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I get my gift cards straight through our merchant services provider.
I use FirstData for my merchant provider and they have custom gift card services.
Have you tried googling "merchant companies"
Does this help, LUCKIEST
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Unfortunately (or fortunately) our Commerce platform only supports Authorize.net or PayPal or PayFlow Pro (now paypal) gateways. I don't think QB uses any of those do they?
We're talking about a bunch of different things here.
Authorize.net is a payment gateway only, not a payment processor. Auth.net works with your payment processor..
Paypal is a quasi electronic payment processor with it's own built-in primitive gateway and shopping card solutions.
A good example of a "Shopping Cart" would be GoDaddy. They are only a Shopping cart,not a gateway, not a payment processor.
Remember, you need THREE separate and distinct providers in order to sell on the net:
1.) A gateway
2.) A shopping cart
3.) A merchant account
It's not uncommon for merchants to confuse one with the other...it IS very confusing
Innovative Merchant Solutions offers it's own proprietary gateway system. It works fine. The only problem I have with propretary anything is that it limits the merchant choices and forces him/her to use ALL of the various parts of the system regardless of whether or not the merchant likes the individual element or not.
I like choices: I'll use the gatetway system, shopping cart, and merchant processor that I prefer, not what the packages forces me to use.--and if I don't like one or the other, I'll change interchangably without having to junk the entire infastructure and start from scratch.
If you need to discuss it some more, email me: email@example.com
Still want an Innovative Merchant account web solution with built-in gateway? Critique aside, it does simplify things a lot. Paste the following to your browser, make sure you select the ecommerce option, and apply online:
Believe me, i know the ins and outs of Merchant Accounts/Gateways. I typically say "Authorize.net" since the service is synonomous with having both the Merchant and Gateway in one package since Authorize.net itself doesn't sell directly.
I have found a partner that uses Authorize.net gateway and allows me to use gift cards. Chase Paymenttech came up with the best cost/pricing for me and that is who i will switch to.
By the way, we do use PayPal but we use PayPal Payments Pro which is a full merchant/gateway system that they offer akin to PayFlow Pro of which they purchased from Verisign.
I had 0 experience with retail gift cards offered by these companies and that was why i asked about them. I would be interested in QB processing but the proprietary gateway is a no go.
I need Authorize.net gateway processing or PayFlow Pro processing to incorporate into my platform otherwise the costs are way to high and i'm not interested in proprietary gateways since i can't easily switch/convert to other systems without having to re-develop our platform/architecture.