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Paypal integration



Using paypal can you:


Set it up so the customer is unaware you are using paypal during the order process?


Bill one time and recurring without having to send the customer payment links or us paypal buy now buttons?


How does paypal work with the domain reg. process? Does it automatically bill my account for each domain purchased by my customers on the site or does it bill them directly when working with the registrar api?


Can whmcs setup the domain reg and paypal integration for us?


Last question,

If i signup as a reseller and get 3 licenses today will all three leased licenses be eligible for the 15% discount or does this discount not apply to the reseller pricing?

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1.) No, they will be redirected to paypal upon checkout to complete the payment. They will see a Paypal Checkout button in their invoice.


2.) Domain registrations have nothing to do with paypal, they will pay you, and then the domain order will be sent to the registrar and will be completed there, there has to be funds available at the registrar for the registration to complete.


3.) The integration is pretty straight forward... just ask here and we can help you figure it out.


4.) Matt will need to clarify this.

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