A crucial point when starting an Internet based business from home is setting up the payment processors.
This step will allow you to receive money from your customers, regardless of where they are shopping.
The first thing to do is set up a merchant account.
The difference with the personal account lies in the commissions and also in the amount that you can receive from your clients.
Setting Of Your Payment Processors
In other words, you will be able to sell more expensive products and get a better status and relationship with your payment processor.
The customer will also see you as a serious salesperson and this will definitely increase your credibility.
Let’s start now.
The first option is PayPal, which is a free account and is also one of the largest “personal payments” sites online today. It is a safe and recognized payment processor around the world.
It’s actually part of eBay and we don’t need to introduce them.
Opening an account with them takes just 5 minutes, you just have to go to their website and follow their simple instructions. You have several options for accepting payment through PayPal.
The first is that you tell the course to go to the paypal site, then sign up. You give him your email (the one you use with paypal) and he sends you a payment only with your email, you do not need to provide your bank account information or private information. Send your email and get paid.
The customer can pay by credit or debit card.
Paypal allows you to copy and paste a code on your site’s ordering web page; When you paste this code, a form will appear on your site, with a button, and your customer, when they visit your site, will only have to click that button to pay you.
You don’t have to do anything at all except get paid.
And an email will notify you that a new payment has been received (you will have the option to send a refund).
This is for free payment processors.