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Hi, I am preparing to use ECommerce and wonder if using Shared SSL certificates makes any sense? If the browers shows a warning (if thats true?) that the domain name is not the same. Does not that negate the use as it would scare off potential clients? . If that is the case, then they are really only two solutions, a third party secure server like agora pay or paypal, or your own SSL. Correct?

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I think it just depends on how much you plan on selling.

 

I've seen some browsers give security warnings, and some other not. And people don't usually look at the address bar after they get going.

 

So if your business is small, and you plan on selling only a few thousand worth of product, a shared will probably do.

 

But if you plan on selling more, then the 185 plus 85 for set up is probably worth it just to have your name on the cert.

 

It's your decision scott. Shared will definitely get the job done. Private looks a bit cleaner.

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