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Accepting Online Payments: Finding the Best Service Provider
Sep23

Accepting Online Payments: Finding the Best Service Provider

One of the bigger issues website owners, tech start-ups, and Internet entrepreneurs face is how to go about processing credit cards and online payments for their customers. With a long list of providers to choose from, it can be a bit overwhelming at first. Luckily, there are resources available all over the…

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Credit Card Merchant Alternatives: Evaluating Options
Aug05

Credit Card Merchant Alternatives: Evaluating Options

The number of credit card transactions and volume of dollars coming in as the result of these transactions has steadily risen over the last few decades. As credit card transactions increase, processing technologies have, too. This natural progression makes it easier for the consumer to make quick…

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Why You Should Accept Online Payments Through Your Website
Jun24

Why You Should Accept Online Payments Through Your Website

Like everything else you do for your business, the reasons you should accept online payments at your website are based on business goals. Quite simply, accepting online payments will help increase your profits. Consumers of today expect conveniences. They want to shop whenever and wherever they please…

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FastPay – The Lifeline For Many Small Businesses Just Got Paid ($25 Million In Funding)
Jul23

FastPay – The Lifeline For Many Small Businesses Just Got Paid ($25 Million In Funding)

Online advertising companies notoriously pay their customers on a 60 day cycle. Considering another set of business priorities, the companies typically aren’t able to release such large amounts of cash sooner.   The advertising technology ecosystem is such that even this 60 day cycle can regularly turn into 120 days. Without enough money coming in, companies expecting pay aren’t always in a position to do add buy-ins or make...

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Raising $20 Million And Hacking – Stripe.com Is Change For Online Payments

Irish brothers John and Patrick Collison, the cofounders of Stripe.com, have been building what appears to be the easiest way for developers to embed and take payments from customers online without having to set up a merchant bank account or store credit card information.   This means that requirements for data protection and guards against fraud will no longer be part of the tedious steps needed to monetize. It’s a more...

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