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  • Authorize.Net Review

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    Authorize.net’s payment gateway is one of the most versatile tools for eCommerce. It’s got a solid feature set including recurring billing and echeck/ACH processing. However, deciding where to get your gateway from is often the biggest challenge. Here’s what you need to know about your options.

  • PayTrace Gateway Review

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    The PayTrace gateway is a great product with solid features. While options such as support for recurring billing and a customer information database are standard features on most gateways, PayTrace’s ability to process Level III credit card data sets it apart from many of its competitors. It’s a particularly handy feature for B2B merchants.

  • Braintree Payments Review: Should You Get A Braintree Merchant Account?

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    With everything Braintree has accomplished, it's poised to continue as one of the most important providers in the eCommerce and mobile processing worlds. Consider the enormous number of unique features and services you get at no additional charge, and for no monthly fee, Braintree may have the best value in the entire eCommerce processing industry.

  • Stripe Payments Review: Is Stripe A Good Credit Card Processor?

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    Stripe Payments is a powerful tool for some businesses that want to sell online, but it can easily be overkill for others. See whether the customizable checkout, extensive integrations, and advanced invoicing and recurring billing features are right for you.

  • Adyen Review: Is Adyen The Future Of Commerce?

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    Adyen is an international merchant account provider known for its big-name users, including Microsoft, Pinterest, eBay, Uber, and Spotify. Impressed yet? It's hard not to get a little starstruck, but we didn't want to let that sway our non-biased approach. You'll find that as a small business owner, you may have some things to be cautious about, and we'll tell you why in this review.

  • BlueSnap Review

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    Pros Available in US, Canada, and 178 other countries Month-to-month contracts with no early termination fee No monthly account fees for merchants processing over $2,500 Fully-featured payment gateway Cons Flat-rate pricing is expensive for medium or larger-sized businesses $75 per month account maintenance fee for merchants processing less than $2,500 Customer support only available during […]

  • Easy Pay Direct Review

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    The company's EPD Gateway is its primary product, with associated merchant accounts provided through partnerships with numerous major US and international processors and banks. It's also possible to use the gateway with your existing merchant account if you already have one. Easy Pay Direct primarily markets its products and services to high-risk merchants, which means if you're a gun merchant, CBD seller, nutraceuticals vendor, or "adult" product business, your day has finally come! Lower-risk businesses can probably find a better deal elsewhere, but Easy Pay Direct does have several features that might be of interest to non-high-risk businesses as well.

  • eProcessing Network Review

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    Overview: Based out of Houston, Texas, eProcessing Network (ePN) has been providing business software and services to merchants since 2000. The company’s primary product is the ePNSecure Payment Gateway, a payment gateway similar to Authorize.Net that allows merchants to process credit, debit, and eCheck (ACH) payments through a website, virtual terminal, or mobile processing system. […]

  • PaynetSecure Profile & Reviews

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  • TrustCommerce Review

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    TrustCommerce claims its gateway is bank agnostic and compatible with major processors. But at the same time, TrustCommerce doesn’t disclose pricing and shields a lot of its resources behind a contact form. Is it worth looking into? Possibly.

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