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Hi Experts,

I'm building a new website to a client, and he needs to sell stuff in the website.
This is all ok, i'm gonna put PayPal to PayPal lovers and i have an credit card paying system here in Portugal that is called EasyPay.

My problem is, my client is Portuguese but it has bank account in USA, and EasyPay doesn't work with foreign bank accounts.
Although PayPal works with foreign bank accounts, i need a Credit Card Payment System that transfer the money to a USA bank account using the clients VISA card, Master Card, American Express, Maestro etc.

I know that there is allot of online payment systems out there.
But can someone point me out to a good one that is safe a user friendly to developers?

Thx in advanced,
Miguel Guerreiro
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by:Beverley Portlock
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Is there some reason why you simply do not use PayPal for everything? It will take foreign currency and credit cards and you are intending to use it anyway...
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by:justaphase
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Ask my client lol... want his number? :D

Some people just don't like or don't know how to setup PayPal, who knows!?
My client want's both PayPal and Credit Card System..
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by:Beverley Portlock
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I guess what you will need is a US credit card provider since that is where your client's bank account is. An international provider such as Worldpay may have a portuguese option and I am fairly certain they have a US version.

When I last used them, Worldpay offered PayPal as a payment method so you may get both in one solution.
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by:justaphase
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WorldPay seems nice, i'm gonna contact them to know their terms.

More suggestions Experts? :)
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Ray Paseur earned 250 total points
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Speaking from the USA, so I may be ignorant of PayPal in PT, but here, PayPal takes credit cards.  You do not need a PayPal account to use PayPal; just use your credit card through PayPal.  There is no additional fee.
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by:justaphase
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wow Ray...didn't knew that about PayPal: https://www.paypal.com/uk/cgi-bin/webscr?cmd=xpt/cps/general/OptionalAccount-outside

Gonna check it out too thx
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by:Beverley Portlock
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@Ray - obviously I was not clear enough ..... oh well...
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by:Ray Paseur
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@bportlock, yes, it seemed like the message was there, but maybe needed emphasis :-)
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by:justaphase
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@bportlock, sorry... i didn't realized you were saying that the PayPal worked with credit cards "without login" :)

Because that's what i want, a spontaneous credit card payment without logins that can accept USA bank account from the vendor.

... Wish the layout design of PayPal "no account page" were a bit more nice...no credit card icones, just a combobox with the cards.. WorldPay is better in that matter...

No more suggestions? :)
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by:justaphase
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I remove what i say about PayPal, i saw that on a youtube video.

... just test it a buy with Ebay and the Credit Cards icons were there :)
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by:askurat1
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Stripe, Dwolla, Braintree all are good payment systems.
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by:Beverley Portlock
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Euopean-wise Ogone are meant to be good, but I found their tech support to be unimpressive. However they have now been bought by Ingenico

http://www.ogone.com
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by:justaphase
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Dwolla is stunning because of the pricing, and i can see that its well reviewed by the pears, Forbes is one of them.

Does anyone knows about the implementation of Dwolla? Is it complicated? Or easy to implement?
Does the developer/programmer suffer? lol

Thx in advanced
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by:justaphase
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Wait a minute...Dwolla is not a credit card payment system... it's like PayPal... damn it... :P
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Thx for all your help
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