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The gateway is for woo and worked on other sites in woo. I had an issue before with emails not sending via Woo. Paypal, etc. all worked and then at some point, they stopped. The test mode was strange, but live it still took my money but no email as a customer or as the vendor.
Most people in the U.S. use PayPal. Most tech people, more than general population, seem to be familiar with and/or use Stripe.
However, I would advise in advance to read both companies Terms of Service to determine if products you’re offering are allowed. Otherwise, payment of Stripe gateway is a waste and PayPal is more strict. Not heard of PayPal Pro and though it will be nice when PayPal allows our site’s products, to have it’s simplicity, I am glad people can still type in their credit card info.
For morality purposes, go with Stripe, but if you want more sales with familiarity of clicking a button, PayPal is probably most used.
Founder of BudLodge.com
The Amazon for Pot is coming
BuddyBoss I use on another site. It was a pain to get that site the way it is. Look on Fiverr for WebDev08 he knows it from a year’s worth of helping me on issues. He has also been a big help with what I’m currently working on, requiring multi-vendor marketplace.
He’s fast and fair, does take weekends off, so make sure to ask what time frame would be to look at what you’re doing.
I trust him with my babies (companies). That is a hard thing for any founder to find.
Best of luck.February 8, 2017 at 1:56 am in reply to: Vendors Receive 100% Commission w/out it going through our paypal? #55445
Correct and I didn’t know that when I ordered the stripe thing with you guys, which is why I asked to be refunded. I didn’t see they don’t accept our products until after I went to apply for the API.
What I would like to do is just set it to where the vendors can receive the full amount. (As I get Bitcoin configured and customized to work as a gateway.) I need vendors to be able to sell products and visitors buy them. Most people will and do order multiple items, so it has to separate the payments.
I don’t know what to do.
It isn’t right that Paypal is fine with CBD products on Etsy and major brands but those same people on our site are being prevented from selling because it has to go through my payment source for splitting.
Open for suggestions, ideas so I can launch and keep my brain somewhat sane from doing a startup.
Thank you -Justine
I’m having similar issue with free version, as I’ve not found how to remove that dashboard since I just upgraded to PRO hoping to solve. I login as vendor (not admin), vendor dashboard and click edit or upload product and it sends me to home page.