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    Accepting orders online......

    Anyone know of a free, or really low-cost service to accept orders online?? For example a service where they may charge a percent on each transaction.

    I'm 17, and my income aint that big YET, but i'm thinking of getting some items online to sell. My problem is hard to find a service unless your 18, or rich enough to afford the service.

    Also any services that allow reacurring bills? meaning like billing someone yearly, or monthly, etc??

    Thank you alot

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    There are a few actually...

    http://www.revecom.com

    http://www.instabill.com

    http://www.ibill.com

    http://www.paybyweb.com

    http://www.worldpay.com

    Revecom seems to be the most popular (among hosts anyway), though I can't vouch for any of them.

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    CLickbank

    I highly recommend clickbank for you

    they only have a 1 time setup fee I don't know how much but not that high I could effort when I was 17.

    They charge you by sale it's some % from your sale but not that much.
    You can refund your bills if a customer is not satisfied. You get your check twice a month and they have a integrated affiliate program so people can promote your product for you.
    Its easy and quick to set up.

    check it out details:

    edited for spam
    Last edited by aspen; Nov 9, 2001 at 21:35.

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    SitePoint Guru hurtdidit's Avatar
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    Yikes, they charge a very high fee for transactions! If you do any amount of business at all, you'd be better off with a full merchant account.

    PayPal's been pretty good for us, and I think they have a "subscription" feature which may work as you describe. Worth a look, especially since they only charge 2.2% +$.30/transaction and no monthly or setup fees. Their cart sucks however, so if you need one you may want to look elsewhere for one that works with PayPal.

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