Australian Merchant Facility that Accepts US Currency

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Anyone know of one which does that and deposits in AUD?

After hours of research and contacting companies, at the moment it seems eWay as the gateway and NAB as the merchant facility is my only possible option.
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  • Profile picture of the author ChrisFord
    eWay is the only one we've found.
  • Profile picture of the author samstephens
    I was about to mention those two systems as well, Joshua.

    Having said that, I got my information from reading eWay's website, so it might be worth ringing a couple of banks, or checking out their websites, and see if anyone else other than NAB is doing it.

    • Profile picture of the author Joshua Uebergang
      Okay, thanks Chris and Sam. It seems people on old posts in other forums verify the same thing.

      Given the fees for eWay and NAB, it seems the two would only be worth it if you're processing six figures a year. eWay and NAB setup costs equals $1500 plus transaction fees and monthly fees.

      Of course, there's good ol' PayPal.

      What do you think?
  • Profile picture of the author samstephens
    It IS a bit of cash to set up (though I didn't realise it was THAT expensive!)

    I wonder if NAB have their own Gateway? I know Westpac and I *think* Commonwealth Bank do, so NAB may also.


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