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What Is A Merchant Account & When Do You Need One?
If you want to have the ability to accept credit or debit card payments in your retail or online store and you want your business name to appear on your customers’ credit card statement upon charge, then you will need to have a merchant account. Read More…


Introduction To Accepting Credit Cards On Internet
To make your website a success, the number one rule is that it has to be user friendly. If it is complicated or hard to navigate, customers will take their business elsewhere. One of the areas of the site that is absolutely critical is the way you accept payments. Read More…


How To Start an E-Commerce Business?
The increasing predominance of the internet has created a whole new market for businesses. The traditional model of a brick and mortar store that required employees all day and the full time attention of the owner no longer applies. It is now possible to run a totally professional business with no physical location. Read More…


Reducing Chargebacks and Reducing Fraud Online Manually
A chargeback is defined as a forced reversal of a credit card transaction.. This most commonly happens when a person enters someone else’s credit card number to order your product or when a cardholder has an intention to scam a merchant. Because of the prevalence of identity theft and other similar internet scams, customers can now dispute the charge at their banks and the bank will then contact the credit card company (Visa, MasterCard, AmEx, etc) to reverse the transaction. Read More…


How To Convince People To Buy At Your Webstore?
With the deepening recession and the soaring unemployment rates in almost all countries, more and more people are looking to the Internet for a way to earn income from home. One of the promising business opportunities is offered by ecommerce. Read More…

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