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May 20, 2015 at 11:28 am 44577
towhid It is a common thing to be able to limit orders to a single vendor and allow the customer to pay the vendor directly via wire transfer. I am really not seeing how I can make this happen. There is only one place for site-wide bank information. The vendors need to enter their own bank information and this needs to be included in the order and emails. Digital online payment only does not work for certain people in certain places. As well check payment address for each vendor may also be useful for some people in some areas. I though I asked about this before and there was supposed to be some progress made toward this working.
May 20, 2015 at 1:10 pm 44598
towhid towhid

Hello Bigtom,

I did not understand your question clearly. Can you please share a screenshot with description.


May 20, 2015 at 1:36 pm 44605
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May 20, 2015 at 1:47 pm 44611
bigtom bigtom

First image is the WooCommerce area for entering the store bank information. Using this will result in one bank receiving all the payment for all vendors.

Vendors need the payments to go to their banks.

The second image is the Vendor dashboard settings where the only payment method is Paypal. This should include a Bank details section so each vendor can enter their own information.

This will also mean that wire transfer orders can only be one vendor per order by nature. We have found that customers are very understanding with this restriction.

Unless you can format the order screen and emails to show multiple bank information for multiple vendors with the amount that goes to each vendor. I think that will be too confusing for the customer and complicated to implement.

Hopefully this makes more sense now. Currently any wire transfer orders require the vendor to manually email the customer their bank details after they receive the order and it is not as smooth for the Vendor or the Customer.

May 21, 2015 at 4:44 am 44721
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May 23, 2015 at 10:56 am 44917
towhid towhid


I respect your view. But you must be seen, PayPal is common and all over the world people try to maintain a PayPal account. But If a site owner provides a facility to each seller to open an account as their demand on the site It will be beneficial for the seller but not great for the site owner. You must be noticed a company maintain a certain account at certain bank why is that? because for maintainability.

However, I have already saved this proposal in our record. We will discuss this idea with our planning department. In near future, we try our best to accomplish this plan.


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