Dell and other people have the luxury of the volume of transactions to deal
directly with credit card companies. While smaller folks, have to go through
a consolidator (or gateway). Unless you have a lot of transactions, I can't
think of a way out. However, within these service providers, I am sure there
is someone who takes the least % commission.
"Laphan" <newsDoNotEmailMe.co.uk> wrote in message
news:41115e9b$1_3127.0.0.1...for> Hi All
> Bit of general one this, but apart from using Secure Trading or WorldPayarea> on-line credit card transactions - what are the options for business to
> accept payments?
> I've seen the method whereby the order never actually leaves the secureof> and the merchant logs in to print the order and process it manually via
> their PDQ, but are there any other avenues?
> Problem with Secure Trading, WorldPay and the like is that they take a %rub> each transaction and the linking between the full ecommerce site that say
> I've created and these 3rd parties seems to show many cosmetic cracks to> out the professionalism.
> How do the majority do it - because I'm sure DELL, etc don't use Secure
> Trading or WorldPay to process their transactions.
> Many thanks.