Support » Plugin: Woo Manage Fraud Orders » Not blocking addresses correct

  • Resolved mike8040

    (@mike8040)


    So I have blocked the address “Packstation” but still getting orders with Packstation in. And I guess the logic behind the plugin doesn’t work because of cause after Packstation there is a number following. ex. “Packstation 135”
    How to block every address that has Packstation in it?

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  • Plugin Author prasidhda

    (@prasidhda)

    Hi, @mike8040,

    Thanks for trying out the plugin and reporting the issue.

    And YES you are right about the logic. I will see the possibilities about the blocking address by wild card in the next release.

    Thread Starter mike8040

    (@mike8040)

    Ok, thanks for getting back. This would be really helpful in such cases. Hope to see this feature.

    Plugin Author prasidhda

    (@prasidhda)

    Hi, @mike8040,

    I am marking this issue as resolved now. I will let you know in this thread when I add the above feature.

    Thanks

    Plugin Author prasidhda

    (@prasidhda)

    Hi @mike8040,

    The wildcard address blacklisting has been implemented in the latest version 2.5.0.
    Wildcard must be in the format of “%address%”; enclosed by “%”. For example; If you put the “%Springfield%” as a wildcard rule for address, It will block the order if there is any match of “Springfield” within any of the customer’s addresses (Street address, address line 2, city etc.)

    Please update to the latest version.

    Thread Starter mike8040

    (@mike8040)

    That are some great news. Thanks for the update. Already set up and I hope it works for those orders in the future.

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