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If you are running an online business that accepts online payments, you must have stumbled upon various payment processors like PayPal, Square, or Stripe. These three are probably the most popular online payment brands in the world and the first choice for most startups and new merchants.
Every business accepting online payments needs to have at least one of these: a merchant account, a payment service provider account, or a payment gateway.
In a perfect world, if a user decides to pay for the service or content you are offering, they will simply click all the way through to the payment gateway, and proceed with the payment – simple as that.
From April 18, 2020, Visa will update its rules regarding subscriptions. The new conditions will introduce greater transparency and control for customers. Here’s what you need to know about the new rules.
As an online dating merchant, you know how much time and money it costs to convert a casual user into a paying customer—as such, it’s crucial to get your payment form user experience just right.