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I know this has been asked before, but I haven't been able to find any solutions yet, so I'm asking again.
I'm using E-Junkie for the first time, setting it up for a client who is selling both tangible and digital products. http://www.toolsforachievers.com/tools-publications.html
I can't get PayPal to give the option to pay with a credit card without creating or having a PayPal account. I've done this successfully with other clients, albeit not with E-Junkie as a component.
Here's what I've tried:
1) Triple checked to make sure PayPal settings specified, yes, I want users to have this option.
2) Tested with a browser that i not my usual, clearing all history/cache/cookies ever created in that browser.
3) Tried E-Junkies demo cart purchase (in the browser from #2). In this test it acted correctly and I was able to make the purchase without creating or having a PayPal account.
The client is a verified business member of PayPal, and I am using PayPal Payments Standard.
The shopping cart is using the default PayPal button, but I replaced the image.
I am using Add to Cart buttons.
Anyone have any ideas?
POSTED ON: July 9, 2011 @ 14:08 GMT -7
It's entirely up to PayPal whether to offer buyers a card-based payment option during checkout on their site; we have no influence over that, but here's the most common relevant factors we're aware of:
Double check that you have set PayPal Account Optional: ON in the seller's PayPal account (Profile > More Options > My Selling Tools > Website Preferences). I think they must be upgraded to a PayPal Business (or Premier) account to have this option available, which should be done anyway for selling online.
POSTED ON: July 10, 2011 @ 19:21 GMT -7
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