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    Recurring payments

    Currently have moneybookers set up using their integrated gateway but they are starting to charge a large monthly fee and so looking to move or a way around this - thinking paypal but concerns over their support and complaints procedure. And would mean making much of my site more manual and hands on and more work for me.

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    Authorize.net charge more than moneybookers! Whole point in moving it to save on the fees. Going to use paypal and the free system and modify my site somewhat.

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    why don't you use the credit card to charge ?

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    Don't understand your point Alan2011? Systems like Authorise.net and now moneybookers charge 19.99 a month or more for using their payment gateway, plus transactions fees, plus inactivity fees and often a large set up fee.

    Now using paypal as its free, apart from slightly higher transaction fees.

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    Authorize.net might be the right fit for you, they don't charge large monthly fees.

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    $99 set up fee
    $20 a month
    $10 a month extra for recurring billiny

    EXPENSIVE!

  8. #8
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    paypal alternative

    you write: but concerns over their support and complaints procedure.


    guess what?
    youre right they both ****
    i have the same problem

    please read this!
    http://lifehacker.com/5821634/why-yo...d-people-money

  9. #9
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    definately dont use paypal
    youre concerns are real and i closed my paypal account
    they are garbage

  10. #10
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    Hey,

    why paypal isn't good?
    can you explain your experience?
    i'm satisfied with the service i'm getting from paypal.

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