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  1. The installation directory is where your oscommerce is installed. Something like /home/website/public_html when you log in via ftp

     

    I saw your post and checked out the mod, installed it easily and signed up on wepay no problem. Free to sign up, they just take a percentage of the transaction like paypal. To get the funds into your bank you need a checking account and a check for the info which I had to go dig out ... who uses checks these days? The only thing that was off was getting the 'credentials' (wepay ID for transactions) automatically didn't work, but the info is right on the website ... the only other thing is the "client ID" on the module is called the "App ID" on the wepay site so if you get it installed you might find that a little confusing for a minute since there are 4 IDs you need to cut & paste :) Then just switch it from Staging to Production and it seems to work fine.


  2. I've got a very small online store going and have used merchantone since they had no problem with selling knives and both ebay and propay gave me hell about it. I wound up buying a module to process through merchone which has worked fine, but it limited to one site and I'll be changing my domain shortly which means I will either be switching or have to have the module updated as it's encrypted. One more reason I'd like to change is that merchantone is charging all kinds of fees, originally it was supposed to be $8 a month but now it's gone up to $24, with another $25 "non PCI fee" even though I'm processing through them and not storaing any credit card info on my side, along with whatever CC charges I have. Being small this month the fees cought me off guard and I got smacked with three seperate overdrafts since they don't lump the fees into one charge but do it all seperately, another PITA.

     

    Any suggestions on an easy to use payment processor for a small site other than paypal? I'll be dumping the knives from my site but my target audience is still 2nd amendment types, many who refuse to use paypal since they don't allow gun/knife sales. I see alot of payment sites and modules but no idea how easy to use / cost effective they are. I'm in the USA also, so that helps limit things a little bit.

     

    I'm using 2.3.1 at the moment. I used propay manually with the old CC module, which I know is a no-no these days.


  3. I figured rather than start a new discount code topic I'd just ask in this one . . I have osc 2.2 MR2, which addon would be best? I just want to be able to give folks a coupon code they can enter at checkout, if I can set it to be used once per customer that'd be nice but if not it's no biggie.


  4. So is it still considered 'storing' the information if it's in two seperate pieces in two different places?

     

    I guess the question still is . . which cvv addon would you suggest, even if not PCI compliant?

     

    I plan to use gunpal as soon as a module for it becomes available for osc, as paypal's TOS is very restrictive.


  5. I'm running oscommerce 2.2MS2 and using the default cc module. I've got it set to split the cc # to my email. What I need to do is also grab the CVV # to process cards. I know you're not allowed to store the CVV#, but would it be acceptable to split it as well so I get half of each in the email? Is there any module that will do this? I noticed several modules to enable CVV but had no idea which one would work best .. any suggestions?

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