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Posted 13 August 2007 - 04:01 PM

This is a blatant plug, but hey it's my site and the rates are good ;)


Make sure to tell all the MOM users you know about this site!

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Posted 15 August 2007 - 06:17 AM

The only problem with this is that I don't think that it can be interfaced with MOM. From my understanding, Dydacomp has some sort of agreement with Authorize.net where you have to open your Authorize.net account through Dydacomp in order to use the MOM gateway. I had a client a couple of years ago that opened their account directly through Authorize.net, but we couldn't ever get it to authenticate in MOM. I called tech support and they told me to close the other account and open a new one through Dydacomp. As soon as we did that, everything worked fine.
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Posted 12 November 2008 - 10:05 AM

I know this is an old post but people should be a little careful with them and here's why. Right on their website it says...

" 2.29% VISA/MasterCard Qualified Discount Rate# $0.29per Transaction"

That is NOT good pricing. If you look at a merchant that's not huge and not small, say they do $10,000 a month in V/MC an have an average ticket of $30. Their EFFECTIVE rate would be 3.26% which in all honesty is really not good at all. Plus, a merchant with these kind of numbers would have at minimum 30% of the cards they get would be check(debit) cards so what about the fact the their rate on those cards should be almost a half of a percent lower? Also, what do they consider to be a "qualified" transaction? MANY processors offer "great rates" on their "qualified" transactions but then fail to tell the merchant that maybe 2% of their transaction will fall into their definition of "qualified." I'm not trying to stir the pot but I believe an educated merchant is a dangerous merchant and that's a GOOD thing.

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