[Hidden-tech] Retail cart software recommendations

Paul Stallman aliassolutions at gmail.com
Fri Dec 14 21:47:50 EST 2012

I suggest volusion. Its a hosted cart and would allow them to basically do
what they are doing but be pci compliant.

By nature they have to be paying huge monthly fines for not being pci
compliant now. I think they normally charge at least a 35 per month fee for
that. Not even to get into wisp compliance which has crazy fines per
violation. I have this would solve that because it is already compliant but
let's you just authorize at checkout. I then you can adjust the totals
before actually collecting on the card. The thing is you don't see the
actual cc# which keeps it all compliant.
On Dec 14, 2012 4:37 PM, "Rich Roth" <webmaster at hidden-tech.net> wrote:

>    ** Be sure to fill out the survey/skills inventory in the member's area.
>    ** If you did, we all thank you.
> Check out: http://intuitpayments.com/card-process
> We used it a number of years ago (under the name of ECHO) and it had a many
> options including what you described - we coded our own logic,
> so I don't know what shopping cart offerings they have.
> Rich/webmaster
> On 12/14/2012 10:33 AM, David Korpiewski wrote:
> >     ** Be sure to fill out the survey/skills inventory in the member's
> area.
> >     ** If you did, we all thank you.
> >
> >
> > Hi folks,
> >     I have a client who runs a small retail shop in Amherst.  They use
> > "busybee cart" for several years now for web sales and it allow them to
> > receive the credit card information in a file rather than auto paying it
> > so that they can make adjustments as needed and only run it once through
> > their register.  Their hosting provider seems to be going out of
> > business and the busybee software people have disconnected numbers and
> > bouncing emails.
> >
> > Long story short, they need a new cart software that doesn't auto
> > process through the likes of paypal or visa directly, but instead will
> > queue in a secure file which they can later download or access to then
> > get the information and run it through their register.
> >
> > Can anyone recommend any cart software that easily integrates into a
> > site and might be able to do this?   And please don't tell me this is
> > horribly insecure and potentially a violation of 201 CMR 17, because I
> > already know that, but "the customer is always right" :)
> >
> > David
> >
> >
> >
> >
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