Merchants for SaaS?


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Is it possible via services such as Plimus and Avangate to accept payment from customers of the SaaS service? If not, are there specialized payment services for SaaS?


Paypal is not suitable in view of the fact that it does not work with Russia to receive money.p.gif
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In our SaaS service use MoneyBookers to accept payments in their API supports recurring payments, for accepting credit cards must sign a contract with them.
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Depends if it supports Plimus periodic write-off.
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Here I wrote an article with "dull PR CheddarGetter" (Periodic charge for a subscription with credit card via your account in Authorize.Net)
I do not know how there with Russian credit cards.
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For Russia credit card is LiqPay. For trousers he seems ill-suited. About recurring payments don't know, but if you can work with the customers to prepay, or to put "accounts" and to remind each month.
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From plimus on the main page is written, SaaS ru.plimus.com/ecommerce/
Can and single payments to accept, and periodicals.
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Though it's been three months, but I'll put my 5 cents.
The support from Plimus is something some do not answer, the answer, but some garbage.
They are afraid of chargebacks as fire is the most moronic reason from the buyer rolls. For example, "the product does not meet the description" a ride. This is considering the fact that there is a trial version of a product that commercial is no different, except for the work time. And it was not the chargeback, and refund through their internal system with the threat of chargebacks.
They say that penalizing the seller, only if the number of chargebacks from the total number of transactions exceeds the threshold of 0.4%. And this is only 1 of 250 chargeback on a successful transaction.
Support and chargeback are two of the biggest problems with Plimus. Other than that, everything works as it should.
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we have different countries used:

2checkout.com but the relative high percentage is obtained ~ 4.2%
paypal.com depending on the currency 3 to 6
and more recently, trying stripe.com yet , the 2.7% -3% is obtained
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