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RBI shuts overseas payment gateway for credit card transactions within India

RBI shuts overseas payment gateway for credit card transactions within India
Aprameya Radhakrishnan, cofounder and director of Taxi for Sure, a Bangalore-based online taxi aggregator and Uber rival, said, "It will impact only foreign companies who are operating in India through an international payment gateway or by storing …
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Eason Inks Payment Gateway Deal with TNS
DUBLIN–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Eason, Ireland's leading retailer of books, stationery, magazines, cards and much more, has chosen the TNSPay gateway from Transaction Network Services (TNS) to handle payment transactions made across its store network …
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Google working with Airtel as payment gateway for digital purchases
While having a credit card is like having a company ID in the US, not all countries have that kind of relationship with that plastic rectangle that makes you buy stuff. In India, for example, most smartphone owners don't own a credit card, making it a …
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Question about ACH payment?

Question by Kin: Question about ACH payment?
Im supposed to get an ACH payment, the payroll said they sent it out this morning and may take a day or two. So funds should be available saturday morning?

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Answer by cainvest1
ACH payments only settle Monday through Friday at most banks. If they sent it today as a payroll day-cycle item it will credit your account tomorrow. If it was sent as a normal night cycle payroll item you will receive credit on Monday.

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What is the difference between Merchant Account and Payment Gateway?

Question by M Shadows: What is the difference between Merchant Account and Payment Gateway?
Online Shopping

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Answer by imisidro
Merchant account is a bank authorized account which allows you to accept major credit cards, electronic checks, etc. Note though that rates banks will charge you are higher if you are operating an online store because the “card is not present”

Payment Gateway is a software which actually processes customer order information, address, credit card number, etc. The data is sent to a credit card authorization network which verifies that the credit card is valid and verifies that the shipping address matches the billing address. Example of payment gateway is Authorize.net http://www.authorize.net

If you have only a few items, you can operate without a payment gateway and only with a merchant account — as long as you can manually assess the order and identify signs of fraud. All you need is a merchant account and a terminal where you can manually key in the credit card information

With a payment gateway, the order and credit card information is directly sent to your merchant account. So if the customer pressed the BUY NOW button twice, their card can be charged twice, as against when you manually key in the number, you can ignore the duplicate order

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How long does an ach payment take to clear your bank account?

Question by gdavison: How long does an ach payment take to clear your bank account?
I payed HSBC and their records showed $ 34.00 was taken out on 08/19/08 but my own bank has not shown the deduction yet. I am pretty sure HSBC got paid because their records show standard payment. I am thinking that my bank took $ 34.00 out of someone else account or they goofed and lost it. Local branch customer service said wait tell Monday.
Update. My bank told me to wait a couple of more days. I am tired of waiting. I did call HSBC, they actually have the money. So, I am wandering if the Federal Reserve lost it or my bank lost it.

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Answer by AIDAN’S MOM
HSBC has processed the ACH on there end, you should see it come our of your account in a couple of days. I wouldn’t worry just yet, if it is not out by Monday I would call them and double check what account number they w/d the funds from.. just to verify.

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Will my bank bounce my ACH payment?

Question by Pzoff: Will my bank bounce my ACH payment?
Say I have a bill due for $ 100 tomorrow and I deposited that same amount yesterday. Tonight, I checked my bank balance and the “balance amount” is $ 100 but the “available amount” is only $ 80. Considering I have no outstanding/pending checks ‘out there’, etc., will I get slap with a non sufficient fund morning when other bank decides to withdraw my money for payment via ACH or will I be okay because I would have enough fund to cover the payment?

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Answer by CandaceShelle
You need to base it off of your available balance because something has claimed that 20 dollars in your account so you will not have the funds in there to cover the ACH payment. Contact your institution and ask them what the 20 dollar hold is on your account and see about depositing the 20 dollars in there ASAP to cover the ACH transaction.

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Lastest ACH Payment News

PayStand Out of Beta And Ready To Take On PayPal
PayPal and PayStand accept both credit cards and (ACH) payments in the form of eChecks and Dwolla transfers, but PayStand takes the game to a whole new level by driving consumers toward bitcoin transactions. PayPal also revealed new plans. Click here …
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MyECheck to Provide Fully Electronic Check Services to VX Gateway
About MyECheck MyECheck Inc. is a leading electronic payment technology developer providing a new electronic payment method that is replacing cash, paper checks, credit & debit cards, and ACH "e-check" payments. MyECheck operates under license to …
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Q&A: What is a secure payment gateway?

Question by sean: What is a secure payment gateway?
How does it work to a merchant’s advantage?

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Answer by happy
You need a payment gateway to process your on line payments as well as your normal credit card processing card company. They take your customer’s card details over the Internet and perform security checks on your behalf. It’s not to your advantage, because you have to pay twice and it’s not something you can do yourself.

It depends on the volume of business you transact through your site as to whether using a payment gateway is financially viable. For low volume transactions, a company such as paypal to take your online payments will be much much cheaper and it’s very straight forward. Google has also introduced a similar service recently.

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Payment Data wraps up 2013 with net loss

Payment Data wraps up 2013 with net loss
The company specializes in providing payment-processing solutions for merchants and billers. Payment Data Systems blamed the decrease in revenues on lower transaction volumes in its Automated Clearinghouse (ACH) and prepaid card business …
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How to stop payment on ach payday loans
Payday maintains ongoing communication with hundreds of tax authorities to ensure that we are up to date with the how to stop payment on ach payday loans payroll tax laws and procedures. If you have questions please call 1-877-336-7397. Since sales …
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linked2pay Garners Gold Medal for Top ACH Innovation at Payment Industry's
In 2002, transmodus began building the platform and in 2011 launched linked2pay, a bundled payments processing product that provides quick and secure ACH payments that are as easy to transact as credit card payments and can provide considerable cost …
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Lastest Payment Gateway News

MS University launches online admission for the new academic year
Instead of personally visiting the university campus for collection of forms, aspirants can register online and make payments through secure online payment gateway through credit or debit card. "Students not possessing debit or credit card facility can …
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MYOB unveils limited release of new mobile payments app for SMEs in Australia
Bendigo Bank will act as the merchant accounts provider for MYOB PayDirect, whereas Mint Wireless will provide the mobile payments gateway for the service. Later this year, the company will allow its clients to combine with the MYOB Essentials range …
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What is Internet Payment Gateway?

Question by kumaran: What is Internet Payment Gateway?
An internet payment gateway is the most important part of any online business. What an internet payment gateway enables is a way for your site to process credit and debit card payments. One is a gateway which processes the credit card numbers and the second method is an internet payment gateway which collects the numbers and necessary information with you needing to run the numbers yourself on an offline credit card machine. Many companies, banks and websites offer this service online.

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Answer by Sky Lin
An online Internet payment gateway allows you to process credit card orders from your website in real time. This way, the customer knows immediately whether or not their credit card was approved.

A shopping cart is usually used before the payment gateway. This function allows your customers to pick and choose the various items they want to purchase from your website, including options such as size, color, etc. At checkout the shopping cart totals the items, adds tax and shipping and collects the customers shipping and billing information.

The payment gateway captures the credit card transaction, encrypts the transaction information, routes it to the credit card processor and then returns either an approval or a decline notice.

This is a seamless process and your customer does not directly interact with the payment gateway as data is forwarded to the gateway via your shopping cart and a secure connection.

There are three vital things that an online payment gateway does when a customer attempts to make a purchase from your website using a credit card or a debit check card. These include authorization, settling, and reporting.

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