Tag Cloud for this topic:
accept account automatically available beyond buttons buy buyers buying cart checkout display during ebook effective ejunkie features google-checkout handle help integration limited lot market merchant optional page party payment paypal price processor processors product questions rate register sell service setting settings setup shopping standard users website
Sorry if any of these questions is a noob question, but I just registered.
1) I'm looking to sell an ebook in portuguese mainly in Brazil and Portugal.
As I'm outside UK, Canada or US I have no access to Paypal Pro, Google Checkout Merchant or Authorize.net.
Currently I'm using Paypal standard but I really need to setup a Shopping Cart that handles credit cards directly as I will lose a lot of buyers if I'm expecting them to register to Paypal, and as some of my buyers can't read english (and that's exactly why they're buying my product and not one written in english).
Can I do this with Ejunkie or any service supported by Ejunkie?
2) As both Brazil and Portugal and all others portuguese speaking countries have different currencies and Ejunkie only supports price in one currency is there anyway to let users see how much they're paying in their currency, OR at least say have the prices indicated in both EUR (Portugal) and BRL(Brazil) since my biggest market is Brazil?
What would be the most effective way to handle this?
Thank you very much for any help.
POSTED ON: June 16, 2011 @ 16:55 GMT -7
PayPal Website Payments Standard should be able to accept credit cards directly, be sure that the "PayPal Optional" setting in your account is enabled. PayPal should also be able to display a checkout page in languages other than English. If that's not happening on your end I recommend checking with PayPal to find out exactly what settings you might need to enable or to get a better understanding of their available features.
Beyond using PayPal you may be able to use 2CheckOut instead, although their integration with E-junkie is limited to Buy Now buttons.
You can only set your price in one currency (I'd recommend pricing in Euros in your case), but your payment processor will convert that amount automatically during checkout. There's no way for us to report ahead of time what the conversion rate would be as those are ever-changing, which is one of the reasons we depend on third party payment processors to handle the money in the first place.
POSTED ON: June 16, 2011 @ 17:10 GMT -7
You must be logged in to make a post. Please click here to login.