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  1. Dandy

    which payment gateway shall I choose

    And do you have any ideas as to the payment processor with a wide coverage (something similar to ikobo)? I still use it for my personal needs, but unfortunately they don't provide merchant services now. Perhaps ikobo is going to focus on the online personal transactions and become the alternative to western union and provide services for those who work abroad or cooperate with overseas companies.
  2. And why don?t you want to use payment processor? If you don?t like or in some reason can?t use paypal, you can find decent alternatives without any problems.
  3. Dandy

    which payment gateway shall I choose

    I guess that?s the reason I don?t like companies that charge set up and monthly fees. As if in some reason you don?t use their services, you won?t get your money back.
  4. Dandy

    which payment gateway shall I choose

    Losing $849 with the company is really much :blink: And why do they refuse to make a refund?
  5. Dandy

    which payment gateway shall I choose

    I heard they used to plan something like that? well, if you talked to them then they could tell you for sure. Thanks for the updating ;)
  6. Dandy

    which payment gateway shall I choose

    No, they use only English. As far as I know they are working on the translation, but I don?t know any time frames as to when the multilanguage is available.
  7. Dandy

    which payment gateway shall I choose

    Actually I would say that ikobo is rather cheap (e.g. in comparison with worldpay, stormpay or 2checkout). And what about authorize.net? Isn?t it too expensive, as you?re charged by authorize.net (for the gateway) and in addition you must pay to the merchant account provider?
  8. Dandy

    Credit card Payment

    Yes, I think that the above companies are very good for new merchants as their fees are rather low. In addition they cover many countries.
  9. Dandy

    Credit card Payment

    You can take a look at 2checkout, moneybookers, paypal, ikobo; you can also find other payment processors if you check different forums. As to the above companies I think they are the most popular ones.
  10. Dandy

    Which Payment merchants for UK

    I also heard some people were suggesting to use Nochex for the UK. However I never tried it myself. And as to worldpay, new customers are now charged ?200 setup fee (and not ?100) and ?360 a year ongoing (was ?160) + 4.5% transaction fee... As for me their fees are really too high :blink:
  11. Dandy

    Any payment gate available for middle east

    You can check ikobo.com ? it can be used in nearly any country in the world (so I suppose the company covers Lebanon too) and it allows merchants to receive credit card payments at discount rates similar to PayPal's.
  12. Dandy

    How to setup ikobo account

    I don?t know if I answered your question... :blink: I am also checking this company so hope we?ll help each other answering the questions. Please keep me posted about how you?re doing with ikobo.
  13. Dandy

    which payment gateway shall I choose

    Just look at the reviews made by former customers of 2checkout - www.reviewcentre.com/review128337.html But at the same I heard a good feedback about this company. So I guess it?s just impossible to find something perfect. The more popular the company is the more bad reviews you can find about it. To my mind in most cases the customers make mistakes themselves (or don?t read company?s ?terms and conditions?) and then they just blame the company.
  14. Dandy

    How to setup ikobo account

    You need to visit ikobo website and click on "sign up". Then enter your information and follow the set up process to customize your account and set up your "buy now" buttons. And I would also suggest you to read their manuals.
  15. Dandy

    which payment gateway shall I choose

    As to the companies with a wide coverage, I think it?s worth mentioning also about ikobo and moneybookers ;)
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