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Posted 30 April 2004 - 09:08 AM

We are using MOM version 4.3 with ICVerify version 2.5.01 for our cc processing.
This version of ICVerify doesn't pass all the required info on corporate cards to our CC processor (Nova) in order to receive the best rates. The required info being: customer code & sales tax. The latest version of ICVerify does have this ability but isn't certified with NOVA. I don't want to use MOM's sitelink as it is way too expensive. I am looking at ViaWarp & PC Transactit but I'm not sure if these will work with MOM. We process hundreds of transactions per day in our busy season (July - December) Any ideas? [email protected]

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Posted 19 May 2004 - 03:13 PM

We use authorize.net it works awsome and it works right now. IC would take 30-60 seconds to process now it takes 4-8 seconds for us this is great and is worth the extra cost. I should mention we have DSL.

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Posted 17 July 2007 - 10:52 AM

[quote name='patty' date='Apr 30 2004, 12:08 PM' post='52']
We are using MOM version 4.3 with ICVerify version 2.5.01 for our cc processing.
This version of ICVerify doesn't pass all the required info on corporate cards to our CC processor (Nova) in order to receive the best rates. The required info being: customer code & sales tax. The latest version of ICVerify does have this ability but isn't certified with NOVA. I don't want to use MOM's sitelink as it is way too expensive. I am looking at ViaWarp & PC Transactit but I'm not sure if these will work with MOM. We process hundreds of transactions per day in our busy season (July - December) Any ideas? [email protected]

Hey Patty
Were you able to find a solution to your credit card processing situation. I agree MOM's sitelink is way to expensive and I am also seeking another alternative. If I come up with any ideas I'll let you know.

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Posted 11 May 2009 - 12:33 AM

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I tell them I believe in the power of listening. I tell them I know firsthand that immeasurable healing takes place within me when someone stops, sits down and listens to my story.
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