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Coolaid
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Re: Thumbs up to POSonline!

#391 Postby Coolaid » Sep 08, 2012 1:55 pm

NickyC wrote:I would like to add to this thread in the defense of POSonline and share my personal experience, our company has been using POSonline for the last 6 weeks and processed approximately 800 transactions in this time amounting to around €80,000+ without any issues whatsoever. Payments have been on time, no delays, no excuses and so far they have been by far the BEST experience i have personally had with any merchant account/third party providers also i would like to add there online support and customer services has been extremely helpful in times of need!

I am not joining in the debate just thought it was appropriate to add a honest review!!!


Your average transaction is €100? Nonsense!

iceoptimist
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Re: Thumbs up to POSonline!

#392 Postby iceoptimist » Sep 08, 2012 2:05 pm

Coolaid wrote:
NickyC wrote:I would like to add to this thread in the defense of POSonline and share my personal experience, our company has been using POSonline for the last 6 weeks and processed approximately 800 transactions in this time amounting to around €80,000+ without any issues whatsoever. Payments have been on time, no delays, no excuses and so far they have been by far the BEST experience i have personally had with any merchant account/third party providers also i would like to add there online support and customer services has been extremely helpful in times of need!

I am not joining in the debate just thought it was appropriate to add a honest review!!!


Your average transaction is €100? Nonsense!



Actually it would be over €110 easily as POSonline holds some percentage doesnt it? and they do cut some percent for transactions. and he is saying he has processed €80,000++ . I can't even imagine what he is selling that gets him €110 avg amount per transaction. Clearly sounds fake

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#393 Postby Coolaid » Sep 08, 2012 3:09 pm

100% processing fees? Seems a bit steep.

randy
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#394 Postby randy » Sep 08, 2012 3:16 pm

Coolaid wrote:100% processing fees? Seems a bit steep.


read here

http://sibsoft.net/forum/my-experience-posonline-it-t5058.html

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#395 Postby randy » Sep 10, 2012 1:01 am

admin why did you delete my last post about posonline???

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#396 Postby admin » Sep 10, 2012 3:03 am

randy wrote:admin why did you delete my last post about posonline???


Because everyone already knows what you think about them, no need in further talks about that. You've been warned. I guess everyone interested in someone else experience.

Coolaid
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#397 Postby Coolaid » Sep 10, 2012 12:07 pm

randy wrote:
Coolaid wrote:100% processing fees? Seems a bit steep.


read here

http://sibsoft.net/forum/my-experience-posonline-it-t5058.html


Ha I was being facetious. If it were me depending on the amount I'd take them to court. There's no mention of holding funds for 180 days in the agreement. What payment processor are you going with next?

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#398 Postby randy » Sep 10, 2012 6:27 pm

I cannot answer here what we are deciding to do. But you already know what I think about him :) We are still searching for a reliable payment processor that keeps his word...

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#399 Postby PosOnline » Sep 11, 2012 6:24 pm

For people interested to know more detailed information about PosOnline payment processor we create a new topic here
http://sibsoft.net/forum/posonline-as-p ... t5100.html

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#400 Postby admin » Sep 14, 2012 2:51 am

No more Posonline discussions in this thread. Now they have their own thread.

iceoptimist
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#401 Postby iceoptimist » Sep 14, 2012 8:08 am

Has anyone tried Icepay? if yes, how are they?

pony99
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#402 Postby pony99 » Sep 14, 2012 2:20 pm

Does anybody use avangate? Some filehosts use it!

randy
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#403 Postby randy » Sep 14, 2012 2:54 pm

they are kicking their low value customers at the moment!

filerose been kicked e.g.

they tell you your business is too risky :)

I asked them twice

they only work with extabit and filefactory now

so this means if you have a proof you're a high roller then they accept you!

everybody's corrupt these days

same with adyen. only work with rapidgator!

Kergar
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The site is suing the Filelockers

#404 Postby Kergar » Sep 14, 2012 6:13 pm

Because my filelocker is a redanime I have many donations instead of premium accounts so that we can make a big donor community one of the company reports that Austrialia unsubscribing paypal services attached the link:

http://stopfilelockers.com/more-paypal- ... e-lockers/


S___S

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#405 Postby randy » Sep 14, 2012 6:34 pm

all filehosting sites end up there 1 day ;)


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