I know this is kind of an old question, but I just spent an hour trying to find the answer to this, so hopefully this helps someone someday.
If you're using the new integration method that starts paypal.Buttons instead of paypal.Button.render, you have to append disable-funding to the JS SDK.
<form id="my_form" action="http://paypal.com" method="post">
<input type="hidden" name="name" value="Example">
<input type="hidden" name="email" value="firstname.lastname@example.org">
<input type="hidden" ...
Yes, there are many alternatives.
One such alternative is Stripe, which is geared towards developers and webmasters.
Payments for developers
Stripe makes it easy to start accepting
credit cards on the web today.
If you want a solution that includes fraud checks, weekly bank payments, and recurring items, I'd say go with 2Checkout, who let you accept ...
It's not common for a payment to be 'pending' for an extended period of time. I've not heard of the 'foreign' payment issue - but it doesn't matter what country a persons PayPal account is from, transactions should complete immediately unless there is an issue with the funding on their end.
Common issues with 'funding' can be:
Customer uses a suspicious ...
If your the webmaster and you have access to the PayPal account login where the PayPal button was created click on merchant tools and edit your saved PayPal buttons there is an option to remove the credit card area.
According to the PayPal documentation on the srt parameter:
Recurring Times. This is the number of payments which will occur at the regular rate. If omitted, payment will continue to recur at the regular rate until the subscription is cancelled
So you would have to omit the parameter to get to get recurring payments until cancelled. This means that you ...
Western Union is available in most African countries. For example in South Africa, Absa Bank's offer western union services. You can setup most popular shopping carts to allow check out, and display instructions on sending payment with Western Union.
It's even available in Nigeria http://www.westernunion.ng/ a country I don't think PayPal is available as of ...
Yes PayPal has a system for this called Mass Pay read more here https://www.paypal.com/cgi-bin/webscr?cmd=_batch-payment-overview-outside a lot of companies use this to pay affilates and customers.
Don't spend any more time writing checks. Send a Mass Payment instead.
Send payments to many recipients at once.
Send payments to recipients in ...
I would turn the store off, integrate with paypal sandbox with debugging and place an order to see what paypals response is when the order goes through. You may want to read this thread about a similar issue http://www.magentocommerce.com/boards/viewthread/294965/#t415543
If you contact GoDaddy support they will be able to re-issue your SSL certificate using the latest root certificates and algorithms etc.
I can't confirm whether or not their latest algorithms will satisfy the requirements of PayPal but it seems very likely, you should ask them - perhaps copy+paste that message into a live support chat with one of their ...
You should keep the return\thank you page after the payment is processed.
Then add your gateway payment websites in Referral Exclusion list. In that case, paypal.com
It won't be perfect (lot of people miss the last thank you page), but still better. If you see too many discrepancies between GA and your CRM, think about implementing paypal on-site payment.
Yes, you can do this via the API, FORM Variables or both. If you're looking for a solution or examples, then Pro Webmasters would be off-topic because it's about HTML and API programming, Stack Overflow is more suitable if so.
What I did was to put a div over the Paypal button, then disable the div when needed:
NORMAL PAYPAL BUTTON RENDERING:
// Set your environment
env: 'production', // sandbox | production
// Specify the style of the button
label: 'pay', // paypal | checkout | pay
size: 'small', // ...
If you use the PayPal REST APIs for accepting credit card payments,
you handle card data directly and will need to ensure you are PCI
You are confusing me. You say on one hand that you are not storing the credit card number, but then you say you can sell it.
I would not do either to tell you the truth.
People do not want their information to be sold especially credit card numbers. This is a bad thing. You can use the information to complete the transaction and for partner applications, ...
PayPal Express Checkout is a basic checkout service and limits the design aspects. I don't know for certain what product Feedly use but you will probably find it is an enterprise grade product which allows Feedly to use whatever style button they want and simply add the required data to the link for it to work with PayPal.
According to this forum, JVZoo is not a payment processor, it is just a payment gateway that uses PayPal behind the scenes.
JVZoo is not a payment processor. Without a payment processor such as Paypal, it wouldn't do anything. It relies on Paypal to process the payments.
Rather than using HTTP Authentication with usernames/passwords, you might use IP address white-listing with the following .htaccess code (enter your own public IP address for testing on line 6 instead of 126.96.36.199):
# Block every connection by default, exceptions follow below
Deny from all
# Allow from Your Testing Public IP (123....
You will need to create an instant payment notification endpoint. The payment data transfer request is achieved through the use of forwarding the user browser with key data back to your application. as a subscription payment does not involve the user being logged in with a browser session active this can not be done so the only way is through an IPN endpoint ...
PayPal should generate an HTML snippet of the button to place on your site. I would create a developer account to test this. You can take the code with the amount field filled in from PayPal then place it on your site and leave it blank. Set an input hidden and when Groups is selected display the input on the page and text explaining to the visitor to enter ...
Is this the right approach?
I assume gifting someone one else money is only good to be used on the site. Then yes that is one way to go about it. Except maybe not using paypal.
Using paypal to send money into my account on your site is fine but as for using it for your site's merchant account/business I wouldn't do that. PayPal is a monster which has ...
I don't know the answer, and you can use your Paypal developer account to discover this by modifying the variable t3 Regular billing cycle units and setting it to to D days rather than M months. This is the units of the regular billing cycle (p3, above) Acceptable values are: D (days), W (weeks), M (months), Y (years)
Source: PayPal Subscriptions HTML Code
You should have two pages that sell the product. One that targets US customers and has the price listed in USD, and another that targets UK customers and has the price listed in GBP. Then you can have two different buttons based on the page they are on.