They are all going to the same place, so what is wrong?

To address your question, credit cards are not easy. As soon as you set
up a site to accept them you must conform to a number of security and
interface requirements. If you have never done it before, either hire
someone that knows what they are doing, or hire someone to train you how
to do it. The other option is to find a hosting site that provides both
secure servers and credit card authorization services and put your web
site on their servers.

It took us nearly two years to get certification that our servers and
software comply with all of the relevant PCI standards. We have two
projects that are still being evaluated and don't expect final approval
on them until August. There are four people here that are tasked with
monitoring and managing that process.

Bob McConnell

-----Original Message-----
From: Gary [] 
Sent: Wednesday, May 20, 2009 8:44 AM
Subject: [PHP] Shopping Cart

Sorry, the first three post was put in the wrong place...

Not sure this is a direct PHP question, however I know I will get some
answers here.  I have a customer that I am bidding a small project for.
They want to be able to accept credit card payments for enrollment into
class. Their customer will fill out a form and pay via CC on the site.
this something that I should just look to the host for whatever shopping
cart they have or is there an easy to administer software package that I
should look into. Or since it is a one item cart, is this something that
could code?

Thanks for your help.


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