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Checkout Payment Processors

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

  1. JanesDeals

    JanesDeals Banned Member

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    I own the software to a payment gateway similar to Paypal. I am considering selling it. Does anyone know what it might be worth?
  2. lextechs

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    Just wanted to add Googlecheckout to the list
  3. Ash_mk

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    Just checked Goglecheckout out and its free till 2008. Has anyone used this ? Id never even heard of it.
  4. Devilwear

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    Google checkout not available to UK sellers yet Ash!
  5. Ash_mk

    Ash_mk

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    Bummer :-(
  6. Ash_mk

    Ash_mk

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    Hmm not a bad wait time. 1 day since I asked and now they have launched it in the UK. They must like me :)
  7. Nick-D

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    In that case ask when google are going to give me £1 million :D
  8. Ash_mk

    Ash_mk

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    Well we shoud follow protocall and do it as before so I ask..

    I wonder when google are going to give 1 million pounds to ME.

    CFL needs to reply ... Google 1 million for free is not avaliable in the UK yet Ash.

    And ill say Bummer :-(

    Then tommrow I should be rich :)

    Im now sitting and waiting.

    PS Stop making me post spam :)
  9. Devilwear

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    Google 1 million for free is not avaliable in the UK yet Ash. ;)

    It's good that it's finally here but not so good that it doesn't fit in with the most popular shopping carts yet :(
  10. Ash_mk

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    Bummer :-(
















    now we wait
  11. Ash_mk

    Ash_mk

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    Never did get my 1 million :-(
  12. writebuy

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    Google Checkout is available for the UK, as I'm using it :D

    It's so easy to use, just a few pages only to checkout. If anyone is thinking using Google Checkout and needs help give me a pm. :niceone:
  13. Pete

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    In the last week, or so, a member here PM'd me about setting up a cart and I told him a few things to consider, including which payment methods he wanted to use. And I set up a "play around" CubeCart site for him to check out.

    Well, he got back with me and said he liked the Cube Cart, and that he thought he'd go with Google Checkout. I wasn't sure the CC had implemented an option to use Google Checkout, so I went to their forum and found the quote below.

    BTW - CC does not now have a Google Checkout option, although I'm sure there are some mods that will make it work. But they are coming out with a new version within the next month that will undoubtably have GC as one of the payment methods.

    Here is the quote from the Cube Cart Forum -

    That's it in it's entirety. It was dated July 17, so it is topical, not something from the dust bin. I'll make no personal comment, just leave it for you all to consider. Or as we say here in Virginia "leave it for y'all to consider.) :)
  14. meanmachine29

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    Just a quick Question, Im looking for a Cart that can work with 2 sites, store product information Ie once the customer has selected a product they then got to the cart a select what size ect..and not be added in any way 2 my sites.
    If you can Help thanks.
  15. Pete

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    You might state that more clearly. Don't quite understand what you are asking.
  16. meanmachine29

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    Ok, I need a cart that stands on it own sort of like a totaly seperate site if you like, but I want it to be able to store info like product sizes, so when someone clicks a link on my site for the product they want, it goes in to the cart, then I want them to have the option to pick the size they want from the cart, then proceed to payment, I have 2 sites so just to save messing about want just the one cart for both.:D
    Thanks.
    Also it could be a whole new site if the cart that came with whould work for my other sites?
    I hape I cleared this up?
    If not let me know! lol
  17. Pete

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    How many products do you have?

    You are talking about having the products shown on two different sites, which means setting up categories, images, descriptions on both sites, then having links to the shopping cart where you are essentailly doing the same thing all over again.

    One of the major benefits of most carts, opposed to a regular site is that the carrts automatically arrange and display your products in a logical manner. You can generally enter in any order and they show as they should.

    With sites, for the most part, you have to build the page with static locations of the items, which can be quite time consuming.

    Not bad if you are selling a few products, maybe a few dozen, even. But if you have hundreds of items, you will have quite a chore.

    There is no problem linking to a cart. You can have a Buy Now type button that will take them from an item in your site to the item in the cart, where they can select size, color, etc. Creating options is a time consuming process with many carts, as you have to do it an item at a time. But, obviously, it can be done. I'm in the middle of building this one, and it's day after day, probably two weeks to finish it - ****************************************

    In this case, some of the items are available in several types, such as adult and kids tees, long sleev tees, tank tops, spaghetti straps and nightshirts. Also, some adults include size Small, most don't, some tank tops include XXL and XXXL, most don't, etc. It's literally an item by item process.

    What you want to do can be done, but it may not be the best solution. The number of items wiull be a major factor.
  18. meanmachine29

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    Thanks for that, I see what you mean and but to a degree its my only solution, I also was hoping that I would have one which only had part of the info like just the size and item number, there will only be a few dozen Items as its quite specialist. Ill have a proper look through your cart when I get home.
    Thanks again!
  19. nichasie

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    does anyone know who process in real time?
  20. Pete

    Pete

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    Way too high! 2.49% is higher than most others that top out at about 2.29%. with some searching you can get down close to 2%.

    28 cents is not bad, not that a penny or two per transaction is much, but the .2 % fee will add up.

    So will the $ 24.95 per month fee. Most are $ 20, I personally pay $ 5 per month. If I would do zero sales in a month my total merchant account cost is $ 5.

    It looks like you are hiding an affiliate link, since that's the main use of tinyurl. It could be that they have such hige fees so they can pay your commissions?
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