March 11, 2015 at 4:28 pm #38845
We got an older version of the plugin from a colleague and it was working fine, today we bought the plugin and installed it
Now as soon as you check out, the connection is made to Paypal with no issues, but as soon as you log in and select pay now, it kicks out this error:
Your payment can't be completed. Please return to the participating website and try again.
none of the api credentials or anything like that has changed. and Yesterday it was working fine on the older version?
Any help will be greatly apprieciated!March 11, 2015 at 4:32 pm #38846
Please read this documentation- http://docs.wedevs.com/paypal-adaptive-payment-add-working/. Make sure that you have inserted all the requirements correctly.
Thank you 🙂March 20, 2015 at 7:30 pm #39601
Thank you Nayem, got it sorted. there was a plugin that clashed with the payments.
I just need one more bit of information.
As soon as there is a payment being processed there is a 10% fee on top of the standard paypal payment fee's.
and there is no 10% coming into the main account. is there a place where i need to define where the main shop cut needs to go? Im guessing that is my last problem then we can go live.
Thx for the helpMarch 21, 2015 at 11:46 am #39649
Actually i am not clear about your question. Are you talking about the seller percentage?. IF you are talking about this percentage then please navigate to Dokan->Settings->Selling option and set commission for the seller.
Thank you 🙂March 23, 2015 at 12:17 pm #39787
No that I have set. Im talking about the main shop. We run the main shop so we should get the 10 % cut for maintaining the shop. if you navigate to WooCommerce->Settings->Checkout->Dokan PayPal Adaptive Payments. the paypal email should get the rest of the cut from the sellers cut?
Hope you understandMarch 23, 2015 at 12:31 pm #39788
If the admin has paypal and all the sellers set their paypal account then the payment will automatically split to the all seller. Seller will get their percentage and admin will get his percentage.
Thank you 🙂March 23, 2015 at 12:49 pm #39790
Please see the image below. That 20c doesn't go into the admin account but is pulled from the transaction.
and I cannot see where that 20c (10%) goes. it should reflect in our account but doesn'tMarch 23, 2015 at 4:41 pm #39800
You screenshot is not helpful. Can you please confirm is $2.00 your product price?. Please describe me the whole scenario. If your admin percentage is 10% then he will get the percentage. Paypal is also included there.
Thank you 🙂March 23, 2015 at 5:52 pm #39802
Oky, My product price is $2.00, the full $2.00 comes into my admin account.
It is then split in 2, 90% ($1.80) goes to the seller, and the remaining 10% (20c) must go towards the admin account?
But yet the admin account does not get any money. it is displayed as a 10% fee.
We have the paypal set up that so that the primary receiver (seller) pays the transfer fees. and we(secondary admin account) must get the 10%.
Our Seller Percentage under Dokan->Settings->Selling Options is set at 90%
Thank youMarch 23, 2015 at 6:06 pm #39808
I think you are missing something. For paypal primary receiver is admin. But in dokan primary receiver is seller which is not applicable for paypal.
For paypal Admin is the primary receive and the seller is secondary .
Thank you 🙂
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