Merchants for SaaS?Asked by june
Can services like Plimus and Avangate accept payments from customers of the SaaS service? If not, are there any specialized payment services for SaaS?
Paypal is not appropriate because it does not work with Russia to receive money.
$ 2.32 fixed commission per withdrawal transaction - mole
The card is open in Kazakhstan. For Russia, I think it will be the same. - selby
I wrote link here with “sad PR of CheddarGetter” (Periodically it charges for subscription from credit cards through your account in Authorize.Net)
I don't know about Russian credit cards.
For Russia, for credit cards there is LiqPay. For link. I don’t know about periodic payments, but you can work on a prepaid basis with your clients, or you can issue bills and remind you every month.
Both single payments and periodic payments can be made.
Support at Plimus is something not responding, then responding, but some kind of garbage.
Chardzhbekov they fear as fire - the most moronic reason from the buyer rolls. For example, "the product does not match the description" rolled. This is in view of the fact that there is a trial version of the product, which is no different from a commercial one, except for the operating time. And it was not the chargeback itself, but a refand through their internal system with the threat of chargeback.
They also declare that they are fining the seller only if the number of chargebacks from the total number of transactions exceeds the threshold of 0.4%. And this is only 1 chargeback for 250 successful transactions.
Support and chargeback are the two biggest problems with Plimus. Otherwise, everything works as it should.
2checkout.com - but the relative high percentage is ~ 4.2%
paypal.com - depending on the currency from 3 to 6
and since recently we have been trying stripe.com - so far, 2.7% -3% is obtained