Monthly Archives: March 2012

The ABCs of eCheck.net

Payment gateway integration with eCheck.net functionality may not be something that you as a web developer consider an important point of sale application for your client’s website, but they themselves might feel differently, especially if that merchant is sensitive to … Continue reading

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Setting Your Clients Up with eCheck.net Functionality

So you’re probably sitting there asking yourself, “Why in the world would any merchant want to set themselves up to take check payments online when they can already accept credit cards?” But you probably already know the answer to that … Continue reading

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The Importance of Building a Portfolio

It’s been said that the proof is in the pudding, but the fact remains that there are a lot of people who simply don’t care for it. That, or the idea of determining whether or not something is of good … Continue reading

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Understanding the Difference Between Traditional and Third-Party Merchant Accounts

A major component of taking part in merchant affiliate programs is ensuring that you become an expert in certain areas you never thought you’d explore as a web developer. One of the most fundamental aspects of becoming a well-versed merchant … Continue reading

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The Truth About Online Credit Card Safety

There’s a general misconception about the dangers of using a credit card to pay for something online that has its roots in the most basic of human conditions: the rose-colored lenses syndrome. How’s that work? We’ll explain. Even people who … Continue reading

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What’s a Mid-Qualified Rate?

Discussing mid-qualified rates is a bit of a moot point when it comes to what you’ll need to know when you sign up for the Authorize.net merchant account resellers program, but it’s information that doesn’t hurt to have. To steal … Continue reading

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Don’t Trash Talk the Competition

It’s a practice that really should go without saying—the only problem is, by not saying it aloud, the risk of some unsuspecting web developer stepping into a seriously sticky mess increases exponentially. Therefore, it must be stated, loud and clear: … Continue reading

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Host Your Own Secure Payment Form with AIM

Web developers and their clients enrolled in the merchant account affiliate program who’d rather host their own secure payment form rather than using the one provided by Authorize.net can do so with the implementation of AIM (and no, we’re not … Continue reading

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