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Question With auctiva no good anymore, what's the cheapest/free way of connect to authorize.ne

With auctiva no good anymore, what's the cheapest/free way of connect to authorize.net to eBay checkout?

And not using Payflow obviously.

Now I could code some stuff in PHP with some encryption that everyone could use to be able to prefill in the stuff using the authorize.net form interface, but the problem is that it doesn't connect to eBay checkout, which means sellers would have to manually do all this work and then on top of it, most buyers wouldn't pay because they worship paypal and do blood sacrifices to it. And I can't just connect it to eBay's checkout because it's tough to get accepted as an eBay authorized developer partner.

Now I heard there's cartmanager but it's something like $10-$15 a month for each account I have, which is bad. I'd prefer to find something either free or less than $1 a month per account.

With auctiva no good anymore, what's the cheapest/free way of connect to authorize.net to eBay checkout?
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I have been out of the forum loop for a while now. Why doesnt it work with authorize.net any more? I was acutally hoping to set up a merchant account my self.
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so now you can't use auctiva and authorize.net merchant account? or you have to pay for auctiva? Is that what you were meaning?
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Auctiva is still good for those of us willing to pay.
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do you just enter your merchant plus number in each auctiva account? So you could have several auctiva accounts linked to one Merchant plus account? If so, does auctiva link up that you have multiple auctiva accounts going to one merchant plus account? I already have one auctiva account linked to my authorize.net/ merchant plus account, will this be a problem?
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dude seriously? just pay the bill man. I recommend getting merchant plus along with authorize.net. Its $30 a month with no worries Worth every penny.

If you really do not want to pay any fees, then, go to paypal and pray to god before each time you log on.
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SO does merchant plus accept everybody or what could make you not get approved? Would it be credit or what let me know.
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You have to use merchant plus on a ebay account with real info tho.
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I thought you could link dozens of ebay accounts with auctiva to 1 merchant account?
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do you just enter your merchant plus number in each auctiva account? So you could have several auctiva accounts linked to one Merchant plus account? If so, does auctiva link up that you have multiple auctiva accounts going to one merchant plus account? I already have one auctiva account linked to my authorize.net/ merchant plus account, will this be a problem?
Thanks and sorry I sound confusing..

Can anyone give a good answer to kuntrykok's question without me waiting a month to get an answer? I too am wanting to get a Merchant Plus account and link several Auctiva accounts (with 1 Ebay account each) with just 1 Merchant Plus account. Is this possible? I know Auctiva doesn't mind you using multiple Ebay accounts.


Also if I use the Auctiva Desktop Software will my IP address be revealed to Ebay? I really like using this software. You can End Auction Early, Cancel Auctions, Email buyers and tons of other things all without being on Ebay. Its also great for using with several sellers accounts.

Can anyone give me an answer to both questions above?
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Would'nt using Multiple Ebay accounts with 1 Auctiva account cause your Ebay accounts to be linked? After all, the "Token" that needs to be created to link your Ebay account to your Auctiva Account MUST contain Some information on it that will allow Ebay to Determine that More than one Ebay account is using a Particular Auctiva Account.
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Would'nt using Multiple Ebay accounts with 1 Auctiva account cause your Ebay accounts to be linked? After all, the "Token" that needs to be created to link your Ebay account to your Auctiva Account MUST contain Some information on it that will allow Ebay to Determine that More than one Ebay account is using a Particular Auctiva Account.
No not at all. You can use many, many ebay accounts with the same auctiva.
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What about "The Listing Factory" I also use there service. I feel that it makes better looking auctions, Has anyone used "The Listing Factory" with Multiple Ebay accounts whithout getting them Linked together?
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Default Auctiva alternative with authorize.net

I have been using kyozou.com for well over 10 years now and it is a great online management system for not only ebay but all your other merchants. You can set up with paypal, authorize.net, worldpay etc... and I find it much easier to use that Auctive and relatively inexpensive, if you sell a decent amount of product.
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I have been using kyozou.com for well over 10 years
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what about ip linking? Is it like Auctiva where you can manage without ebay or others seeing ip?
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I beleive it has that option, but I do not use it as i follow the stealth guidlines anyway. You can call and ask as the tech support team are pretty good
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I guess it cannot be that great if i know the number in my head LOL

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