Christmas ($47 offer - update sales page)
Wholesale & eBay Forum Supplier Reviews, Complaints and Scams Billmelater.com - Has anyone tried this company?

 

Billmelater.com - Has anyone tried this company?


alexyes
Full Member
  • Posts: 69
  • Joined: 03 Jul 11
  • Karma:
24 Oct 11 05:28:40 am
does anyone has experienced with www.billmelater.com


fm1234
Full Member
  • Posts: 839
  • Joined: 14 Dec 05
  • Karma:
24 Oct 11 09:47:06 pm
They're a well-established small finance company. PayPal recently bought them and they've integrated with eBay sellers (not sure what the qualifications are to get approved though; all my stuff is such low-ticket it's hard to imagine anybody looking for financing on it.)

As far as reputation and service level goes, as far as I'm aware they're top notch, or to put that in perspective as top notch as whatever your opinion of eBay and PayPal is. ;)


Frank


"Failure is not when you fall down. Failure is when you don't get back up."

--J.J. Luna

alexyes
Full Member
  • Posts: 69
  • Joined: 03 Jul 11
  • Karma:
28 Oct 11 10:03:21 am
any idea for Link hidden: Login to view as well ?

i am not able to find their email at www.billmelater.com ?


fudjj
Site Admin
  • Posts: 6365
  • Joined: 27 Jul 07
  • Karma:
30 Oct 11 07:05:06 pm
I don't have any personal experience with emerchant, but in regards to billmelater. Looks like you need to establish an account before you can email them as it is a secure login to do so.

You can call them on 1-866-528-3733


Mark (fudjj)

Community Manager
SaleHoo.com

Link hidden: Login to view

richelle_salehoo1
Site Admin
  • Posts: 5231
  • Joined: 20 Oct 08
  • Karma:
31 Oct 11 07:12:35 am
any idea for Link hidden: Login to view as well ?


Hi Alexyes,

Sorry but I was not able to find any Link hidden: Login to view other than those found on their site.

They are relatively new though, a little over a year old.

All the best!


Richelle

Customer Support Manager
SaleHoo Group Limited
Sell more with your own professionally designed and search optimized e-commerce website. Check out Link hidden: Login to view now!

alexyes
Full Member
  • Posts: 69
  • Joined: 03 Jul 11
  • Karma:
31 Oct 11 08:29:02 am
how do u get an ideas for over a year ?


richelle_salehoo1
Site Admin
  • Posts: 5231
  • Joined: 20 Oct 08
  • Karma:
1 Nov 11 02:29:46 am
Hi Alexyes,

You can check how old a site is by running a whois search - Link hidden: Login to view

Hope this helps!


Richelle

Customer Support Manager
SaleHoo Group Limited
Sell more with your own professionally designed and search optimized e-commerce website. Check out Link hidden: Login to view now!

alexyes
Full Member
  • Posts: 69
  • Joined: 03 Jul 11
  • Karma:
1 Nov 11 04:05:30 am
Registered through: GoDaddy.com, Inc. (Link hidden: Login to view)
Domain Name: EMERCHANT.COM
Created on: 22-May-98
Expires on: 21-May-18
Last Updated on: 11-Oct-10


it was created on 98 ?


richelle_salehoo1
Site Admin
  • Posts: 5231
  • Joined: 20 Oct 08
  • Karma:
2 Nov 11 12:19:05 am
Thanks for pointing that out Alexyes. I apologize for giving your the wrong information in my previous post.

You're right the site was created last 1998 which means that they have been online for over 13 years which makes them seem every more credible and worth checking out, if you are seeking a company to provide you with merchant services.

Again my apologies. All the best!


Richelle

Customer Support Manager
SaleHoo Group Limited
Sell more with your own professionally designed and search optimized e-commerce website. Check out Link hidden: Login to view now!

alexyes
Full Member
  • Posts: 69
  • Joined: 03 Jul 11
  • Karma:
2 Nov 11 07:54:07 am
np . thanks for helping

do u know how to find the best merchant in the market >?


richelle_salehoo1
Site Admin
  • Posts: 5231
  • Joined: 20 Oct 08
  • Karma:
3 Nov 11 12:38:21 am
Hi Alexyes,

For me best is subjective, since what may work for me may not work for you :)

You can actually search fro reviews online such as these to help you determine which one will work best with you and your business -

Link hidden: Login to view
Link hidden: Login to view

All the best!


Richelle

Customer Support Manager
SaleHoo Group Limited
Sell more with your own professionally designed and search optimized e-commerce website. Check out Link hidden: Login to view now!

fm1234
Full Member
  • Posts: 839
  • Joined: 14 Dec 05
  • Karma:
7 Nov 11 04:34:48 pm
Just a nit, but you can't always go by domain age as a guide for how long a company has been in business. eMerchant's about page says they've been in business since 2002; old copies of the site from Archive.org show that it used to be a different kind of operation -- so at some point eMerchant acquired the domain name and started using it. 2002 is a long time in internet years -- just pointing out that simply running a whois will not always serve you well in trying to perform due diligence. I own many dormant domains that have been continually registered for eight, nine, ten year or more -- any site put on them might -appear- to a casual searcher to have been online since then.


Frank


"Failure is not when you fall down. Failure is when you don't get back up."

--J.J. Luna

alexyes
Full Member
  • Posts: 69
  • Joined: 03 Jul 11
  • Karma:
12 Nov 11 05:22:11 am
Just a nit, but you can't always go by domain age as a guide for how long a company has been in business. eMerchant's about page says they've been in business since 2002; old copies of the site from Archive.org show that it used to be a different kind of operation -- so at some point eMerchant acquired the domain name and started using it. 2002 is a long time in internet years -- just pointing out that simply running a whois will not always serve you well in trying to perform due diligence. I own many dormant domains that have been continually registered for eight, nine, ten year or more -- any site put on them might -appear- to a casual searcher to have been online since then.


Frank


can u pls advise on how can we know the actual years in busienss ?


fm1234
Full Member
  • Posts: 839
  • Joined: 14 Dec 05
  • Karma:
13 Nov 11 02:11:08 am
Sometimes you can't do much more than trust them, but some places to check include the WHOIS of course, the web archive at Archive.org, the BBB if they're in the US. Sometimes you can get results looking in business directories online, or Googling for news stories related to the company etc. but that is a hit-and-miss effort.


Frank


"Failure is not when you fall down. Failure is when you don't get back up."

--J.J. Luna

alexyes
Full Member
  • Posts: 69
  • Joined: 03 Jul 11
  • Karma:
13 Nov 11 07:32:32 am
there are many online company are not registered at BBB , is this legit ? and how they run business online?


fm1234
Full Member
  • Posts: 839
  • Joined: 14 Dec 05
  • Karma:
13 Nov 11 02:42:30 pm
Sure, there are tons of companies either not registered with the BBB, or who don't pay much attention to their record. I mention it simply as a potential source of some feedback. RipOffReport.com can provide information too, but of course it's plagued by false or out of date reports. What I mean is, use various sources, from the WHOIS record to other sites mentioned, to try to create a thumbnail of a company with whom you're considering doing business.


Frank


"Failure is not when you fall down. Failure is when you don't get back up."

--J.J. Luna

alexyes
Full Member
  • Posts: 69
  • Joined: 03 Jul 11
  • Karma:
15 Nov 11 03:37:52 am
do u have a complete sources to check them ?


fm1234
Full Member
  • Posts: 839
  • Joined: 14 Dec 05
  • Karma:
15 Nov 11 04:26:59 pm
Not really ... just trial-and-error over the years has led me to use some sources for basic info, and to pay close attention to what people are saying about the company at forums.


"Failure is not when you fall down. Failure is when you don't get back up."

--J.J. Luna

 

SaleHoo helps over 137,216 online business owners
find reliable low cost suppliers

Find out how