alanbuxton at gmail.com
Wed Mar 21 08:18:41 PDT 2012
FWIW I had some fun with Sagepay in my last company (Java house). Good
enough if you didn't need split-second transactions guaranteed (i.e. you
aren't a betting house).
Anyway - I just wanted to chime in briefly because the PCI compliance thing
wasn't all that much of a beast in the end with a bit of imagination. So
long as you aren't storing cardholder information (there is a specific
definition) you only need to fill out SAQ-C (which is fairly straightforward
if you've got a competent sysadmin). We didn't have any need to store
credit card numbers as we were able to repeat bill people based on the codes
we got back from Sagepay.
From: chat-bounces at lists.lrug.org [mailto:chat-bounces at lists.lrug.org] On
Behalf Of Graham Ashton
Sent: 21 March 2012 14:53
To: London Ruby Users Group
Subject: Re: [LRUG] Sagepay
On 21 Mar 2012, at 14:28, Adrian Sevitz wrote:
> We charge in Dollars but could charge in Pounds or Euros if we chose to.
> (We're UK based)
What approach do you take to handling UK/EU VAT with Spreedly?
There's a long running GetSatisfaction thread on the subject.
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