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Default Ccnow closing down?

Just got an email saying as of 31st december, ccnow will close down?

What other sites can i use as a checkout apart from paypal?

Ccnow was ideal for what i need.
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I have been using CCNOW for years... it is so simple and work really well for me (made less than $1000 per month).

Now I have to look for another one... sigh.

Sorry for my bad english.
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Got email from ccnow this morning claiming as of December 31. They will officially be closed. Thought I'd share with everyone. No more ccnow. Darn

Hope everyone has good day

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Date: October 1, 2012

As a valued CCNow client, we are writing to let you know about some important changes we are making to your e-commerce platform during the coming months. Although decisions like this are never easy to make, we are planning to retire the CCNow platform at the end of this year.

We understand this change will impact your business and want to provide you with as much information as possible about the process, so that you can make alternative plans for your online store and prepare your customers.

Here are some key dates that you need to be aware of as we retire CCNow:

• Beginning October 1, 2012, payment reserves will be instituted and managed on an account by account basis. The amount held in reserve for each account will be based upon each account's sales volume, account history, chargeback and refund rates, and other risk factors. You will receive an email notification if a payment reserve is being held on your account.

• Starting October 31, 2012, support for third-party shopping cart API's, eBay auction invoicing and customer invoicing will be discontinued. After this date, only the standard CCNow cart will be available for transactions.

• Then as of December 31, 2012, at 11:59 p.m. Central Standard Time, new transactions will no longer be accepted on CCNow and your CCNow Client Agreement will terminate. To help you make this transition, however, you will still be able to log in to your account and view reports, issue refunds, and manage customer inquiries. This functionality will remain available for at least six months.
As we prepare to retire CCNow, we will continue to update you during the next several months. In the meantime, we want to sincerely thank you for your business and support of CCNow. If you have questions or concerns regarding your CCNow account, please email support@ccnow.com.
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^^

What a shame.
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I used them briefly, they then took ages to give me my money, so fook em.

Sorry for anyone who used them.though
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I used them before PayPal existed. Their rates were way high compared to PayPal, so I switched when PayPal came out. It's still sad to see them go, though.
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Whats the alternitive now then?

I grudge going back to paypal and waking up to those ''your account is limited until we hear from you'' emails
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Just gotta beat Paypal at their own game. Stealth x 10
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so is there no other merchant account like CCnow?

I dont have my own website and just sold through internet forums so I need something similar to CCNow where I can generate invoices and send them to any email address but also accept Paypal payments?
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Dwolla is pretty good IMO.

That said, sad to see CCNow go as well. I've been with them for 12 years! Strange that they are just shutting down and not instead selling the business unit to another company at least.
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that accepts paypal? 2checkout and plimus??
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I have been using CCNOW for years... it is so simple and work really well for me (made less than $1000 per month).

Now I have to look for another one... sigh.

Sorry for my bad english.
Your English is fine.

Your flag was wrong though.

Changed it to Hong-Kong for you now. Leave it as that.

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Default concerned about my 10 grand

They limited my account over a month ago and haven't been releasing funds. I was expecting to get them in 6 months, but now I've lost confidence. They've got 10 grand of mine and haven't answered in two weeks my question of when it will be released.
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Ive looked into Plimus and registered but it seems I need a business Paypal account to be able to accept Paypal payments???

Whats the point of that??

Also, Im in the UK so Dwollas phone verification wont work

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Default Any alternatives?

I have been used CCnow for four years. Everything until now was ok. No problems with payments, money transfer etc.
I have several sites which are using ccnow, and now I have to find some alternative. Do you recommend any other company with similar business model as ccnow, but with acceptance of PayPal?

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re plimus - so upgrade to business pp then...you want to be paid via paypal and then withdraw back to paypal? also you can withdraw to your bank or cheque.

ccnow has 10G, OMG, I would sue them.
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CCN ow will release funds in 180 days
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They limited my account over a month ago and haven't been releasing funds. I was expecting to get them in 6 months, but now I've lost confidence. They've got 10 grand of mine and haven't answered in two weeks my question of when it will be released.
Standard for them especially if it's a new account.

They take ages to reply leaving you feeling terrible.

Provided everything sorts itself, you should not need to wait 6 months.

That is on a case by case basis however.

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yeah all that worries me for that 10G poster, is if you say ccnow has closed, is that true? the parent company should still exist though - DR
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CC now closing down? This guy's thread title was prophetic then :

http://www.aspkin.com/forums/ccnow/5...y-account.html (the original thread title was later edited by GreenBean)


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re plimus - so upgrade to business pp then...you want to be paid via paypal and then withdraw back to paypal? also you can withdraw to your bank or cheque.

ccnow has 10G, OMG, I would sue them.

I only want to accept paypal payments. I dont want to have my own paypal account as chances are, it will get limited one day.

I never day any problems like that with CCNow
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