[FX.php List] [OT]Accepting Credit Card Payments

Stephen Knight stephen at fmwebschool.com
Mon Apr 17 14:38:29 MDT 2006

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[mailto:fx.php_list-bounces at mail.iviking.org] On Behalf Of Tom Sepper
Sent: Monday, April 17, 2006 3:44 PM
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Subject: RE: [FX.php List] [OT]Accepting Credit Card Payments

I'm currently using the eAuthorize plugin on a Mac. Works like a charm!


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[mailto:fx.php_list-bounces at mail.iviking.org] On Behalf Of Marisa Smith
Sent: Saturday, April 15, 2006 5:10 AM
To: FX.php Discussion List
Subject: [FX.php List] [OT]Accepting Credit Card Payments

I'm looking into accepting credit card payments by my own clients, and am
trying to find a good, low-cost solution for just a few transactions per
year, and it has to WORK WITH A MAC.  I have had several people I know
recommend using Quickbooks, which I already use for my accounting, but it is
not available in the Macintosh version of Quickbooks.  I also looked at the
eAuthorize plugin from Waves In Motion for FMSA, but it is also only for

I'm really only thinking of offering this because of a few payment delays
I've had working with educational institutions that have a complex
PO/check-cutting process.  In some cases, it's taken me hours of effort to
coordinate payment of a simple invoice, that I could have just had charged
to their Purchasing Card.  Most of the merchant accounts out there seem
geared to high-volume point of sale businesses, so I wondered if anyone
could point me in the right direction for a low-volume solution?  I'd rather
have a personal recommendation from people with similar business interests
to start with since I came up with thousands of hits when I did a google

Thanks in advance.


P.S.  I'm not looking to integrate this with my own website, although I'm
not against that idea.  For the number of times I would use this, I'm just
as happy to write their number down, login somewhere, and hand-enter the
transaction for processing.


Marisa Smith, President

DataSmith Consulting, LLC

9206 Huron River Drive

Dexter, MI 48130

Phone & Fax: (734) 426-8077


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