Interactive Consultant at personal
03 February 2004 13:49pm
Thanks for that Joe,
i had almost made up my mind to use Paysystems, before I finally decide I'll take a look at Protx.
once again thanks,
Just Monthly Ltd
I have to agree with Joe. We have just started using Protx for our clients and they offer a broad range of solutions at minimal cost. They are also partnered with a company called 'The 3rd Man' who carry out extensive fraud checking to minimise charge-backs.
The drawback with this kind of service compared to WorldPay is that you need a merchant account with your bank. WorldPay offer the option of piggy-backing on their own so the cost for a smaller business could work out cheaper in the long run.
On 13:28:16 3 February 2004 joe wrote:
>Protx (www.protx.com) is a good option in my experience.
>There is a fixed monthly fee of £20 but no
>transaction charges (as long as you don't exceed a
>specified volume of transactions - I can't remember how
>many it is but I think it is about 20,000 per quarter).
>Even better, there is no set up charge.
>I have no affiliation with them, but have used them on a
>number of client sites with no problems, so would recomend
>having a look!
>On 11:47:38 31 January 2004 don_26 wrote:
>>I want to setup a small website to sell a service.
>>service requires that subscribers subimit their
>>and pay online. I am looking for the most simple and
>>secure solution for processing credit cards payments.
>>I have looked at World pay and downloaded all the
>>documentation for this, does anyone know of any other
>>methods or merchants that offfer a similar service to
>>world pay? Obiously I do not want it to cost the earth
>>Any information you can give in this direction would
03 February 2004 15:43pm
i have now looked at the Protx site and its true their options are very comprehensive., The downside being as you mentioned, is that you must already have a merchant account, where as with Paysystems you do not need one.
The service we are looking to offer is a startup therefore no merchant account exists at present, also the business will be entirely web based, i suppose my next question is how easy or hard is it to setup a merchant account.
Owner at Fuzzbox
10 March 2004 10:52am
On 11:47:38 31 January 2004 don_26 wrote:
>I want to setup a small website to sell a service. This
>service requires that subscribers subimit their informaton
>and pay online. I am looking for the most simple and
>secure solution for processing credit cards payments.
>I have looked at World pay and downloaded all the
>documentation for this, does anyone know of any other
>methods or merchants that offfer a similar service to
>world pay? Obiously I do not want it to cost the earth
>Any information you can give in this direction would be
>www.fuzzbox.net are experts in the e-commerce field and can facilitate any idea you have and any budget. If you want your site fully integrated with a cost effective on-line payment feature give us a call 0800 061 2450
06 February 2008 05:13am
Hi, I’m new to this forum. I’ve been trying to find the best credit card offers and reviews? I’ve been checking out www.financeglobe.com for some tips.
Anyone have any good or bad experiences? Whats the best deal for rewards?
07 February 2008 10:47am
I go to financeglobe when I want to do a little research myself.
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