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Payment Gateway for a Mambo site

Postby daworm » Wed Aug 31, 2005 12:22 pm

Anybody knows of a good payment gateway that can accept payment for my website which has a local clientele? Aside from 2checkout, ikobo, greenzap and paypal, ooops la pala paypal, could you suggest others even local players.

I used to process payment into my websites through ikobo.com but lately they stop providing merchant accounts so purely remittances na cla ngayon.

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Re: Payment Gateway for a Mambo site

Postby cozimek » Wed Aug 31, 2005 12:36 pm

I'd recommend looking at authorize.net.

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Re: Payment Gateway for a Mambo site

Postby wyzemoro » Fri Sep 02, 2005 3:23 am

daworm wrote:Anybody knows of a good payment gateway that can accept payment for my website which has a local clientele? Aside from 2checkout, ikobo, greenzap and paypal, ooops la pala paypal, could you suggest others even local players.

I used to process payment into my websites through ikobo.com but lately they stop providing merchant accounts so purely remittances na cla ngayon.


daworm pare! musta na? anong site mo? pa view?  indi kana ata bisita sa #support.ph undernet ah.

meron din kasi akong client who want his website to be e-commerce enable... who have carts and im not sure yet how to connect to payment gateway like 2checkout, ikobo, greenzap and paypal.. any ideas?
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Re: Payment Gateway for a Mambo site

Postby daworm » Fri Sep 02, 2005 5:23 am

Yo! Wizemoro,

wyzemoro wrote:
daworm pare! musta na? anong site mo? pa view?  indi kana ata bisita sa #support.ph undernet ah.


Ginbuhat pa site, naa pa sa staging server. Will inform you kung ma launch ko na.

wyzemoro wrote:meron din kasi akong client who want his website to be e-commerce enable... who have carts and im not sure yet how to connect to payment gateway like 2checkout, ikobo, greenzap and paypal.. any ideas?


Just create a separate thread for this, better sa support para we can help you out.

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Re: Payment Gateway for a Mambo site

Postby wyzemoro » Fri Sep 02, 2005 6:14 am

daworm wrote:Just create a separate thread for this, better sa support para we can help you out.

Asan ka sa Davao banda pre? Naa ra pud ko diri duol sa Ateneo!


im always at Ateneo... dri ko skwela ron.. hehe. palagi transfer  ;D

aha ka dapit sa Ateneo? skwela gihapon ka? o working? o you mean... you live near Ateneo? Jacinto o Roxas?
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Re: Payment Gateway for a Mambo site

Postby raeldc » Sun Sep 04, 2005 2:09 am

hello, our company uses http://www.payplus.com.ph

check http://nivha.ion.ph

you can buy GO! internet cards there but you need to be registered, and only villagers are eligible. but you can try to register, i'l just enable your account. :)

with payplus you have to pay one-time P10,000 ( if you want full control) but they also have other plans.

then P20 per transaction. customers can pay through their ATM (bancnet or megalink).

I also gave away the script that powers nivha.ion.ph http://www.payplus.com.ph/MerchantDownloads.htm ( Alternative PAYplus+ PHP CURL Parser) but the link doesn't work so you can download it here.

http://ion.ph/process/download/PayplusPHPClass.zip

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Re: Payment Gateway for a Mambo site

Postby aboji » Thu Sep 22, 2005 2:27 pm

try mo lang daw and xoom.com baka sakali

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Re: Payment Gateway for a Mambo site

Postby audienceone » Thu Oct 20, 2005 2:39 am

raeldc wrote:hello, our company uses http://www.payplus.com.ph

check http://nivha.ion.ph

you can buy GO! internet cards there but you need to be registered, and only villagers are eligible. but you can try to register, i'l just enable your account. :)

with payplus you have to pay one-time P10,000 ( if you want full control) but they also have other plans.

then P20 per transaction. customers can pay through their ATM (bancnet or megalink).

I also gave away the script that powers nivha.ion.ph http://www.payplus.com.ph/MerchantDownloads.htm ( Alternative PAYplus+ PHP CURL Parser) but the link doesn't work so you can download it here.

http://ion.ph/process/download/PayplusPHPClass.zip


Do you have a joomla module to inter-act with your server already? I would be great if you'd be developing a module/component for this and plugable to virtuemart too. PAYplus is a Filipino endeavor right?
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Re: Payment Gateway for a Mambo site

Postby raeldc » Thu Oct 20, 2005 4:18 am

the payplus module i made was for mambo PHPShop, but i did a lot of work around which can be too complicated to release for the public. I still have to improve it.

Payplus is owned by Yehey.com , a pilipino corporation.

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Postby guilliam » Thu Oct 20, 2005 1:44 pm

^^interesting about the payplus. how does yhey.com use it btw? sorry for the o.t.
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Re: Payment Gateway for a Mambo site

Postby wyzemoro » Mon Mar 06, 2006 8:34 am

buhayin ko kaya eto!

ano magandang payment gateway dto sa pinas?
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Re: Payment Gateway for a Mambo site

Postby raeldc » Mon Mar 06, 2006 9:11 am

payplus sucks now!

we spend 10k to join it, now their down since September pa.

Wala nang magandang payment system dito. credit card lang talaga na super mahal!!!

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Re: Payment Gateway for a Mambo site

Postby wyzemoro » Mon Mar 06, 2006 9:18 am

raeldc wrote:payplus sucks now!

we spend 10k to join it, now their down since September pa.

Wala nang magandang payment system dito. credit card lang talaga na super mahal!!!


bakit down ang payplus? nakontak moba sila bat ganun? mahirap dto sa pinas eh kukonti lang ang meron credit card. haay!

hirap mag enable ng e-commerce site dto sa pinas na pang-MASA!
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Re: Payment Gateway for a Mambo site

Postby audienceone » Mon Mar 06, 2006 12:56 pm

Wala pang magandang payment gateway dito pre. Sa project ko ngayon, account talaga sa labas ang ginamit, tapos ang mahal pa ng mga payment gateways.
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Re: Payment Gateway for a Mambo site

Postby wyzemoro » Mon Mar 06, 2006 2:12 pm

audienceone wrote:Wala pang magandang payment gateway dito pre. Sa project ko ngayon, account talaga sa labas ang ginamit, tapos ang mahal pa ng mga payment gateways.


konti lang meron credit card dto sa pinas. mga mayayaman lang. hirap makipag kompetensya sa labas.
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Re: Payment Gateway for a Mambo site

Postby chette » Mon Mar 06, 2006 4:53 pm

I haven't used PayPlus yet, but I'm guessing from their website that they merely resell and repackage the online payment systems of Bancnet and Unionbank's Megalink.

I've had experienced with Bancnet's and Unionbank's Megalink, although they cater to "bigger merchants." Just read the fineprint, and don't be afraid to negotiate the fees and quotas.

You can also secure your own merchant account from HSBC and Citibank. Again, read the fine print (esp their rules on chargebacks). And yes, most of these providers require you to have a bond.

To conclude: Hassle talaga ang mga providers dito -- even the 3rd party providers. Most of them rip you off with setup fees, quotas, & the like. I would suggest you use an off-shore 3rd party merchant account like PayPal, Ikobo, & Moneybookers. I can say much, pero baka maging nobela.

(By the way, I don't recommend 2checkout. Long story.)

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Re: Payment Gateway for a Mambo site

Postby berlin » Wed Aug 16, 2006 7:55 am

There's payeasy.ph but setup is 25k plus 5,000 monthly fee or 6% of total sales if greater. Hehe. If your site makes 6k a month 5k goes to them. LOL iba basta pinoy.

http://checkout.google.com/sell <-- cheaper than paypal but to U.S. residents only. I doubt if it'll ever become available in Pinas. Our local banks won't allow them.
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Re: Payment Gateway for a Mambo site

Postby wyzemoro » Wed Aug 16, 2006 11:17 am

iba talaga.. hehe. ang mahal kung ganun.. 25k setup? indi mo nga alam if your ecommerce will click. haaayy.

pde ba sa google.. kahit indi ka US resident peru meron kang US bank account?
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Re: Payment Gateway for a Mambo site

Postby berlin » Wed Aug 16, 2006 4:12 pm

pwede ata. pero kailangan bank account and tax id number.

pero left out yung potential customers na naka atm lang.
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Re: Payment Gateway for a Mambo site

Postby wyzemoro » Wed Aug 16, 2006 10:33 pm

ahhh ic. yun nga lang.... left out ang atm users. ang tanong din ay.. eto bang mga atm users has using their atm for online transaction? gaano ba sila gadami? they have buying powers? hehe. maybe soon.. indi pa kasi ganun ka click ang online business sa pinas. malulugi ka sa setup fee lang ng local payment gateway.

theres a movement now for Paypal for the Philippines .. makakatulong ang isang signature nyo. http://paypalnow.com.ph/
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Re: Payment Gateway for a Mambo site

Postby fhmanas » Mon Aug 20, 2007 7:26 am

cozimek wrote:I'd recommend looking at authorize.net.

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Saan ka nag apply for authorize.net

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Re: Payment Gateway for a Mambo site

Postby nicmehr » Tue Jun 14, 2011 8:01 am

i think authorize.net is very good for this

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Re: Payment Gateway for a Mambo site

Postby stevegd » Mon Feb 06, 2012 6:54 am

cozimek wrote:I'd recommend looking at authorize.net.

Best,
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This is a good solution, many Thanks.


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