1ClickCharge

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1ClickCharge

An earlier Web payments service from 1ClickBrands, LLC., New York that specialized in premium digital content and micropayments. Similar to the E-ZPass system for highway tolls, 1ClickCharge required prepaid deposits charged on a credit card. It also provided complete back-end credit card processing for the merchant without requiring integration to the merchant's Web servers. See Web payments service.
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The web payment service offers the same convenient experience as its mobile in-app payment counterpart, which currently allows consumers to use prepaid cash to pay on Android and iOS applications.
1ClickCharge's Web Payment service makes credit cards perform like cash on the Internet by giving consumers the ability to easily purchase web content on a pay-per-use basis in small dollar amounts.
1ClickCharge's web payment service, scheduled to launch in the first quarter of 2000, makes credit cards perform like cash on the Internet.
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