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I need a good credit-card processor. Any recommendations?

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Hello, can someone please recommended a online credit card processor
that is PHP friendly? I am seeking one that could be built into a
hidden-frame, and process a transaction seamlessly this way. Anything
like this out there that's not too expensive?

Sincerely --

Jim

Jul 17 '05 #1
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Linkpoint's newest API comes with a complete set of sample PHP scripts to do
everything. I've worked with their APIs for about five years and just
upgraded two old APIs to the new one a few weeks ago.

If your SSL or cURL aren't all installed correctly, you may need to
'improve' the debug error reporting in the API file itself, but that is not
complicated since curl has error numbers just like mysql if you ask php.net
how to display them. If you can't recompile your php and apache, you may
want to check with your hosting company that their setup meets your needs.
Though I really can't imagine storing credit card numbers on a shared server
(other than mine of course :>)

Speaking of storing credit card numbers, and other than using OpenSSL
multiple keys, did anyone ever find an asymmetric encryption in PHP?

hth,
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Hello, can someone please recommended a online credit card processor
that is PHP friendly? I am seeking one that could be built into a
hidden-frame, and process a transaction seamlessly this way. Anything
like this out there that's not too expensive?

Sincerely --

Jim

Jul 17 '05 #2

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