High-risk payment gateways for Jigoshop

Sell just about anything that is legal on Jigoshop

Jigoshop is one of the strongest competitors in the WordPress e-commerce world for a very good reason, its fresh, robust, and fast design. Jigoshop’s e-commerce plug-in is compatible with high-risk payment gateways like NMI and, when set up properly with a high-risk merchant account, Authorize.Net. The platform powers over a half million e-commerce stores and, with a little payment gateway advice from experts like us, can be an excellent solution for legal, hard to place high-risk merchants like vape/e-juice merchants, FFL dealers, and premium cigar websites. The entire system has recently been redesigned for ease of use, all the way from managing your inventory to converting visitors into customers. Sales are streamlined through your site to give you more conversions quickly, increasing your revenue.

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Shopp plugin and high-risk payments

High-risk WordPress payment processing with Authorize.Net or NMI

If you own a WordPress site and are looking to accept payments for vaporizers, cigars, FFL to FFL sales, or another common high-risk product type, Shopp may be a great fit. This is because the Shopp WordPress plug-in comes “out of the box compatible” with Authorize.Net and NMI. Both of these gateways, when set up correctly and powered by an appropriate high-risk friendly merchant account on the back end, are among our favorite high-risk friendly payment gateways. Shopp makes one of our jobs, recommending high-risk merchant accounts to you that are Shopp compatible, easy.

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No reserve vape merchant accounts for WooCommerce

We are very pleased with our continuing ability to help vape or e-juice WooCommerce merchants with a vape compatible gateway like NMI or, when appropriate, Authorize.Net for their WooCommerce site (or a high-risk Shopify vape site), and with the ease of which we have been able to recommend “merchant friendly”  electronic cigarette e-commerce merchant accounts with no reserve. In the past, when setting up payment gateways and scouting merchant accounts for WooCommerce vape merchants it was common if not universal that the processors we introduced vape and e-juice e-commerce merchants to, insisted upon a “reserve”.

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Kratom merchant accounts: An update, and it’s good news

Quick note, and it seems like good news:

We are seeing kratom merchants getting accepted for reliable merchant accounts. In addition to that, these accounts are compatible with Shopify and WooCommerce. These accounts generally only work for merchants processing more than 20k a month in sales, but from what we are seeing approvals are happening, the rates are very reasonable and best yet they are widely compatible. These “new” kratom processors are able to integrate with common payment gateways so hooking up carts like Shopify and WooCommerce is not only possible but actually pretty straightforward.

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Vape payment gateways for Shopify  

Over the years we have helped hundreds of Shopify merchants set up a vape friendly payment gateway and have learned a lot about it. You may already be aware that the Shopify out of the box payment gateway has total restrictions on many “high-risk transactions” including vape pens, e-juice, and mods; this is where we can help you. Shopify has apps and platforms to help you sell just about anywhere but certain products are a touch harder to sell. You can absolutely sell vaporizers, e-juice, pens, and mods on Shopify with a little help and updated information under your belt. We will assist you by setting up a vape friendly Shopify compatible payment gateway and recommending a merchant account setup on the back end that actually appreciates your online vape business. We will work with you one on one until your Shopify store is up, running, and accepting payments.

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E-commerce tips and tricks: August 2017

Each month we scan the web for unique links that might be of interest not only to our high-risk clients but to anyone selling on the internet. Below is this month’s batch of curated tips and tricks!

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Green coffee beans: High-risk industry update

Green coffee bean based weight loss products are a specialty supplement and sales have been blowing up in recent years, especially since being mentioned on a certain “Dr O” show for having weight-loss benefits. We try to keep an eye on the market as it is one of the high-risk categories we assist in terms of payment gateways and merchant account recommendations. Many new merchants have taken to sell green coffee beans in their e-commerce web stores, but where does the future of the market lie?

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Current events: Bitcoin and the split

Recently there was a major change in the largest crypto-currency, Bitcoin. Due to disagreements over transaction speed vs. security the digital currency has split in two, with Bitcoin staying as it is, and Bitcoin Cash moving forward with a desire to increase transaction speed. Both are now live, which has begun to affect the value of both Bitcoin and its top competitor Etherium. The value of Etherium has seen its value increase with the uncertainty of its more popular rival.

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Automotive parts and e-commerce: What’s the future?

Research released on auto parts and e-commerce

If you sell automotive products online or are interested in doing so, you will definitely want to read this report from Orbis on the future of the business. The report includes the current status of the industry and predicts the progress over the next 5 years. It includes reports on the players in the industry and focuses on both the U.S. market and the Global market, giving you incredible insight into a lucrative industry. Projections show the industry is poised for serious growth over the next half decade, and that US based e-commerce players are positioned to enjoy a healthy share of that growth. Read the Reuters article to learn more or go directly to the Orbis Research report.

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How to find clear info on Authorize.Net and TLS 1.0 & 1.1

This post was originally published on June 19th, 2017 but was updated with new information.

E-commerce security encryption changes: PCI mandate to retire TLS 1.0 and 1.1

As a service to all our customers -past, present, and future, we like to make sure you are ready for some important changes in the industry. TLS 1.0, this is an issue that is likely to affect many e-commerce businesses if they don’t take care of it before it becomes an issue. So what’s the problem? Internet encryption. If you have been on the web and have done any work on your site you are probably familiar with SSL (Secure Socket Layer). If you are in the e-commerce industry, you should remember that basic SSL became in many ways obsolete after a fundamental flaw was discovered in its core programming. This flaw made the previously powerful internet security tool all but useless for e-commerce depending on the application as it was no longer a secure method of encryption. Basic SSL support was discontinued after June 30th of 2016, forcing every reputable card processor and payment gateway to adopt TLS 1.0 or 1.1.

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P.S. We're happy to help even if you just have a quick question - even if you are "not ready yet" and just want a little free advice. We regularly earn clients' business years after we first speak.

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