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Payment with a 3rd party


deuce135

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Hi I'm a newbie on this forum and OSCommerce.

 

I'm trying to set up the payment module for my site but am wondering if it is possible to use a 3rd party that already has a Payment gateway/Merchant account.

 

If So how can I go about setting this up :P

 

 

 

If I understood you right and you are interested in an interesting payment alternative, I can recommend www.daopay.com. It's an interesting thing because you need no credit card or any other period of waiting in order to purchase products. Your costumers simply use their phone (either landline or mobile; I think both is possible..?) to enter an order number and make a payment call.

I used it recently to download files from an online magazine. Pretty cool, because: fast.

I visited their page and I think they fournish tutorials for implementation.

 

 

I hope to have helped!!

 

Frank Zeisel

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The simplest way is to use PayPal - you don't need a merchant account for that. If you do have a merchant account & you are based in the UK, then Protx is worth considering. Terra

My code for combining PayPal IPN with ** QTPro 4.25 ** osC Affiliate ** CCGV(trad)

and how to solve the invoice already paid error

General info: Allow customer to delete order comment ** FTP Programs & Text Editors ** Amending order email **

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