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  • accept checks

    anyone have a good experience with a company to provide a check processing?

    paypal could be considered one, but i said "good experience"....

    any way to reduce processing / transaction fees and i'm ALL EARS.

  • #2
    Authorizenet offers an echeck processing service. We do not use it so, unfortunately, I can not share on any personal experiences.

    ~fr_k

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    • #3
      Originally posted by www.frik-n-frak.com View Post
      Authorizenet offers an echeck processing service. We do not use it so, unfortunately, I can not share on any personal experiences.

      ~fr_k
      whats interesting is that bank of america merchant services uses auth.net / cybersource but when i asked about e-check, the service is through a different gateway

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      • #4
        Does anyone know how e-check processing via Authorize.net would be set up with 3d cart?

        They had said it's not possible, but would the offline payment method not work?

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        • #5
          Who said it was not possible to integrate? 3dcart or authorizenet?

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          • #6
            We use Fattmerchant, which will allow Authorize.net eChecks. However, it costs like $49 a month + $0.25 per transaction. We get this service free using Quickbooks Online, but the Quickbooks Merchant payment option only allows credit cards through 3dCart, so this isn't very helpful to you or us. Today, the customer has to call and give us the checking info to do it through Quickbooks online. Works great, but does require a phone call for payment.

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