Software Order Processing Service?
pete at mollysrevenge.com
Sat Jan 8 17:34:46 EST 2011
I've seen this implemented with PayPal. I believe you can send people to a web page of your choice after a transaction is completed and that web page gets information about the transaction sent to it. You'd have to write some sort of code to take that info and email a registration code to the purchaser. I guess the plus side is that there is no extra fee other than Paypal's usual transaction fee.
On Jan 8, 2011, at 2:23 PM, Scott Rossi wrote:
> Hey List Members:
> Does anyone have a recommendation for an inexpensive service that provides
> automated processing of software orders -- once an order is completed and
> approved, a reg code is sent to the user's email address.
> I don't have high volume, but the "manual labor" process I've been using for
> years is getting tiresome and I figure by now there must be an affordable
> better way. Years ago when I was searching for options, I saw a few
> services that worked with fees based on percentage of software cost. This
> seemed odd to me because whether the software cost 1 dollar or 1000 dollars,
> there's no difference in the service provided: approve the transaction, send
> a reg code. I guess I could understand the fee if the service provider
> acted as the bank as well, but I assumed transactions were handled by a
> separate credit processing company (maybe not).
> Anyway, thanks in advance for any recommendations.
> Scott Rossi
> Creative Director
> Tactile Media, UX Design
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