In the past, the problems of cost, complexity and security have stopped many businesses profiting from the Internet. Not anymore…

We can build eCommerce websites using Sellerdeck software (previously known as Actinic) – we have used this software since 2001 for relevant clients. Other software used for our eCommerce sites is WordPress with WooCommerce or WP e-commernce and OpenCart software. All are well supported globally.

Sellerdeck

For an idea of what can be achieved with Sellerdeck software, take a look at a small number of sites we have built for clients:

WordPress / WooCommerce

 

We are also Payment Gateway Partners for Sagepay and SecureTrading. Click on the logos in the right margin for more information.

Merchant Accounts

To trade online you need to set up an internet merchant account with an acquiring bank.

A merchant account is an agreement with a merchant bank that allows you to accept payment by credit and debit card. This is a separate account from your business account and because not all banks are acquiring banks, you can have an internet merchant account at a different bank from the one where your business account is located.

There are various types of merchant account available depending on how you want to accept card payments. For example, to take transactions in a shop using a physical terminal you would need a Cardholder Present merchant account. To accept transactions over the Internet, you will need an Internet merchant account, or to accept transactions via mail order or over the telephone you will need a Cardholder Not Present merchant account (this is sometimes called a Mail Order Telephone Order or MOTO merchant account).

Internet merchant number costs

All the banks have different requirements and fees. The rates you will be charged depend upon a number of factors such as the length of time your business has been established, what type of goods you sell and your turnover. Consequently, it is difficult for us to estimate how much this will cost you.

However, you will usually be charged a set up fee, a percentage rate for credit card transactions and a flat rate for debit card transactions. Over time, as you build a relationship and business history with your bank, you can usually re-negotiate these rates.

If you would like a more information please fill in the contact form giving us a information about your proposed project. We will then offer the best solution to fit your requirements.