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Safe Transmit Pro - Money in the Bank

Entertainz Web Hosting are pleased to announce Safe Transmit Pro.

Safe Transmit Pro (STP) is an easy to implement system for companies that wish to take payment for products and services via their web site. With STP credit cards can be verified instantly online and funds transferred prior to accepting an order, using any regular bank merchant account. Safe Transmit Pro is quite simply "money in the bank"!

STP provides a simple means for interfacing an existing or upcoming B2B or B2C web site securely to a merchant account. The engine will accept Visa, MasterCard, BankCard, Diners and American Express cards and the charges will show up just as if the transaction had been put through manually. In fact, they're automatically processed - much more swiftly and safely than by traditional systems!

This allows seamless online transaction processing, eliminating timewasting re-keying of information and making the ordering process much more secure by removing several "human" steps from the process. This keeps both business and their customers happy and profitable.

The only charges involved with STP are a small set-up fee ($150) and then a very affordable monthly processing charge ($250) that includes 5000 transactions. A very small overhead for such a huge saving in time and for the additional security offered to both businesses and their customers.

Businesses using STP will find themselves offering a superior credit card processing system that results in more complete orders and instils a sense of trust in their online presence by customers, invaluable for generating new customers and for repeat orders.

Anyone interested in implementing STP should have their web guru check out or more general enquiries can be made through Entertainz Web Hosting at

About Entertainz Web Hosting Ltd

Entertainz ( is a New Zealand based IT Company that has been providing quality web hosting since 1995. Since then they have built a reputation for providing the latest proven software technology and the most advanced purpose-built hardware to enable their clients to maximise their Internet presence. Entertainz's client base include a raft of notable Australasian web designers and companies such as Canterbury of NZ, DiverseyLever, and Portmans Australia who use Entertainz for their solid technical expertise and advanced services.

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