Sell with PayPal Payments Standard

E-junkie provides Shopping Cart and Buy Now buttons for selling with PayPal Payments Standard

Pay with PayPal, PayPal Credit or any major credit card

PayPal is the faster, safer way to pay and get paid online. PayPal allows buyers to send money without sharing financial information, with the flexibility to pay using their account balances, bank accounts, credit cards or promotional financing, thus increasing the shopping cart conversion rate. Using PayPal with E-junkie will get your shop up and running in a matter of minutes. Click here to learn more and sign up with PayPal.

Shopping Cart Button Demo Cart buttons support all our features and display the buyer's shopping cart as an overlay "inside" your own page, fitting within your site's existing layout and branding.
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Buy Now Button Demo Buy Now buttons bypass the cart to take buyers directly to instant checkout for just one item at a time.
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Here's how to put PayPal Payments Standard and E-junkie to work for your business

  1. Log into your E-junkie account;
  2. In Seller Admin > Edit Profile, please enter your PayPal Email where you want to accept checkout payments from your buyers:
    • The first time you Activate your brand-new E-junkie account, you should be taken directly to this Edit Profile screen automatically;
    • The PayPal Email you enter should be either the email you use to log into your PayPal account, or a Confirmed secondary email you have added in your PayPal account > Profile > Update Email screen.
  3. Press Submit to apply changes;
  4. If you are upgrading to PayPal Payments Advanced, please see this help page for further instructions;
  5. If you are upgrading to PayPal Payments Pro, please see this help page for further instructions.

That's all there is to it! Now you're ready to start adding products to sell.

Do I need to make any changes in my PayPal account?

E-junkie works fine with the standard settings in your PayPal account.

If you have previously changed any Website Preferences in your PayPal Business/Premier account, please make sure that the following settings in your PayPal account > Profile > My Selling Tools > Website Preferences are restored to their default values as follows:

  • Auto return: OFF
  • Block Non-encrypted Website Payment: OFF
  • PayPal Account Optional: ON
Special Notes:
  • If you are also selling other products through PayPal without E-junkie that require Auto Return: ON, then in that case, you would set the Return URL to whatever you require for those non-E-junkie sales, and then set Payment Data Transfer: ON as well, to remain compatible with E-junkie.
  • Your PayPal account's Payment Receiving Preferences should be set to accept all payments automatically. If your PayPal account requires manual approval of any payments, whenever you manually approve a payment you should see a link to change your payment receiving preferences.
  • Custom shipping settings in your PayPal account will not work with E-junkie Cart buttons, so you will need to use E-junkie Cart Shipping calculation instead; you may need to enable the option in your PayPal account's shipping calculation settings to Use the shipping fee in the transaction instead of my calculator's settings.
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Questions about PayPal?
  • Setting up a new PayPal account? Call PayPal at 1-866-365-7993.
  • Have an existing PayPal account? Call PayPal at 1-888-221-1161.
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This page added by E-junkieChef on July 16th, 2008 @ 5:38 pm GMT -7
Updated by E-junkieGuru on October 22nd, 2015 @ 7:11 pm GMT -7