Please help me understand how to accept credit card payments online for a fussy merchant, who wants to set up a shopping cart to sell luxury items, but fears using PayPal will make him look like he is "selling toys on eBay." [more inside]
posted by steinsaltz
on Jun 29, 2012 -
I'm about to purchase a $1500 camera from a fellow I met through an online photography forum. I'll be paying via PayPal (funded by my American Express). I've no reason to think the seller untrustworthy, but what can I do to protect myself just in case?
posted by aladfar
on Apr 19, 2011 -
Since Paypal is shutting down their virtual credit card number feature I would like to find a different provider, but I dont want to apply for a new credit card. [more inside]
posted by digividal
on Aug 13, 2010 -
What are some reputable, low-cost, non-PayPal merchant accounts that enable you to accept credit cards online? Extra credit question: what are the best designed and lowest cost Web store options? [more inside]
posted by roxie110
on Mar 17, 2009 -
If my PayPal account got compromised, would it be possible for someone to send themselves money funded by my credit card thats attached to the account? If that happened, could the credit card charges be disputed?
posted by jorlando
on Jun 25, 2007 -
My work wants to accept payments online but doesn't want to accept credit cards. Most banks issue debit cards that work as credit cards. Is there a way to determine the difference? [more inside]
posted by lockle
on May 19, 2006 -
There's Paypal, eGold, amazon bucks et al. Is there a "net-cash" system out there that people from all over the world - from Aruba to Brazil to Zimbabwe - can use?
posted by dabitch
on Dec 16, 2003 -