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Credit cards have become the most convenient mode of payment all over the world. Especially for businesses which are done online, credit card is the main mode of payment. Internet has opened up a vast field for doing business and many entrepreneurs have benefitted from it. But one of the dangers in having an online business is the inability to check a credit card physically. Another problem is that environment on the web is volatile and not always predictable, and this causes a problem when a credit card transaction is taking place. Due to these problems faced by the merchants online, the merchant account providers consider such transactions, high risk credit card processing.

As a result of these risks many online merchants face difficulties in opening a merchant account as most providers refuse their services for such transactions. Many online businesses have numerous sales transactions in a day and hence the merchant account is open to a high volume of risk, and the providers do not want to shoulder the responsibility of high risk credit card processing.

But luckily for such merchants there is a solution, as there are many international merchant account providers who are operating, and are willing to take up, high risk credit card processing. These offshore companies are well-known for their expertise in handling high risk credit card processing and are willing to provide their services to merchants who meet certain basic eligibility requirements. The merchant has to apply for the required merchant account with credit card facilities and the provider will process the application and see whether the merchant meets all the criteria based on their rules and regulations. Once the application is accepted the merchant is provided with an account through which he can accept credit card payments.

If for some reason the application of the merchant is rejected, he still has a chance to do online business. Most of these offshore merchant account providers will provide a high risk credit card processing gateway through a third-party processor. In such cases the merchant will be using the payment gateway services of the account provider itself, as a third-party system. All the sales of the merchant will then get processed through this third-party processing system for an additional charge.

There are many offshore merchant account providers available and one should choose carefully among them. You should base your choice on your requirements and the provider should be suitable to your business, and provide high risk credit card processing.

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Brian Dworkin said:

Why would you go to an off shore processor when you can stay in this country and work directly with someone. BPS Worldwide is one of them. Questions. Email me at BrianD@BPSWorldwide.com for all the info.

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