Is an online payments processor sign up really tied to just the website you sign up with?

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When you try to sign up to online payment processors like CCBill, Stripe, Epoch, Verotel and Paysa they want to know the URL for the website on which you want to accept payments. But what if you have several websites and webshops you want to use your account with?
Is such a sign up really tied to just the website you sign up with? Or can you sign up w/ let's say a more general ecom store or website but then use your account also for other (ecom or adult) websites you have?
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  • Profile picture of the author Frank Donovan
    Generally, once you sign up with a payment processor, you simply add on any extra sites as and when you require. No need to open a new account each time.
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  • Profile picture of the author Benjamin Ehinger
    Originally Posted by Expresso77 View Post

    When you try to sign up to online payment processors like CCBill, Stripe, Epoch, Verotel and Paysa they want to know the URL for the website on which you want to accept payments. But what if you have several websites and webshops you want to use your account with?
    Is such a sign up really tied to just the website you sign up with? Or can you sign up w/ let's say a more general ecom store or website but then use your account also for other (ecom or adult) websites you have?
    After signing up, you'll either enter the other websites or it won't ask you for them and you can just use the payment processor however you want.

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  • Profile picture of the author dave_hermansen
    Part of what your discount fee charges will be (with some processing companies) and whether or not they will even accept you for processing depends on the website. There are plenty of product niches where processing companies will not touch a website. Some companies will let you set up multiple websites under one processing account, but you still need to have every single website approved for processing.
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  • Profile picture of the author Alanguese
    It depends on the processor you use )
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  • Profile picture of the author PurePay
    If you have submitted one website then yes you are tied to this one, you can always add more links to your application.

    Even thought high risk in someways works differently, if you want to know more you can pm me
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  • Profile picture of the author plamen
    hello, you can add multiple sites with one payment processor
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  • Profile picture of the author vschamp1
    Many urls can be added once you sign up
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