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Mar 14, 2002, 2:41 PM

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credit cards Can't Post

okay, what i would like to do, is when a person is registered, they go onto the next step, and input their credit card number, and all the other necessary information, and it will transfer a 20$ fee from their account, into my business account... what i would like to know, is how to go about this. Is there anyone willing to hold my hand through this tedious task?


Mar 14, 2002, 3:24 PM

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Re: [$0.05$] credit cards [In reply to] Can't Post

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Mar 17, 2002, 8:16 AM

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Re: [$0.05$] credit cards [In reply to] Can't Post

If i were you i wouldnt go thru the pain of handling cc numbers, if you dont handle the number, you cant be cheating with them... (trust me $250,000 pay back makes you learn...). There's a bunch of pplz cheating cc today, so it's better to have a society to handle those (so you dont need to payback, but read CAREFULLY their contract before signing)

As of today, anybody can cheat cc numbers, and easily trick checking systems, it's REALLY easy to get a delivery (somewhere) and to use faked numbers (the solutions are left for the reader). AND cc associations (like visa, amex, ...) takes the merchant for responsible. It means, YOU have to pay back, and the "victim" get refunded. If you use a third-party society for handling payment, it's that society problem. So choose a big one with a big insurance system else it only means you whish to have problems...

The other point of view would be one of a cc cheater, he doesnt steal someone, he just only get something for "free"... sadly (?), it's just about that...

(This post was edited by freddo on Mar 17, 2002, 8:17 AM)


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