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How Payment Processors Secure Your Online Selling

By Stan Parker

There are some websites that are not reliable that’s why many customers sometimes feel unsure whether to go through with the purchase or not. Thus, having a tool to keep customer’s credit card details secure is important. And payment processors is the only way that you can do this.

This tool will give you a secure way of processing payments from customers secured since all his information will not be available to others. However, the security of both the seller and the customer isn’t the only thing that is crucial these days. Consider their other advantages:

1. Your customer can still pay you through the payment processor even if your bank is offline, thus allowing you to withdraw your money later when operations resume in your bank. This makes it reliable.

2. Fast. There is no need to wait for your bank to go online in order for your customers to pay. This means convenience for them because they will then be able to buy anytime they want.

3. Efficient. Payment processors accept payments even in foreign currencies. When you have a payment processor, you are able to accept money from any part of the world and the amount will simply be converted to US dollars for you to withdraw.

4. Easy. Convenience here means 24/7 and when you say 24/7, that means no holidays and no waiting periods. You can just pay anytime and anywhere you want.

5. Since these processors only ask for pieces of information that are important like phone number, address name, bank account and others making it unnecessary for one to put details like names of your family members and others. Giving out your picture is even unnecessary. What’s important really is, you have your bank account as a means to transfer the money to you so you can withdraw it. Add to that the fact that customers always feel safer when they know stores don’t hold their credit card/bank account information.

Now that you are aware of these things, sign up with a payment processor before you actually launch your website and make your presence online be noticed. It always pays to be prepared.

If you’re still not capable of credit card merchant processing, you could be losing a whole lot of sales already. Do your research on credit card merchant accounts so you can stop making people click away from your site just because you don’t accept credit cards.

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Parker, Stan "How Payment Processors Secure Your Online Selling." How Payment Processors Secure Your Online Selling. 7 Jul. 2010. 29 Jul 2015 <>.

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Parker, S (2010, July 7). How Payment Processors Secure Your Online Selling. Retrieved July 29, 2015, from

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