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  1. hulkish

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    Hello,

    I've attached a screenshot that explains my problem.

    I'm trying to make a google checkout merchant account. Problem is that I am not a business, I don't know what I should put for the required "business name" field. Additionally, I also do not know what to put in the "Credit card statement name" field.

    Does any one have any advice?
     

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    never done it myself, but it looks like you can put what ever you want in those fields

    the CC statement is what people will see on their receipt after buying your app.

    you could use
    Hulkish Productions
    Hulkish Stuff
    just plain Hulkish
    Bob Smith
    bah bah black sheep INC.

    what ever you want to be known as.
     
  4. hulkish

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    Thanks, VIO

    Was kind of hoping for more than 1 reply. Oh well.
     
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    Put whatever you want in them. Just make them the same name as your app is the easiest.
     
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    This is how you distinguish yourself as a developer. It can be the name of your company (whether real or not) or yourself. Think of it as how you want your app users to identify you as the entity that made the app they are using.
     

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