Hi Katie,

The PINES Libraries are using STRIPE and are very pleased with it.  The
cost is $.35 per transaction plus 3 percent I believe ( I would have to
look to be sure about the percentage).  We are looking to begin a point of
sale but have not as of yet.  We do have libraries that have a kiosk set
up  and have patrons go log into their account on the kiosk and pay with
the credit or debit card in the library.

I would be happy to answer any other questions if you have them.


Dawn Dale, PINES Services Specialist - Circulation

Georgia Public Library Service | University System of Georgia

1800 Century Place, Suite 580, Atlanta, GA 30345-4304

tel: 404.235.7136 | dd...@georgialibraries.org


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On Mon, Jan 7, 2019 at 3:20 PM Katie Greenleaf Martin <
b...@blaircountylibraries.org> wrote:

> Hello! I have a library that wants to start taking fine payments via the
> OPAC. Currently, all the libraries I have chatted with are using PayFlow
> Pro+Paypal for this.
> So, I am wondering if anyone else is using another provider (Paypal only,
> Stripe, Authorize.net) -- and if so:
> 1. Are you happy with your setup?
> 2. What costs do you pay per transaction and per month?
> 3. Do you also use this method of taking payments for in-library credit
> card transactions and/or donations via your website?
> thanks!
> Katie
> --
> Katie Greenleaf Martin, MLIS
> b...@blaircountylibraries.org
> 814.946.0417x132
> County Coordinator
> Blair County Library System

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