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    Can anyone recommend me a cheap and easy system to accept payments on a website?
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    is there such a thing...they all want to take your eyes and come back for the sockets......paypal..
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    PayPal. You can embed the codec in your website, they take any card even without a PayPal account, widely used, easy to manage.
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    I'd seen Paypal, don't like the idea of all the fee's. I'm only small and I want to plough profits back into the business, not make some mug owning paypal richer.
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    i understand that, but i will say this. no paypal and very many users wont use site. its a sign of trust as you can get repaid if anything goes wrong. so it may be worth it longer term.
    there is sage pay as well. not sure what they charge but seen a good few sites use it
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    Exactly that. PayPal is long standing and trusted. Personally I'm happy to do PayPal as my details are safe with them, some random "provider" not so much - so I move on.

    PayPal has a massive client list, one of the largest in the banking world, and that means that it won't be a problem for the vast amount of people purchasing from you, and they know it's safe.

    As for the cost, stick it on your prices. Why should you bear the cost of the way others pay you? I don't in my business. The charge for my SumUp is 2% so when I started using it my prices went up by 5 an hour (more than 2% by quite a way). Nobody ever said a thing about the cost increase.

    That's business.

    Also, you obviously know how business works. Why should a company provide a payment platform for you to use (and all the ballache that goes with it) for free just to save you money? That's a weird expectation! They have costs; staff, servers, insurances etc etc. No payment platforms are free, unless you're accepting Instant Transfer into a personal account for business purposes, which is against the AUP of almost every bank on the planet, and is likely to invite HMRC up your rectum if they find out.

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    Quote Originally Posted by REXTON View Post
    I'd seen Paypal, don't like the idea of all the fee's. I'm only small and I want to plough profits back into the business, not make some mug owning paypal richer.
    Buy stock in Paypal, make yourself richer

    They're not exactly penny shares though: PYPL (NASDAQ) $242.18

    You could have made a bundle if you'd bought in 18 months ago, more than doubled since then.
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    Quote Originally Posted by struth View Post
    i understand that, but i will say this. no paypal and very many users wont use site. its a sign of trust as you can get repaid if anything goes wrong. so it may be worth it longer term.
    there is sage pay as well. not sure what they charge but seen a good few sites use it
    Agree - buyers feel safe with paypal, plus it is so easy to pay with it.
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    You do leave yourself open to claims from buyers who aren't happy or even just changed their mind though, if they don't mind making up something wrong to send it back. And you always have to send by tracked postage.

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    If you're distance selling you are open to that regardless of what payment method you employ. 14 days to change your mind, you don't need to have a reason.
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