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Old 26-09-2002, 15:38   #31
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okay ... apparenting in the web hosting business everyone is using PayPal and/or 2Checkout...

since some of you are already familiar with one or both of these ... could anyone enlighten me as to the process of site integration ... is this difficult ?

Mmm... may I add that I have zero programming skills ... reading and understanding simple HTML is the best I can do ...
Depending of which method you are going to use, both will have different coding that need to be insert into your order or payment page.
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Old 23-10-2002, 08:33   #32
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Just had a brush with integrating WorldPay into a client's site. It's quite easy, just some configuration done at the account administration module. For a more customised look, you can actually upload your own response files to the WorldPay server. HTML knowledge is good enough. The online help files are easy to understand as well.

But if your account is UOB, you might have a lengthly activation process.

Just some inputs. Hope it helps.
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Old 05-11-2002, 04:09   #33
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Am i right to say that we need about 1 mth for checks from 2checkout to clear?

What's the difference compared to using Worldpay?

Does Worldpay require you to use a actual business/company name?

Thanks.
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Old 05-11-2002, 05:27   #34
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since some of you are already familiar with one or both of these ... could anyone enlighten me as to the process of site integration ... is this difficult ?
It as simple as putting up a link ;)

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Am i right to say that we need about 1 mth for checks from 2checkout to clear?

What's the difference compared to using Worldpay?

Does Worldpay require you to use a actual business/company name?
You can't afford to wait for the check as it'll be in USD and yes USD takes 1 month to clear with a local bank charge of S$35

2checkout provides direct deposit to your bank account, why would you want to collect check?

The difference is Worldpay more expensive
It's ok if you like to drop by to see their office girls now and then la
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Old 05-12-2002, 22:42   #35
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the Worldpay girls very pretty meh???

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Old 08-12-2002, 18:15   #36
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C2Pay DBS Pricing:

$2000 initial deposit
2.5% per transaction
$600 annual fee.
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Old 14-12-2002, 13:40   #37
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the Worldpay girls very pretty meh???
I don't know la because I use 2CheckOut mah

I don't see any sense paying more because of their office in SG mah. (paying to help pay for their office?!!!)
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Old 27-05-2003, 06:37   #38
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hmmm... so is the c2pay by dbs still available not? i think engaging 2checkout very expensive as if you need the cash fast, using wire for a big sum very costly leh.. what about world pay?do they use a local cheque to bank into your account?and do you need to pay an additional fees like processing fees?if not ok lar..just as long as your mark-up margin is high then it should be ok..but does anyone knows how c2pay and worldpay takes how long to pay out the money?
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Old 19-08-2003, 09:22   #39
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to those who use 2CO, how much do they charge for direct deposit to our bank?
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Old 03-09-2003, 20:41   #40
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i need to find a payment option for me to send/recieve money from local+overseas customers.
these are requirements

1. no age limit
2. can allow posb bank transfer
3. no need to have credit/debit card
4. affordable pricing
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Old 22-09-2003, 12:54   #41
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Paypal seems so enticing, but with it's horror stories.. I'm thinking twice

http://www.paypalsucks.com

And these stories are recent. Very.
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Old 22-09-2003, 17:11   #42
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i need to find a payment option for me to send/recieve money from local+overseas customers.
these are requirements

1. no age limit
2. can allow posb bank transfer
3. no need to have credit/debit card
4. affordable pricing
hmm... i think COD, or money order fit the local usage... mayb even cheque payment if you feel comfortable.

seriously thou. i really looking for 1 which could direct posb bank transfer.
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Old 22-09-2003, 17:53   #43
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Cheque from US cost a lot.

It caused me SG$18 for one cheque.
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Old 24-09-2003, 09:04   #44
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So many troubled users in Sg, hmmm, why not come up with one local 3rd party payment system ourselves ?
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Old 24-09-2003, 13:03   #45
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Just move to USA
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Old 26-10-2003, 19:09   #46
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was a paypal user
very bad experience

dbs change it's name to DBS d2pay
email: cashmgt@dbs.com
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Old 01-11-2003, 23:58   #47
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i need to ask about payment methods.

some of the hosting services in singpoare state that i can pay through bank transfer.

what do they mean by that? i just have to give them my bank acc number and they'll just deduct accordingly?
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Old 02-11-2003, 07:26   #48
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i need to ask about payment methods.

some of the hosting services in singpoare state that i can pay through bank transfer.

what do they mean by that? i just have to give them my bank acc number and they'll just deduct accordingly?
It means the oppsite, actually. The host will give the customer a bank account number and you can then deposit the required amount into the host's account.
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Old 02-11-2003, 08:13   #49
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Ah.. not forgetting eNets service for credit card clearence.

Quite competitive fees with Worldpay too
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Old 28-11-2003, 19:20   #50
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excellent 3rd party processor

I have to bring paysystems.com to your notice

They are excellent.
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Old 28-11-2003, 23:32   #51
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Re: excellent 3rd party processor

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I have to bring paysystems.com to your notice

They are excellent.
Perhaps you could point out why you find their service excellent? Anyway, I saw on their site that they accept international businesses. Does that imply any country in the world including Singapore?
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Old 28-11-2003, 23:37   #52
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paysystems - 3rd party credit card processors

1. I've been using them for over 6 months
2. They settle via bank wire transfer every week promptly
3. Their site is very stable and my clients did not have even a single problem paying me
4. and they have an excellent admin panel which shows very detailed stats.

Yes they can wire to any bank which accepts bank wire !
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Old 28-11-2003, 23:56   #53
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I have heard alot of good things about paysystem, think worth a try. I'm a 2checkout client, they are abit cocky, coz my recent bad experience is :

They display my balance wrongly !!! I never got my account right, because of they balance statement, always got money lost somewhere and i dont know where is it and how it happened. Last week when i check my account, it said i only got 50+ dollars, in fact i got alot alot more than that. Email them, 1,2 days later tell me that my total balance is wrong... damn sux.
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Old 29-11-2003, 11:14   #54
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Sure do post your experiences with paysystems.com after you try them.
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Old 11-12-2003, 13:19   #55
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hi All

Has anybody had a look at Moneybookers .
They are uk based but has a singapore currency as a payment options. Just opened an account. Did not have time to look at site integeration but I am sure it should be easy.

Should give chance to news kids on the block.

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another option will be xoom.com ?
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Old 11-12-2003, 18:23   #57
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Hi guys,
I'm a 2CO client too.

Below is the Wire Fee I see on their vendor's page (USD$):
$100-$200 = $33
$200-$300 = $30
$300-$400 = $27
$400-$500 = $24
$500-$600 = $21
$600-$700 = $18
$700-$800 = $15
$800-$900 = $12
$900-$1000 = $9
$1000-$1100 = $6
$1100-$1200 = $3
$1200+ = FREE

There is a 5.5% + US$0.45 for each credit card processing.

So far I don't face any balance error (I have small amount of money in it, anyways :p) The only thing I don't like is their customer service desk response time. It usually takes 3 days for them to notice my ticket.

Other than that, I'm still happy with them. Oh by the way, they have fraud protection and they will review every order to prevent fraud. If an order is suspicious, it will be sent for manual reviewing and it takes another 24 hours.

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paysystems wires you the money for just $10 flat out !
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hi All

Has anybody had a look at Moneybookers .
They are uk based but has a singapore currency as a payment options. Just opened an account. Did not have time to look at site integeration but I am sure it should be easy.

Should give chance to news kids on the block.

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Keep us posted about moneybookers
Anyone else using them?
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sure I would be interested to know as well
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