[thelist] Help! On-Line Payment Processing

Norman Bunn norman.bunn at craftedsolutions.com
Fri Feb 2 09:58:37 CST 2001

You might want to contact the Newberry Opera House
(www.newberryoperahouse.com).  They finished their restoration of a late
19th century opera house a few years ago and are taking on-line ticket sales
for name artists.  They can clue you in on how they are doing it.


----- Original Message -----
From: Abbey <Abbey at abbeyink.com>
To: <thelist at lists.evolt.org>
Sent: Friday, February 02, 2001 8:18 AM
Subject: Re: [thelist] Help! On-Line Payment Processing

> At 09:36 PM 2/1/01 -0500, you wrote:
> >Forgive me, this has been around once or twice in the past, but I need
> >fresh info.
> >
> >I am building a site for an historic (originally opened in 1905 with an
> >interesting history, www.academyofmusictheatre.org is the current site
> >if you are interested) theater restoration/new operation site.  During
> >the next two years of restoration, there is a need to accept donation
> >pledges/payments.  Then as the restoration is completed and operations
> >begin, on-line ticket sales will be added.  My request is two fold:
> Ron,
> For non-profits/small businesses, I have had good luck with PayPal
> (http://www.paypal.com/), very minimal transaction fee and they are set up
> for donations as well as actual sales. The codes are almost too easy since
> it's a one-shot deal and the purchaser gets charged by PayPal.
> If they have their own merchant account and are cleared to use it on the
> internet, then you might want to look at Mals Mall. For a free gateway,
> they do offer quite a bit of customization:http://www.mals-e.com/. The
> forum is fairly decent too. It's not ideal, but the price is right.
> ~/ a b b e y  /~
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