My name is Giada, I am with the Support Team at Shopify!
The payment providers that are available will depend on what country you are located in. Here are some good ones to check out:
- I've heard good things about the company eMerchant for approving businesses that many payment providers deem high risk. I would check these guys out first!
Because these are third party payment providers that have their own rules and regulations, I am not 100% sure if they will approve your business, but they are worth looking into, not just for approving your products, but also to compare fees and their payout schedule.
Have a great day!
Can you clarify what you mean by bringing your own credit card processor and integrating it with Shopify to accept payments? Are you referring to a Point of Sale system, or using a different payment provider that is not listed [here](https://www.shopify.ca/payment-gateways/united-states?utm_medium=Forum&utm_campaign=Guru+Ask&utm_sou...) to integrate with Shopify? First Data Payeezy is a direct payment provider that is also a higher risk payment provider if you are interested in checking them out.
Still here if you need anything!
I had Authorize + Global Pay and global pay shut down my store. I was totally fine for almost 10 years with very low almost nothing Charge Back on my online store. So now I have Amazon Payments and Paypal.
It is working very well but the only issue is that when I create the shopping cart draft order and send to my customers they can't pay it and the message to have a direct cc processor on my Shopify store come up.
What are the options now?
I work with top-ranked High Risk Merchant Account provider - PayKings. We help multiple high risk industries and have the banking relationships in place to get you processing quickly. Feel free to reach out if you are looking for payment processing solutions: email@example.com
And yes, we integrate with Shopify.