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c# asp.net credit card processing

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gl
I have just started a project that's going to do very heavy credit card
processing through asp.net and i had some questions. I've never really done
any cc processing through code and I wasn't sure where to get started. Can
anyone suggest a particular gateway or cc processor? I saw a component called
..net charge that seems really promising, has anyone used it?

Have any of you done a full e-commerce site and have some suggestions? What
is best tou use with .net and/or best for the money? The app will have to be
able to bill,refund, and recurring bill. I know I can probably code that
manually if i get the general ideas about how .net cc processing would work.

Thanks for any help.
Nov 17 '05 #1
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I have no experience with CC processing but I have had extensive experience
with PayPal payment notification processing. This is a method that has no
set up cost and is very effective.

All of the CC processing schemes I've looked at require a large initial
outlay, a minimum monthly usage and incur a monthly usage fee.

Perhaps if you're just starting out and payments can be handled through a
third party, PayPal is a good option.

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"gl" <gl@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
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I have just started a project that's going to do very heavy credit card
processing through asp.net and i had some questions. I've never really
done
any cc processing through code and I wasn't sure where to get started. Can
anyone suggest a particular gateway or cc processor? I saw a component
called
.net charge that seems really promising, has anyone used it?

Have any of you done a full e-commerce site and have some suggestions?
What
is best tou use with .net and/or best for the money? The app will have to
be
able to bill,refund, and recurring bill. I know I can probably code that
manually if i get the general ideas about how .net cc processing would
work.

Thanks for any help.

Nov 17 '05 #2

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I would recommend that you use a service from another e-business company.
They will provide you with an online service for all you processing
requirements. In your application business logic you call/utilize the
provided service for payments, validations and so on...

- You must use an encrypted SSL connection for you customers
- You should not keep any credit card numbers on disk/database. Your site
could be compromized!
- If you relt rely must keep the credit card numbers (which you donīt) you
MUST encrypt them!
- Credit card fraud is everywhere and it is hard to stop.

Some links...
http://www.verisign.com/products-ser...nt-processing/
http://www.debitech.com/
http://www.worldpay.com/
http://www.redplc.com/
/Oscar
"gl" <gl@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
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I have just started a project that's going to do very heavy credit card
processing through asp.net and i had some questions. I've never really
done
any cc processing through code and I wasn't sure where to get started. Can
anyone suggest a particular gateway or cc processor? I saw a component
called
.net charge that seems really promising, has anyone used it?

Have any of you done a full e-commerce site and have some suggestions?
What
is best tou use with .net and/or best for the money? The app will have to
be
able to bill,refund, and recurring bill. I know I can probably code that
manually if i get the general ideas about how .net cc processing would
work.

Thanks for any help.

Nov 17 '05 #3

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You can always send those cc# and info to me :) i can process them for u.
pretty fast.

lol now thats out.

You will need to have a gateway to a bank or a co. Which is very expensive.
This all gets very complicated b/c of security etc

"gl" <gl@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
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I have just started a project that's going to do very heavy credit card
processing through asp.net and i had some questions. I've never really
done
any cc processing through code and I wasn't sure where to get started. Can
anyone suggest a particular gateway or cc processor? I saw a component
called
.net charge that seems really promising, has anyone used it?

Have any of you done a full e-commerce site and have some suggestions?
What
is best tou use with .net and/or best for the money? The app will have to
be
able to bill,refund, and recurring bill. I know I can probably code that
manually if i get the general ideas about how .net cc processing would
work.

Thanks for any help.

Nov 17 '05 #4

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We use Payflow Pro from VeriSign.

http://www.verisign.com/products-ser...ent/index.html

This is not a cheap project to under take and can turn into a huge cf if not
designed/implemented/managed correctly. VeriSign also offers recurring
billing services that integrate with Payflow Pro.

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Derek Davis
dd******@gmail.com

"gl" <gl@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
news:D1**********************************@microsof t.com...
I have just started a project that's going to do very heavy credit card
processing through asp.net and i had some questions. I've never really
done
any cc processing through code and I wasn't sure where to get started. Can
anyone suggest a particular gateway or cc processor? I saw a component
called
.net charge that seems really promising, has anyone used it?

Have any of you done a full e-commerce site and have some suggestions?
What
is best tou use with .net and/or best for the money? The app will have to
be
able to bill,refund, and recurring bill. I know I can probably code that
manually if i get the general ideas about how .net cc processing would
work.

Thanks for any help.

Nov 17 '05 #5

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