Authorize.Net allowing gun sales online?

The answer is yes, Authorize.Net allows FFLs – if set up correctly Over the last few years, there has been a lot of back and forth as to whether or not Authorize.Net allows legal, FFL to FFL, firearms sales and if so, what particular method or set of steps an online gun dealer must follow. The dust has now long settled and we find that the answer is a clear yes. However, it’s important to keep in mind that if you are selling guns or ammunition using Authorize.Net, you must pair the AuthNet payment gateway with an FFL friendly merchant account as well. If you are new to the business… Read More

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How to sell high-risk products with Wix & Authorize.Net

How to sell high-risk products with Wix & Authorize.Net Website owners in the e-juice, premium cigar, FFL, or other high-risk industries, often spend more time than other merchant types selecting a platform when building their e-commerce store. This is usually due to the credit card processing limitations of many online, hosted site builders. In the last year we have had a number of happy folks mention they are using Wix site builders to promote and design their sites, so we decided to pass on some info that could help a high-risk merchant thinking of choosing Wix. Why are high-risk merchants choosing Wix? Wix is an increasingly popular website platform that’s… Read More

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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… Read More

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