Some are sourced from DJ Pools others from various countries some official some are to the best of my knowledge unofficial.Ive been recommended “Payment Clound” (from Stripe) is there any you’d suggest I consider first before I implement a new system that end up rejecting me as another “high risk account”?There are so many variables, not to mention added fees that won’t be part of the simple rate quote, that any number I give you is just as likely to misguide you as it is to help you.Going with one of our preferred providers will help to ensure that you get a fair quote.I’m unsure on which merchant account I can get the best service and I’d like the quickest application process as well! Their application process is relatively fast, but I wouldn’t say the “quickest.” In this case, I would say that it’s worth it to go with Durango even if the application process takes, say a day or two, longer.Hi Amad I offer rare Collector/promo items mostly music related DVDs (Music Video collections) No down loads and no CDs just DVDs.
I called a lot of processors, and they were the best rates I could find.Here’s a list of some “high risk” business types that might require a high risk merchant account.It is by no means representative of ALL industries, but it definitely covers a large number of them.And, since you are in fact stuck between that rock and that hard place, your judgement might be a bit cloudy. Make sure you check for termination fees and other incidentals as well. What you need to do is find a provider that is willing to work with your business type, that is willing to give you fair rates and that doesn’t forget about you as soon as you sign up.So far, Durango has been pretty damn good in that department, so you might want to check them out.