Hi!In order to offer a second currency, I created a second identical product where only the price is different.Is there any easier way to do this?Thanks!
Duplicating the product for each currency is the only way to explicitly price a product in different currencies. However, this is not necessary if you simply want buyers worldwide to be able to pay in a range of native currencies. You can have only a single instance of the product priced in whatever currency you prefer, and buyers worldwide can simply pay you in that currency, as the payment processor or their card issuer would convert that amount to the buyer's native currency automatically.
Okay, thanks!Unfortunately, PayPal rejected the credit card of my US customer, when he tried to pay in Euros. But when he paid in USD, his credit card was accepted.Has anyone here an idea why?I'll write to PayPal too, of course.
Hm, so he'd tried ordering the Euro-priced version of the product first? And when that was rejected, he was able to order the USD-priced product instead and was successful? That sounds like an issue to ask PayPal about; it could simply be that his card issuer has some sort of potential-fraud detection that deemed a payment in foreign currency to appear suspicious.
Yes, that could be the case. I sent a mail to PayPal.Thanks for your help!
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