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Hello EE,

I have a question, I am creating a web site that will need to have a deposit / withdraw money .

a good example is the freelancer web site.. where you deposit with visa or any other card and you can pay after some people to do a project.

The part Im interest in is the deposit functionality and withdraw...

any info on that, any example or procedures to follow ?

many thanks.
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by:Brian Pringle
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If you have not done this before, the easiest way to get started is by using PayPal or Amazon's new pay service.  You simply setup an "item" in PayPal and then provide a link.  They will do the shopping cart for you.
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by:PhilippeRenaud
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But i dont want to sell stuff, its like freelancer or kind of a "BankRoll" in poker applications
(im not doing a poker app) but its the easiest example I have in mind.
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Ok If I understand correcly, Its like If I was selling something,...

I just enumerate options like PayPal, Skrill etc.... user enters an amount (that amount is like if he was paying an "item" for that price) and after the site receives the money or I should say confirmation... I display the user that he has "X amount available"

am I correct?
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Brian Pringle earned 2000 total points
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Actually, you don't have to provide a cart to keep track of anything.  You create a link for the item and the user gets redirected to PayPal, which will make a shopping cart on the fly.   Check out this page:

http://www.blueberrygrowers.com/?p=order_seeds

See how the link is just for the item and you click "Add to Cart" for the item that you want?  When they click that button, it takes them to PayPal and that is where they can change the quantity.

The great part with this is that any disputes go through PayPal, which has their own arbitration and moderators.  They charge a small fee for each transaction, but it works just like eBay charges.
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