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Re: [webdesign-396] Looking to hire someone for a small project ....

From: user 9.
Sent on: Tuesday, May 20, 2008 1:31 PM
If I knew how to do it - I would never have 
come here looking for help.  No time for jokes
or games.  I went to people whom I thought were
experts and professionals in the field.

If the expert or professional excepted the job 
and suggested a different route - I would be
all ears. They would also be compensated.
I am not looking for freebies here, just 
honest to goodness professional/expert assistance.
NOT JOKES OR A CONSTANT REMINDER OF HOW INEXPERIENCED
I AM!!!!

Peace 2 U,

Shawn
--- Nate Klaiber <[address removed]> wrote:

> Shawn,
> Everyone is trying to look out for your best
> interest here - humor  
> aside.
> 
>  From your first email it is very obvious you don't
> understand what  
> needs to happen when you are dealing with sensitive
> data. You simply  
> can't just get credit cards, store them in a
> database, and send them  
> around via a plain text email. If your customers
> found out this were  
> happening, I would bet you wouldn't have many
> customers after that  
> point.
> 
> The other sign that has me worried is:
> 
> " I would like just receive a simple
> code that I can copy and paste to an html page
> in frontpage on to my site."
> 
> So, the chances are - none of us who know how to
> professionally handle  
> CC information would even touch this as a project
> with the way you  
> want to go about it. It is too insecure and there
> are too many  
> liabilities associated with doing something in the
> manner you described.
> 
> You need to research items related to encryption,
> merchant accounts  
> and gateways (and auth codes - not storing entire CC
> information),  
> SSL, etc.
> 
> This just isn't an easy task - I think that's why
> others are making  
> light of your request.
> 
> Peace,
> Nate
> 
> On May 20, 2008, at May 20, 2008|1:09 PM, Shawn Troy
> wrote:
> 
> > I appreciate it David.  I just don't have
> > time for jokes or being made into a joke.
> > I run a legitimate business and do not like
> > outside sources having control over my customer
> > information.  If in the future I leave that
> > merchant account and move to another.  I'd like
> > to take my customers (customers - it has
> > taken me years to get) with me and not have
> > to start all over.
> >
> > Thanks for your information David, but I am
> > sure there is a way to do it and still be
> > in compliance.  The site earlytorise - manually
> > enters all of their credit card information.
> >
> > Its being done, just not sure how .... yet.
> >
> > Shawn
> > --- David Coulson <[address removed]> wrote:
> >
> >> I was being perfectly serious when I told you
> about
> >> PCI compliance. If
> >> you're credit card processing environment is not
> >> compliant, then you
> >> become liable for any misuse of that data, or
> >> potentially get ditched by
> >> your merchant.
> >>
> >> It's more complicated than capturing the data and
> >> sending an e-mail.
> >>
> >> Shawn Troy wrote:
> >>> Just forget it.  I'll just go to scriptlance or
> >>> guru.com.  I thought I could get some help
> >>> locally, but I guess not.
> >>>
> >>
> >>
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