ResellersPanel.com is pleased to announce the launch of its new payment system for credit card payments with multi currency support through World Pay. According to the individual needs of the client and the type of the card, which he/she uses, everyone has the ability to choose the currency with which he/she prefers to pay.
In each of these currencies customers can also pay through PayPal. Here's a list of the merchant account credit cards, which LiquidNet Ltd. supports for each of these currencies:
USD - Mastercard, Visa, Visa Delta, Visa Purchasing
EUR - Mastercard, Visa, Visa Delta, Visa Purchasing, Laser
CAD - Mastercard, Visa, Visa Delta, Visa Purchasing
AUD - Mastercard, Visa, Visa Delta, Visa Purchasing
GBP - Mastercard, Visa, Visa Delta, Visa Purchasing, Visa Electron, JCB, Solo, Switch
With the ability to accept different currencies we help international clients to purchase hosting services in their preferred currency.
Upon payment with a card through PayPal, in the card statement will appear LIQUIDNET (as a short description) or LIQUIDNET LTD (as a long description).
Problems connected with the current payment gateways - 2CheckOut
2CheckOut (2CO) too often blocks orders, which are otherwise quite OK, which is why clients are unable to purchase the desired products because the payment process is blocked. We decided to replace 2CO with World Pay and our new Multi Currency Gateway (also supported by PayPal), which will help the sales to increase.
The 2CO payment gateway will remain intact six more weeks. Payments with 2CO will be made only through the Hosting Control Panel (plan renewals, plan upgrades, sole domain name registrations, service upgrades, etc.). In mid-August the payments with 2CO will be replaced entirely by World Pay.
Which is the main currency after all?
Despite the presence of the Multi Currency support, the main currency remains the USD. This means that the prices of all services are made equal to the USD and so, should other currency be chosen for a particular transaction, the price is estimated according to the rate of exchange on the particular date plus a small percent as a safeguard.
Why do we have a protective rate of exchange?
Our rates of exchange are a little bit higher because we are not a financial institution. We don't intend to profit by this; instead we just want to protect ourselves, because we are not very familiar with the details of the currency exchange business.
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