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Those verification methods are common and could be viable, but the underlying app may have conceptual problems. There's a lot to unpack here, so bear with me. For starters, it sounds like users would be paying for the ability to let people they don't know send them messages they don't want. You'd basically be inheriting all of the problems of Twitter ...


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DO NOT ask for the card holders name if it is not required by the payment gateway to make the transaction. If you ask for a name and someone types in a false name the transaction will still execute. People will then get the impression that your website is insecure as you are processing payments with false names. Only ask for a name if it is actually ...


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