use there services, would an IMA like Worldpay offer any benefits to myself or my customers?

    Thanks.
  19. Supremetronics

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    ^^i think with worldpay and other mechant account services, you can impliment them so your cusomer never like leaves your site, all that stuff is done in the back ground which in my opinion looks much more porfessional than being displayed with a paypal and nochex screen.

    however alot of disadvantages like worldpay can hold your money for up to 4 weeks.

    best is to have a merchant account with your bank and use worldpay or someone similar as a psp (payment service provider). that way the money will be within your business bank account within 3 working days (as im being told by streamline)
  20. smith

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    I think these payment processor should also be included in that list; Multicards, ChronoPay, Velocitypay, SecPays, Protex and few others that might be missing here.
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