Linking to GoChargeit Payment Processing
transaction terminal - eTerminal - allows a merchant to accept and process
credit card payments without having to purchase expensive software or hardware
or sign a long term lease.
The flexibility of
eTerminal allow merchants with a variety of needs to tailor their virtual
processing terminal to their situation. For instances where a merchant
wants to "link" their web site to the virtual eTerminal processing terminal,
our ChargeLink system offers them three options. The demonstrations below
showcase the various approaches:
Mail Order / Telephone
Order (MO/TO) eTerminal Manual Processing
If a merchant has
a web page or order system that relies primarily on accepting telephone
or mail orders, the free-standing
eTerminal allows them to process credit card payments.
To Login - Email:demo
and Password: merchant
Single Button - Order
Now Method (ChargeLink)
For merchants with
only one product, our ChargeLink application allows merchants to offer
a simple one button-click safe and secure method
for customers to make payments. This method can work for more than one
product by having an Order Now button next to each product. Only one
product at a time, however, can be purchased.
Collected On Merchant's web site
If you as the merchant
wish to collect the customer's non-payment information on your own website,
the collected information can be passed to ChargeLink. This
method might be feasible for a single product business. Demo
Totally Remote Processing
For situations where
merchants are using a shopping cart (e.g. Miva Merchant) or have cgi programming available to
them, a transparent and totally remote transaction process can be used. Control
of the customer's browser is never located, per se, on the gochargeit server.
This approach requires the shopping cart or other program to receive back
result data and parse it accordingly.
A demonstration can
here. With this method, after the card is processed, result data is
returned to a designated page for parsing and handling. Miva Merchant uses
this method for processing.