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Lots of places. Links: (I'd actually link them, but not allowed to post that many yet) www.freshbooks.com (one time) www.paypal.com (one time) www.intuit.com (Quickbooks, Both) www.waveaccounting.com (one time) billingmanager.intuit.com (Both; can't figure out how to sign up for a new account on their new site, though.) www.invoicera.com (Both) ...
The answer is "Yes". I little bit of google reveals this: http://www.groupon.com/legal Can I return a Groupon? Read this, and then if you want, give us a call: (877) 788-7858. And, http://groublogpon.com/cities/the-groupon-promise/ Second, we have The Groupon Promise: if Groupon ever lets you down, we’ll return your purchase—simple ...
How about http://recurly.com/ ?
Check out My eStore App (http://myestoreapp.com); it's a plug and play estore module that integrates with paypal. It doesn't require an install or database setup or maintenance. It's a free service; they provide lifetime updates too. There is no learning curve required. You can set up a shop right on your site in just a few minutes. It's plug and play.
How about Spree? Also, Bitnami has a Spree installer, if you need it.
I use Zoho Invoice for all my invoicing. Free for up to 5 invoices a month, and a manageable fee afterwards. It will manage emails, payments, reports and, to some degree, expenses. And it has a RESTAPI allowing you to achieve whatever you may need. Update 5/9: Following Kirk's comment that he wasn't looking for invoicing, but actual online charging ...
A list of gateways I found, sorted by country: http://www.wilsonweb.com/ebooks/gateway_list.htm I get the impression that Authorize.Net is the most popular one, starting at $20/month or something like that. Would probably be a good fit with Shopify.com .
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