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Re: Looking for 3rd Party Credit Card processor (not software)



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Bradley,

When I oversaw our i5 development team, we partnered with
https://www.unitedtranzactions.com/ We were using SSL API calls. Our
project was both web (php) and ERP (rpg) based.

I can connect you with their president Dean Middleton, email me if you wish.






On Wed, Sep 4, 2013 at 4:04 PM, Don Osmond <don.osmond@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx>wrote:

If you reply to don.osmond@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx we would like to discuss our
solution.
Don

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From: midrange-l-bounces@xxxxxxxxxxxx [mailto:
midrange-l-bounces@xxxxxxxxxxxx] On Behalf Of Jon Paris
Sent: Wednesday, September 04, 2013 5:46 PM
To: Midrange Systems Technical Discussion
Subject: Re: Looking for 3rd Party Credit Card processor (not software)

Check out JetPayi5 (http://www.jetpayi5.com/features.htm) I checked them
out for System i Developer and was impressed with how easy the software was
to use - and I loved the price. Our only issue was the time and resource
needed to qualify as a vendor - we just didn't have the cycles so we stuck
with our existing vendor (First Data) and we use their web API via PHP.

Haven't looked it over personally but the lads at Krengel have Krengel
Credit which should also meet your needs.


On 2013-09-04, at 3:35 PM, Bradley Stone <bvstone@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:

Hi, all!

I'm currently working with a customer that would like to add both one
time and recurring credit card billing to their online system.

In doing some research it seems it's worth it to use a 3rd party where
you only store a "token" on your system and use that to make API calls
to do the credit card transactions.

We would be looking mainly for a web service type interface to do the
transactions. I would be most likely using our GETURI product for the
HTTP calls/transactions.

What we would require would be:

1. The ability for both one time and recurring charges 2. The
ability to also call them to charge and or/refund charges for the
customers 3. HTTP Web service interface 4. Of course, compliant with
all the rules and regulations involved.

Looking for any and all suggestions. Not really looking for a
software package, but instead a service to call using web services for
the majority of the transactions.

Thanks!

Brad
www.bvstools.com
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