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The most effective debt collecting email I ever wrote | For A Beautiful Web

This exercise taught me that even the trickiest situations can be handled better and resolved faster by plain, honest speaking.
BOKU Home – Pay by Mobile – Easy, Safe Mobile Payments for merchants and publishers
Pay by entering your phone number instead of credit card number
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Invoice Like A Pro: Examples and Best Practices - Smashing Magazine
A simple subscription billing service made just for developers | Recurly
Recurly handles all the complexities of subscription billing.
Recurly handles your subscription needs from end-to-end: recurring billing, upgrades and downgrades, cancellations and refunds, declined payments, sending receipts and past-due notices, and more. Recurly is a complete recurring billing system for your subscription needs.
How we reduced chargebacks by 30% (as a percentage of sales) - (37signals)
We’ve never had a lot of chargebacks (a chargeback is when a customer calls their credit card company to dispute a charge they don’t recognize), but last year we made a simple change that reduced our chargebacks by 30% as a percentage of sales. I can’t be certain the reduction is entirely due to this technique, but we didn’t change anything else related to how we deal with chargebacks.
008 I was thinking about how we could do a better job explaining a charge, but we were only allowed a limited number of characters on the customer’s billing statement. According to the merchant/card rules: Your company name/DBA section must be either 3, 7 or 12 characters and the product descriptor 4, 8 or 13 characters. That means we could do something like: 37signa*Basecamp IL or even…
If you don’t use a product descriptor (“Basecamp” or “Backpack”), you get 22 characters. So I decided to register, redirect it to, write up a page explaining why there’s a charge on your card, and put that URL on people’s charge slips instead of “37signals, LLC” or “Basecamp” or “Highrise” etc.
This is an interesting one for all of those who are accepting credit card payments online via their website. Chargebacks are the worst and EAT UP your profit. They came up with an interesting way to prevent 'em.
A great little bit of online business advice - having your line item charge on customers' credit card statements read as a URL they can use to identify what they're being charged for.
MyClientBase | Free and Open Source Web Based Invoice Management
web-based, free & open source invoice management application which is built with PHP (using the CodeIgniter framework) & MySQL. It enables anyone to create invoices, view payments, get reports & more..
Hacker News | Ask HN: how do you process payments?
comments by devs re paypal, google checkout,, etc.