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Zero Day Payment Processor

Discussion in 'Logistics - Payment & Shipping' started by Gametimenow, Mar 29, 2010.

  1. Gametimenow

    Gametimenow

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    Whats the usual term for a payment processor and IMA for a new business? I've been given terms of 30 days, but was hoping for shorter? Or is this too much to hope for a new business?

    Does anyone know any good PP that have lower terms? Preferably zero day?
  2. Anthony

    Anthony

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    PayPal. Google Checkout. Although these are not exactly fully pledged merchant accounts.

    Have you looked at SagePay or RBS Worldpay?
  3. Gametimenow

    Gametimenow

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    Thanks Anthony Sage pay are cheap and offering zero day through Bank of Scotland!
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