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    Im not sure if this is the right place to post this question, excuse me if it isnt, but could anyone advice on the best place to get credit card facility for my site, something thats offers a free set up.

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    You might try Instabill or Ibill. The first have a free setup I know - I *think* the latter does as well.

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    Hi Greg, have You used Instabil? If so, how did You find them? Thanks.

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    If you have a business checking account, but lack a merchant account, you could also try Revecom.com. Their fees are relatively low, considering that they manage billing, chargebacks, merchant requirements, etc.
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    I have an Instabill account lying about here somewhere, but I've never used. The post above mentions Revecom and that's who I've been using... Same thing - more bells and whistles. I only mentioned those above as neither costs anything to set up.

    Revecom is a one time $49 setup then a % plus $1 transaction fee. FYI, no need for a business account if you have checks posted to you. It's only for the checks being wired to you that a business account is needed.

    I tend to carry on about them, but to date I'm yet to find anything that beats them for features/price/ease of setup.
    Their site is a shambles for finding anything and in places it seems to contradict itself, but support is good and the system runs fine.

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    Thanks Greg, have you tried ClickBank?


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