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  1. #1
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    I'm using PayPal right now, but it doesn't fully integrate with my shopping cart software. I'd rather change the payment vendor than the software.

    My host sent me a list of companies to look at. I don't have a merchant account and do not want to set one up.

    iBill doesn't require a merchant account, so I'm considering it. Would love to hear what others think about it. Also, I saw one or two posts in the archives about iBill rejecting good credit cards - is this still a problem?

    Here is the list of other payment processors suggested by my host (comments on these are also welcome).

    a.. Authorize.Net
    > b.. LinkPointT HTML
    > c.. Bank of AmericaT
    > d.. Verisign Pay Flow ProT
    > e.. WorldPayT
    > f.. Echo
    > g.. GeoTrust QuickPayments
    > h.. SkipJack
    > i.. PlugNPay
    > j.. Ibill
    > k.. SurePay

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    I used IBill for awhile. they only take usa and canadian funds, which definately put a damper on my selling. Also, you had to have $25 in your own account before they sent you your check. I stopped using it a couple years ago and never received the $24 balence left in my account even though I contacted them several times.

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    I'm also looking at Geotrust. Any thoughts?

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    <BLOCKQUOTE class="ip-ubbcode-quote"><font size="-1">quote:</font><HR> I used IBill for awhile. they only take usa and canadian funds, which definately put a damper on my selling. <HR></BLOCKQUOTE>
    This cannot be true, I've paid for something through ibill before and I'm certainly outside those two countries.

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    Maybe it's changed in the past couple years. It was that way for me.

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