23229Re: [HTML-on-the-WEB] Inexpensive E-Store
- Jul 25, 2013It might.
If I understand the features page right I take it for free accounts the
service for Mal's is free and all credit card transactions are handle
through PayPal Website Standard or PayPal Express checkout, Nochex,
Skrill, Amazon and Paymate. Does this sound right? So the only fees
accessed to the non profit would be the fees for the others sites to
handle the transactions?
Not having used any of these myself are sites like PayPal for instance a
per sale charge rather then a monthly charge??
On 7/25/2013 1:15 PM, Michael Roush wrote:
> Haven't used it in forever... but would Mal's eCommerce fit the bill?
> Michael Roush
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> Subject: [HTML-on-the-WEB] Inexpensive E-Store
> Hi Everyone
> I am doing a redesign for a non profit 501(c) and they are currently
> using VOLUSION for their current E-Store but being a non profit they are
> trying to cut costs as much as possible to put the money they do intake
> to where it really belongs.
> So my question is does anyone know of a good and cheap E-Store set up
> that would keep the costs of selling items to a bare minimums? Maybe one
> that is suited or has packaged suited towards non profits?
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