I.T. Security and Linux Administration:

September, 2012

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September 30, 2012  8:56 PM

[Python] Processing Credit Cards Part 5 (Viewing Transactions)

Eric Hansen Eric Hansen Profile: Eric Hansen

After being able to complete transactions, the customer service aspect of this begins.  Now you have to be able to view transactions and all the details that come along with it.

September 30, 2012  2:43 PM

[Python] Processing Credit Cards Part 4 (Charging the Card)

Eric Hansen Eric Hansen Profile: Eric Hansen

Now that we can add users to our marketplace and store their credit cards for use to purchase things, lets make the magic happen!  This will be a shorter tutorial than most but still beneficial (what's the point of processing credit cards if we don't want money, right?).


September 30, 2012  1:03 PM

[Python] Processing Credit Cards Part 3 (Filtering Data)

Eric Hansen Eric Hansen Profile: Eric Hansen

To continue with my series of processing cards, we covered how to add clients and credit cards last time.  This time, we're going to cover searching Balanced for various...


September 24, 2012  2:34 PM

[Python] Processing Credit Cards Part 2 (Add A Client)

Eric Hansen Eric Hansen Profile: Eric Hansen

In my previous article I wrote an introduction about Balanced Payments (BP) and why I chose them to handle credit card processing.  This time, I'm going to go over how to add a client (or buyer) to your marketplace.


September 24, 2012  1:14 PM

[Python] Processing Credit Cards Part 1 (Intro)

Eric Hansen Eric Hansen Profile: Eric Hansen

There's a few solutions out there for handling credit card payments without dealing with the burden of PCI compliance.  When you think about it, there's Square, PayPal, Google Checkout, etc...  While these solutions are fine, typically they either don't offer an API so you can integrate with them...


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