I change the order of which you are paid. The seller gets the payment first(primary receiver) , and I take a % of it (secondary receiver). Which is the way it suppose to be. It diverts the responsibility of charge backs and refunds to the seller. But, this only works when dealing with one seller. Now if you have multiple sellers, paypal will assign the primary receiver to the first seller which makes them responsible for all the sells in that order with the multiple sellers. That is illogical .. So whats the solution ?
Dokan, will have to change how check out works. Each seller will have to be paid separately in that multiple seller product order for the chain payment to function properly.
Items From John store = $2.00 free shipping(pay now)
Items From Brandon store = $5.00 and $2 shipping charge(pay now)
Total = $9.00
You can not have a buy all payment button because it will assign a seller the primary receiver and now hes responsible for everyone's order.
Is this crazy or to much work for the buyer? I don't think so. This is how etsy.com does it.
Our developer and designer team have discussed about the payment interface for whole 2 month and we've come up with this solution. So we can't change it. Even we haven't applied any logic. The whole payment system is getting managed by WooCommerce and PayPal.
So we can't make any changes to the payment or checkout. If you feel that you need some modification in the checkout or in the payment system, you may hire a developer.
And thanks for your kind suggestion. Cheers.
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