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Kaiosama
06-03-2001, 08:15 PM
Hello,

I am thinking of selling numerous services to a certain niche. Some of these services will be recurring monthly and I wanted to look over some new companies that would let me accept Credit Card payments. So far I have found Revecom.com to be one of my best options. It has all the features I require.

But before I go with Revecom I wanted to look at some alternatives. Possibly some that don't have that 1 dollar processing charge. I don't mind paying commissions under 10% though. Unfortunately I cannot reveal what these services are as of yet. Simply to prevent competition to be springing up before I launch this site/service. But when and if it does launch geek/talk members will be one of the first to know.

Regards,
Nazmun Saikat

Guava
06-03-2001, 08:29 PM
Instabill.com takes 10%
iBill.com (15% I think)
CCbill.com

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Kaiosama
06-03-2001, 09:22 PM
Thanks... looks like Instabill, iBill, and Revecom are the leading contenders for now. Any other majors players in this area?

ezclan
06-03-2001, 09:36 PM
if it's digital content, have you looked at amazon.com's Honor System?

Or PayPal or ProPay?

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Kaiosama
06-03-2001, 09:51 PM
Yes, I have looked into paypal and already have an account with them. I may use them as an alternative to CC payments.

Do they both support recurring payments?

aircav
06-03-2001, 10:04 PM
Hi Kaiosama

Not sure if this will fit your needs.

Have you looked at:
http://www.ccnow.com/overview.html

They collect 9% of each transaction.

HTH

Aircav

RomHost
06-04-2001, 04:07 AM
You can also try ProPay.com !

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WildComputer
06-04-2001, 04:44 AM
Verotel
ClickBank (but doesn't do recurring)

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intellected
06-04-2001, 01:14 PM
I second instabill.com

Mainly because they are so easy and fast to set up - you will be up in no time!

KP of Snooply
06-04-2001, 01:36 PM
For Snooply.com,

We are using Verisign's PayFlow Pro. Now they asked me i need a US Internet Merchant Account. I live in Canada, what do I do? We're a legally formed corporation, but even my local bank didnt' know what I was talking about. I asked them if I can open a Internet Merchant Account, they're like what?

Maybe that's why the CDN dollar is low? Hah.

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Robert from SI
06-04-2001, 01:39 PM
I highly recommend a GeekVillage advertiser, Jetbill. 9% rate.

The banner may be at the top of this page right now.

Kaiosama
06-04-2001, 06:07 PM
So far I signed up with all the instant/free set-up ones and not one provided me with the interphase I needed. However it looks like revecom has the best interface for the job. Hopefully all will be well... Thanks for providing me with the alternatives.

I am still waiting for Jetbill to set-up my account though. Their pricing is decent and if their interface looks good to the users all will be well.

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