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changing same email adderss from one paypal account to another



lemonbar
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Posts: 327


i want to change an email address from one paypal account to a different one. it will be the same email address.

i will delete it from the current paypal account and add it to the other paypal account.

i will then setup the *CALLBACK THING* (cant remember what its called) that sends ejunkie notification of a sale in the other account and deactivate it in the current paypal account.

is there anything else i have to do in my ejunkie account?

is there any changes i need to make to my add to cart or show cart code?


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POSTED ON: September 1, 2008 @ 18:29 GMT -7




Stefanie
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Posts: 115


Since the PayPal email address is the same you shouldn't have to do anything with your E-Junkie account or button code.

If this is the same PayPal email address you use to pay us, you'll need to update your subscription.


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POSTED ON: September 2, 2008 @ 10:24 GMT -7




lemonbar
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Posts: 327


quote: "If this is the same PayPal email address you use to pay us, you'll need to update your subscription."

If it is the same email address I still need to 'update' my subscription because I moved that email address to a different paypal account?

If so then how do I specifically do that without screwing up my ejunkie account?


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POSTED ON: September 2, 2008 @ 12:22 GMT -7




E-junkieChef
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Posts: 936


Actually, if you are not closing your first account, your subscription will stay unaffected.


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POSTED ON: September 2, 2008 @ 14:23 GMT -7




lemonbar
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Posts: 327


So it would keep billing the original paypal account even though I take that email address and move it over to another paypal account?


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POSTED ON: September 2, 2008 @ 15:05 GMT -7




E-junkieChef
E-Junkie Crew
Posts: 936


Yes, as subscriptions are linked to PayPal accounts and the PayPal e-mail is just a way to label that account. If the label changes, we'll simply update it on our end automatically when the next payments comes in.


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POSTED ON: September 2, 2008 @ 15:18 GMT -7


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