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Amazon.com offers a payment system for your site
a new payment system for your site
Hunter




msg:653769
 9:27 pm on Jun 19, 2001 (gmt 0)

it's new and it looks interesting for certain Sites...
Amazon Honor [amazon.com]

 

Napoleon




msg:653770
 9:06 am on Jun 20, 2001 (gmt 0)

Yeah... but it only supports US based accounts. Thanks a lot Amazon!

scott




msg:653771
 5:41 pm on Jun 21, 2001 (gmt 0)

Aaaah, but did you check the FAQ section?

"Therefore, a payor may refund himself for any reason and with no questions asked up to 30 days after a payment is made."

-Just asking for major problems there.

"For each payment you receive, we will charge $0.15 plus 15% of the total transaction amount."

-OUCH!

Hunter




msg:653772
 6:16 pm on Jun 21, 2001 (gmt 0)

Good points you guys...'cmon everyone, lets rip it apart some more :)

scott




msg:653773
 6:29 pm on Jun 21, 2001 (gmt 0)

I wasn't trying to rip it apart. I've just found that trying to get setup to receive payments (of any type or method) on the internet can become a real shell game. With all the ones that try to trick you into expensive contracts, etc. some may even liken it to "Three Card Monty".

Personally, I like to see the numbers right out there. No hidden costs, etc. Deal straight with me, or I'm outta there.

I was just pointing out the real bottom line for whoever might be looking into their services.

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