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May 04, 2017, 08:05:54 PM
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Hi,
I'm planning to sell Bitcoin in my website, but I need a company that allow credit card payments. The company must give a payment "button" or something similar. The ones I've contacted said something like this: "we do not support BitCoin in any way."...

any ideas?
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May 05, 2017, 04:17:55 AM
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I'm planning to sell Bitcoin in my website, but I need a company that allow credit card payments. The company must give a payment "button" or something similar. The ones I've contacted said something like this: "we do not support BitCoin in any way."...

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If this happens from your site, then it will be a legal time, unless of course your website has all the trust papers. You decided to create something like an exchanger?
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May 05, 2017, 04:50:59 PM
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Hi,
I'm planning to sell Bitcoin in my website, but I need a company that allow credit card payments. The company must give a payment "button" or something similar. The ones I've contacted said something like this: "we do not support BitCoin in any way."...

any ideas?
thanks

Have you checked 2checkout? I am not sure if they are accepting bitcoin or not.
You may also check this out > https://www.getapp.com/website-ecommerce-software/a/2checkout/alternatives/
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May 06, 2017, 05:35:48 PM
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Hi,
I'm planning to sell Bitcoin in my website, but I need a company that allow credit card payments. The company must give a payment "button" or something similar. The ones I've contacted said something like this: "we do not support BitCoin in any way."...

any ideas?
thanks




If this happens from your site, then it will be a legal time, unless of course your website has all the trust papers. You decided to create something like an exchanger?

No like an exchanger. Right now when we sell, clients pay us with a bank transfer. We want to give them the possibility of paying with their credit card...

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May 07, 2017, 02:53:21 AM
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Hi,
I'm planning to sell Bitcoin in my website, but I need a company that allow credit card payments. The company must give a payment "button" or something similar. The ones I've contacted said something like this: "we do not support BitCoin in any way."...

any ideas?
thanks





Buy or sell bitcoins with credit or debit card used to be really hard ... companies like Coinbase (United States, Canada, Europe United Kingdom &) and CoinMama (worldwide) has made the process smooth and faster.so you can sell it on Cionbase and Coinmama,

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May 07, 2017, 09:24:56 AM
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you can use bitpay service https://bitpay.com/
or you want open exchanger service, ussualy all exchanger service majority not supported use credit cards

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May 07, 2017, 02:14:15 PM
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Have you studied about the dangerous of accepting reversible payments and the dangers of accepting stolen cards ? I believe you must educate your self on these thing before planning to accept cards payment for selling bitcoins.

May I know why you are specifically targeting card payments whereas many established services also hesitating to add this payment option.














 

 

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May 07, 2017, 03:54:46 PM
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Hi,
I'm planning to sell Bitcoin in my website, but I need a company that allow credit card payments. The company must give a payment "button" or something similar. The ones I've contacted said something like this: "we do not support BitCoin in any way."...

any ideas?
thanks

As far as I know, selling bitcoin for credit card balance is never recommended. You may enter in unwanted haphazard. Even companies like Payza don't offer direct deposit of btc via credit card and vice-versa. The bitcoin payments are irreversible and if your customer turns bad debt, you can't claim money.

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