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Topic # 57634 19-Feb-2010 15:03
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$50 NZD to anyone who suggests the best Payment Processor that gives the ability to charge in NZ Dollars http://bit.ly/c2WUHm

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  Reply # 300417 19-Feb-2010 15:14
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  Reply # 300425 19-Feb-2010 15:29
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Thanks - My searches so far had only turned up dps, paystation and paymentexpress. I'd not heard of these guys. From a glance at the site, the best I've seen so far. Live chat support, $20 NZD /mth starting price. nice.

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 300450 19-Feb-2010 16:26
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locallyinformed: $50 NZD to anyone who suggests the best Payment Processor that gives the ability to charge in NZ Dollars http://bit.ly/c2WUHm


Do I get more if I can offer help in implementing it for you? Cool

There are plenty of processors around - the three we are certified with are DPS, Flo2Cash and eWay.  Handling NZ dollars is easy, DPS is the only one (I believe) that can do multi-currency.

Flo2Cash also provide a "holding pen" so you don't need a merchant account with your bank - they hold the money for 3 days and then transfer it to your account.


edit: oops I see now that DPS is on your do not include list.

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  Reply # 300626 20-Feb-2010 23:59
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Paymate! www.paymate.com all the way!




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  Reply # 300630 21-Feb-2010 01:39
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Paymex, had some trouble in the past but seemed to be okay for me when I had an online shop.

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