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Need to add a credit card payment option to a website i'm creating. But what is the best and company to use to do so? And i need it quite cheap. I checked HSBC but they quote a £200 start up fee a…
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suspended7y, 1m agoPosted 7 years, 1 month ago
Need to add a credit card payment option to a website i'm creating.
But what is the best and company to use to do so? And i need it quite cheap.

I checked HSBC but they quote a £200 start up fee and £20 a month after.
Quite high i think.
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suspended7y, 1m agoPosted 7 years, 1 month ago
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http://www.sagepay.com/

used to be protx

many sites use them
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Paypal charge ~ 4.5% for starters, with no monthly fee. The more you use it, the cheaper it gets.
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Civic EG6


Yes alright, not a bad price
t0mm
http://www.sagepay.com/

used to be protx

many sites use them


This one looks good, and no costs, apart from the transaction percentages.
So i may look at going with this.
Is it easy to integrate it to a website?

SUMMONER
Paypal charge ~ 4.5% for starters, with no monthly fee. The more you use it, the cheaper it gets.


Yeah i will already be using Paypal.

Thanks for all your help, will rep you all. :thumbsup:
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DarkKnight;7735078
Yes alright, not a bad price


This one looks good, and no costs, apart from the transaction percentages.
So i may look at going with this.
Is it easy to integrate it to a website?



Yeah i will already be using Paypal.

Thanks for all your help, will rep you all. :thumbsup:

Think it is dude.

[url]www.americansweets.co.uk[/url] use it and they use some pdf thing (i'll find the name for you') which automatically emails a link to a pdf invoice which you can update (with despatched etc) and it changes it on the invoice.

[url]www.fillmybelly.com[/url] use it aswell and a few others too
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DarkKnight
Yes alright, not a bad price


This one looks good, and no costs, apart from the transaction percentages.
So i may look at going with this.
Is it easy to integrate it to a website?



How do you get it with no costs? I've looked and I can only find the ones with monthly charges

There are no set-up fees and Sage Pay Go costs from just £20 per month. There are a
host of added extras too, including standard fraud prevention tools, telephone and mail
order transaction facilities and 24/7 customer support are included as part of your package.
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colinsunderland
How do you get it with no costs? I've looked and I can only find the ones with monthly charges


Oh yeah, i see it now, £20 a month
Must have looked at something else earlier :thinking: lol
Well £20 isn't bad then seeing as they say there is no set-up fee.
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I would go for paypal payments pro, https://www.paypal.com/uk/cgi-bin/webscr?cmd=_wp-pro-overview-outside
there is £20 monthly charge but merchant accaount is included so you don't need to pay separate for merchant account, there is no paypal logo and you host it on your own website so you will need ssl certificate for your site but it looks professional, or you can go for barclay epdq which is also good and you don't need ssl certificate as it's hosted by barclay http://www.barclaycard.co.uk/business/accepting-payments/epdq-cpi/
sage pay cost you £20 a month + merchant account so around £40 as they do not provide merchant accounts
#9
what about nochex? I looked into it myself, but found you have to keep £x amount in your account, depending on your average sale, incase of chargebacks. Some bad reviews too, but doesn't everything?
http://www.nochex.com/

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