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Greetings to all fellow forum members. I came across a great website that has more none required merchant accounts or required merchant accounts to process credit cards on your own website. With PayPal and eBay banning sellers we must all turn to an alternate method in selling our goods or services. I found a cool website called instantestore which offers over 100 payment gateway plug-ins then any other e-commerce website to date. Below is the list for review. The purpose of this post is to get your real experience with the none merchant or merchant payment gateway credit card processors listed below. I currently use Authorize.Net for my payment gateway processor on my own website but I have often considered on moving onto another platform. I must say that Authorize.Net is very consistent with my online payments. Deposits are made into my account every other day and I have not been limited or banned and the merchant account has been active for nearly 1 year to date. So what could be better then using Authoroze.Net? Let's here what you have to say and thank you for doing so.

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Pretty cool list - which of these would accept Pa yp al as source of payment since buyer's love that service...
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Not true, I've made over $60,000 to date this year alone and not one transaction was processed via the Pa yp al. I can honestly say it really depends on the shopper/customer. I've not had any issues not having Pa yp al has a primary payment gateway. I'm glad I can move on from that. That's why everyone else gives up because they are use to the Pa yp al approach to get what they want and even that will end on a sour note sooner or later. Keep going for the win and think just because Pa yP al might be the 800 donkey kong they still do have the entire market to process orders. Last I checked their really far from that projection.

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Looks like many of you are dependent on eBay/PayPal. Maybe i'm in the wrong forum for this topic. I just want to know how other payment gateways are compared to Authorize.Net

My blacklist of merchant payment gateways to date are has follows.


1.) PayPal
2.) Google Checkout
3.) 2Checkout.com

I've noted tryed others. I just want to know if other merchants or none-merchant payment gateways will freeze accounts and demand invoices and crap. I just want smooth deposits from point A to B and so far Authorize.Net has been successful but if I can save some money that would be great. Also, fast turn around times on deposits would be nice. I don't need some merchant site holding funds are 30 days like that ccnow crap merchant services.
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Wow, I'm surprised SCB (a Thai bank) made that list. I actually use them as a backup to Authorize.net/Card Service Int. Nice reference list though. thanks!

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I tried instant estore. I liked the ease and the look. However, no matter how hard I tried and I called their customer service numerous times, I couldnot integrate Google Base. No Google=No customers for me. I had to let them go.
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