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Topic # 223152 15-Sep-2017 12:50
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Yes, they are here. 


2.9% + NZD 0.30 per successful card charge.


 


What do you think about the price? are there any other good options?


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  Reply # 1866845 15-Sep-2017 13:07
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From my basic comparisons for low value transactions, that's not too bad.  The majority of that 2.9% will likely go to the Merchant Service fees and Stripe themselves may only be pocketing the 30c.





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  Reply # 1866894 15-Sep-2017 14:35
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Not bad. The merchant account is always the killer. I suppose Stripe bank on volume.

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  Reply # 1866958 15-Sep-2017 15:11
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It's fair. eWay charges 2.7-3.4% depending on which plan you choose if you don't have a merchant account already. Plus their service is a nightmare compared to Stripe.

 

The only issue we had switching to Stripe was that they only settle into our account once a week, compared to when we used our ANZ merchant account with eWay which I believe was daily.





 


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