Drupal developer needed to help finish ecommerce site

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I have a website that is based on Drupal and I need help finishing because of my time constraints. I am a developer myself and need help of another fellow programmer who is an expert on Drupal. What The website uses the Ubercart module and many other sub-modules as a basis to an e-commerce site. The basics are all in place, but hasn't been tested much. What I need done:

1. Install a referral module so that users can easily refer friends using either Facebook or entering emails manually. (If we can also import from Hotmail/Yahoo/Gmail that would be an added bonus.) When users invite friends, if the invited friend clicks on their unique referral link, signs up, and completes a purchase within X days, the user who referred them would get $10 credit to use. I have looked into this a little bit and know that there is at least one really good module out there for this, so I don't think it should take more than a couple of days to implement this feature.
2. Integrate with Moneris payment gateway so users can easily and in as few steps as possible complete their payment using Moneris. Please note that we do not want to go through PCI compliance so we should not be storing any sensitive customer data (credit card number, etc.) on our servers. It would be nice if customers could save their credit cards (on the Moneris gateway not our server) and choose to use them for repeat purchases.

[3 is optional if you have front-end experience]
3. For people who are talented in front-end development, I also need someone to go through the site and ensure that all the pages look extremely clean, all elements are aligned with even spacing, colors are matched, all site elements have the "simple" look and feel that we are going for, and that all JavaScript functions work flawlessly. We would have to make sure that all of this, of course, works on IE8+, FF, Chrome, and Safari (IE7 would be a plus but not a priority)

You would need to have a few years of experience with the necessary technologies and show me some sample sites you have worked on. We would use SVN to collaborate and put the final work on the site.

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