Actinic Online launches merchant payments service

Actinic, the cloud-based ecommerce supplier for start-ups and SMEs, has added its own card processing system, Actinic Payments, to the range of payment providers available to Actinic Online merchants.

Powered by CreditCall, a robust and reliable infrastructure, Actinic Payments offers Actinic Online merchants an affordable, secure payment processing option that accepts all major credit cards including Visa, Mastercard, American Express, Maestro and Delta.

Benefits include:

Protect yourself and your clients – Actinic Payments is 100 per cent PCI-DSS compliant (to level 1), offers a sophisticated fraud screening service as well as 3D Secure (Verified by Visa and MasterCard SecureCode), AVS for verifying a customer billing address and CVV2 (the 3 digit card verification number).

Cost effective payment processing – Its highly competitive price bands are designed to benefit different business sizes with varying order volumes. There are no set-up or monthly fees and pricing is per transaction so you only pay for what you use.

Save time with order processing – With Actinic Payments, you can void orders, refund clients when necessary right from the Actinic Online back office, and your stock is automatically synchronised.

According to Actinic’s marketing manager, Simon Armstrong, “Another major benefit of signing up to Actinic Payments is that merchants only have a single contact to resolve any technical or operational issues. And obviously, the very keen pricing model from 16 pence per sale, with no monthly fees, is attractive to retailers who want to preserve their margins in today’s competitive online market.”

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Comments

2 Responses to “Actinic Online launches merchant payments service”
  1. shoib says:

    i would love to have more info!!!
    i am process of changing my provider!!! phone no.please

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