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What payment gateways best fit for your hosting company?

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by neo4242002, Sep 21, 2005.

  1. neo4242002

    neo4242002 Well-Known Member

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    I am planning to install WHMAutoPilot on my cpanel server.. WHMAutoPilot is compatible with lots of payment gateways as follows;

    PayPal Subscriptions (www.paypal.com)
    PaySystems TPP-Pro (www.paysystems.com)
    LinkPoint API (www.linkpoint.com) - requires SSL (https://)
    CyberSource H.O.P. (www.cybersource.com) - Hosted Order Page
    PSiGate (www.psigate.com) - requires SSL (https://)
    Internet Secure (www.internetsecure.com) Offline CC Processing - requires SSL (https://) WorldPay FuturePay (www.worldpay.com)
    Authorize.net (www.authorize.net) - requires SSL (https://)

    My question is what do you guys best recommend on above?

    Dose anyone tell me why you say its good?
     
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    neo4242002 Well-Known Member

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    Hello henker...

    thank you very much for your reply, :)

    my spec is very simple as follows

    1. low Set-up and monthly Costs
    2. Integration with our UK bank accounts
    3. Frequency of payments to our chosen bank account

    Is there anything else I need to worry about? :confused:
     
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    worldpay is the best out there, in my opinion :p
     
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    I was using PSIGate for about a year, when closing my account I just recently found out they allow chargebacks for up to 18 MONTHS and that I am still responsible for paying them after my account was even closed, please be advised.

    *What could happen* I close my PSIGate account today, 17 months later someone does a chargeback, I have to foot the bill.... scary.
     
  6. neo4242002

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    How about Authorize.net.. I heard someone says that they have hacked.. not sure who told the story..

    is that true?
     
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    With respect I looked at WorldPay - shall we just say this has got to be one of the most expensive packages short of the well known 'specialised' transaction services.
    Just my opinion but Ithink with searching you can find much better deals. Look for comparison tables for you designated location/currency.
    Just my views.
    Michael
     
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    We're in the UK and we use SecPay and also accept PayPal:
    http://www.secpay.com

    You will need a business merchant account.
     
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    Yes.. I already have secpay account for one of my website (shopping cart).. but they not compatible with WHMAutoPilot.. or are they?

    I could not find anything about secpay from WHMAutoPilot web site.. :mad:

    is it possible for me to use WHMAutoPilot with secpay.. Dose anyone has tried that before :confused:
     
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    You should probably ask the developers of whmautopilot. They might help you integrate it into their system.
     
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    I took a look at whmautopilot and thought maybe not quite right for the UK.
    I have an HSBC merchant account (and Paypal) but it might be better to just currently mail people invoices for repeat business.
    If I'm right Paysystems and WorldPay are one of the same?
    I might even try out oscommerce - alas with so many things around and some prices I would class as 'silly money' I think I'll just look round although in the UK things are rather limited.
    I'm sure I went way off topic here! :D
    Michael
     
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    Thats not correct Paysystem is a 3rd party merchant US company and worldpay is OWNED by a Scottish Bank which does multiple currency processing.

    My combo of WHMap and worldpay has been running very nicely for the last 2 years ;)
    and paypal is a good secondary option for your clients !
     

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