I've been working on an ecommerce website and am nearly finished with it. In the country where I work in (third world) they didn't allow me to open an online merchant account because I am with a private company.
I would like some input on doing this with a US based ecommerce service.
My site is developed with MySQL and PHP, and all I require is a payment page that I can send a token or a randomly generated serial number. I'm thinking the payment page will fetch the amount from the token that was passed and process the payment then return back to the site. Because products are online (credits).
Well I do work a little with Yahoo, but something you first want to keep in mind. To accept credit cards on your website - you need to things: a merchant account provider and an electronic payment gateway.
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