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I am soon to downgrade to a basic account and will be removing my credit card from billing information tab on the Second Life website. However, I am concerned about what happens to my marketplace shop if I do this. Originally, I had to have a credit card on file to set up the marketplace shop but does that mean a credit card must be on file in the billing information in order to keep the shop?
Hi, I have heard that landlords are offering paypal options for renters. I would like to provide similar and in addition to, other options for payment (LSL script to provide HTTPS page to take payment and do a llHTTPRequest POST to a payment provider API). This is in my view the easiest option in terms of managing both the experience and tracking who is paying. Aside from people adverse from paying in this fashion, is it actually SAFE to do it this way, given that both the hosting page on the prim would be HTTPS, and the payment provider (e.g. sagepay.com) would also be HTTPS? Many thanks in advance for anyones insight! Quote Edit
Hi, I am looking at providing a product that people can "rent" from me - all the normal stuff so far. However, I am wondering if it is allowed to accept other forms of payment, e.g. paypal/credit card, instead of just renting in $L. If it is possible, the next question would be: How safe it to be to transmit the card details from inside Second Life to a payment provider. Or should I build an actual website for this? It would be a lot easier to have a script that the renter choose to pay using, that can then direct them to a HTML on prim, that is actually hosted by the script itself (LSL server), and then posts the credit card details to the payment provider. If this allowed, and is secure then great :-) Otherwise, I might have to build a website to do that payment work, and then somehow link up an arbitrary visitor payment to that renter... Or, it might not be allowed at all (or against the terms of service, I never even thought to check actually!). Many thanks i advance for anyones insight!