Daly City, CA, July 02, 2008 --(PR.com
)-- Display Gifts Inc. has signed contract with Authorize.net, the industry leader in online payment processing.
As a result of the deal, Display Gifts Inc. will use Authorize.net as its primary online payment processing gateway for its website www.displaygifts.com
. The amount of payment can be processed each time can range from 0 to US $10000. Now, buyers can use credit cards and pay directly when buying display cases from them. The service will accept Visa Cards, MasterCard, and American Express. Currently, the Discover Card will not be accepted.
“Now our customer has more protection only. As an industry leader, Authorize.net is well equipped against online fraud. By using authorize.net, customers can make payments online without worrying their information being stolen or compromised,” Said Steven Mo, President.
By signing the contract, Authorize.net allows Dispalygifts.com to display its seal on the website so consumers can verify that Displaygifts is a verified Merchant. This is double protection for consumers. Consumer can verify the merchant information with a simply click on the seal.
Authorize.net agrees to offer Display Gifts Inc. discount rate on the service fees charged with each transaction. Thus, the contract is a mutual win for either company.
Authorize.Net is a payment gateway service provider allowing merchants to accept credit card and electronic checks payments through their Web site and over an IP (Internet Protocol) connection. Authorize.Net claims a user base of over 207,000 merchants, which would make them the Internet's largest payment gateway service provider.
About Display Gifts Incorporated
Display Gifts Inc. is a small, family business based in South San Francisco, California. The company is established as Display Gifts Inc. in 2003. The company strives on providing the finest craftsmanship on all display case products and customer service is their highest priority. In manufacturing, each piece of natural hardwood is hand selected for the best raw material for all display cases. While their products involve an extensive amount of craftsmanship, their craftsmen have used only the finest woodworking techniques. Their business model is very simple: They make the display cases themselves and sell direct to buyers. By cutting out the middleman they are able to save a big portion of the cost and pass the saving to clients, the buyer. That is why they are able to offer prices much lowers than any competitors.