Naeem

heynaeem

I lead Growth @Zapier. Fulltime #traveler. Trust the Process.

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@photawe Couldn't put it better than Ross :-) Stripe is the most secure payment protocol out there, there is simply no way for us to have any access to the credit card info being stored there.
@DEX5 Thanks Emmett. Eventually we'll move this onto other platforms so that teens and kids can engage with Quibbles as well. :)
@ianmayman That's definitely part of it! Also the opportunity to see it in action in a group environment, and the fact that startup/techies are receptive to this kind of thing. A Quibble shouldn't be any more distracting than an office pet. :)
@DailyBreaddd Good question! We pull from a variety of different sources, primarily scraped from public sources around the web, but also taken from different opt-in databases. Our algorithm is what's unique here - it lets you discover these leads insanely quickly and cost-effectively.
@wealthyminds No phone numbers (for now) but we're working on that. Good idea on the 10 free leads - we just might do that :)
@heynaeem I would love to try it for free and If I liked, I would definitely pay for it!
@heynaeem I would love to try it for free and If I liked, I would definitely pay for it!
*Freemium is the best way to "brake the ice" for SaaS like yours :)
@RenatoRotsztejn You can now get your first 5 leads free. Try it out :)
@heynaeem I'm trying to sign up for a $9 plan for unlimited leads but there's no option for that.. Please help.
@photawe Hey - I'm not really sure of any other way to handle payments I'm afraid. :/ We're built on Stripe and fully compliant with payment security standards & protocol.
@heynaeem I don't argue with that, I'm just not comfortable with giving my card details to your site. What I mean, with so many site breaches these days (where lots of stuff can be stolen), if you were to use another provider, such as paypal or something similar, I would be more inclined to pay.
@photawe Yep, totally understand - we'll work on PayPal eventually, just hard with our resources to add that support in right now. As mentioned, our payment form uses Stripe which is Paypal's main alternative - but totally get what you mean
@heynaeem Haven't heard of Stripe before - will look into that, looks pretty strong :)
@photawe We use Stripe for a number of projects and its the best cc processor we've ever used.
@SacBookReviewer By looking at it, Stripe looks pretty awesome. My issue is this: I want to visually see that my credit card info is not stored anywhere on uselio. The way it's now, this is not clear to me. In other words, I would prefer to be redirected to the stripe site, so I would understand that my credit card info won't be stored on uselio.
@photawe websites don't get the credit card info from stripe. I don't think they can keep it at all unless they did something really hinky with the stripe API. I know on our sites we only get the last 4 digits of the cc number and a token to track the transactions. We use stripe on a couple of sites from use of the API to wordpress plugins and none of them give us access to the user card details.
@photawe Couldn't put it better than Ross :-) Stripe is the most secure payment protocol out there, there is simply no way for us to have any access to the credit card info being stored there.
@photawe Yep, totally understand - we'll work on PayPal eventually, just hard with our resources to add that support in right now. As mentioned, our payment form uses Stripe which is Paypal's main alternative - but totally get what you mean
@heynaeem Haven't heard of Stripe before - will look into that, looks pretty strong :)
@photawe We use Stripe for a number of projects and its the best cc processor we've ever used.
@SacBookReviewer By looking at it, Stripe looks pretty awesome. My issue is this: I want to visually see that my credit card info is not stored anywhere on uselio. The way it's now, this is not clear to me. In other words, I would prefer to be redirected to the stripe site, so I would understand that my credit card info won't be stored on uselio.
@photawe websites don't get the credit card info from stripe. I don't think they can keep it at all unless they did something really hinky with the stripe API. I know on our sites we only get the last 4 digits of the cc number and a token to track the transactions. We use stripe on a couple of sites from use of the API to wordpress plugins and none of them give us access to the user card details.
@photawe Couldn't put it better than Ross :-) Stripe is the most secure payment protocol out there, there is simply no way for us to have any access to the credit card info being stored there.
@RenatoRotsztejn You can now get your first 5 leads free. Try it out :)