Support » Plugin: Seamless Donations » Great Idea, in Theory

  • Fundamentally, the plugin is sound. I didn’t notice any errors or display issues.

    However, restricting donation amounts to pre-defined values and no support for on-site payment processing makes this plugin less than adequate.

    I have a client who’s entire branding and marketing scheme is based on the $27 increments a person donates. So, being forced to use $5, $10, $20, $50, $100, $200, $500 & $1000 doesn’t do him any good. I need to be able to changes those pre-defined values to $27, $54, $81, $108, $135 & so on.

    Also, as much as PayPal wants people to believe their system/website is safe, conversion is king. When you take the end users, away from the original website, to make a payment on another website, conversion goes down – period!

    When this plugin grows up, with abilities for the developer to designate the predefined donation amounts and to use a payment processor, behind a SSL (even if it is still PayPal), let me know. I’ll be happy to give it another try!

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  • Wow, you need to come back to reality and remember it’s a free plugin. You are reviewing it as if you spent money and it didn’t do what it stated. It does that. It does do everything it says it will though. If you want X, Y, and Z, build your own, buy a premium plugin, or hire someone for a custom plugin. Goodness.

    This is how you can customize giving levels.
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    This review is really unbalanced. I have used this plugin on many sites and it works well and is in fact the only decent free donations option out there.
    As others have said you can do custom donation levels. It has been discussed in the supports here and on the developers website.

    As for PayPal, why are you hating on this plugin over PayPal being a monopoly?

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