Start Using eCheck for Real Estate Payments - Fast, Easy and Safe

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For Sale By Owner website started accepting ACH Payments and eChecks on their website.

Authorize.Net provides an exclusive, fully integrated electronic check payment method, eCheck.Net. Using eCheck.Net, For Sale By Owner website can accept and process payments from consumer through the Authorize.Net Virtual Terminal. By accepting electronic checks, Fizber expands the payment options available to new and existing customers, enhancing customer loyalty and potentially increasing sales.

"We use eCheck.Net, an ACH payment solution from Authorize.Net, to allow the customers to pay us directly from their checking accounts," says Julia Foster, VP of Marketing. With eCheck.Net, Fizber customers pay for products or services with an electronic check by selecting the electronic check option and entering the requested bank account information.

eCheck.Net encrypts the data using Secure Socket Layer (SSL) 3.0 encryption technology, and transmits it to the secure Authorize.Net transaction server for posting. At settlement time, the Authorize.Net system initiates a debit to the consumer's checking account via the Automated Clearing House (ACH) and then transfers collected funds to the merchant's account.

eCheck.Net is a popular option because it replaces the need for paper checks - the most widely used non-cash payment choice today. Merchants that offer eCheck.Net benefit from an option that is as secure and convenient as a paper check.

The Authorize.Net Payment Gateway can help merchants accept credit card and electronic check payments quickly and affordably. More than 207,000 merchants trust Authorize.Net to manage their transactions, help prevent fraud, and grow their business.

About is the largest homes for sale by owner website dedicated to providing efficient, cutting-edge tools and services to homeowners who prefer to advertise without the assistance of a real estate agent. The for-sale-by-owner website,, assists in making the right choice.

When you put your house on the website you'll be exposing it to millions of buyers both locally and across the U.S. With price declines hurting home sellers and real estate commissions taking another 6% of a home's value, homeowners should consider to sell their homes and save a substantial amount of money on commissions. The website provides Flat Fee MLS services.


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