If you want a simple and effective way to manage your donations and more, then install this plugin. It does exactly what it says and more.
Well done for offering this great plugin for free.
After trying a few other useless plugins with way too many superfluous fields, this one did the trick. If you need to offer custom payment amounts, this one works.
I installed the widget and was thrilled initially, but when I came back to my site the next day to check on the overall functionality, I noticed that when I would go to pay for a service, the PayPal payment no longer showed the option to "Pay with CC/Debit or Paypal credit". Instead, the page dispalys a "Pay with Paypal" or "Sign up for Paypal" option. In my case, the only time I can get the CC payment option to appear is if I attempt to log in to "pay with PayPal", which PayPal won't allow me to do because my PayPal account is the one that the widget is set to distribute payments to. If I try anyway, PayPal then shows me the error message telling me: "You are logging into the account of the seller for this purchase. Please change your login information and try again." Only after this happens and my login username is cached, am I presented with the option to "Pay with CC/Debit or Paypal credit". I have tried this in multiple browsers, cleared the caches and tried again, and the end result is always the same, where I have to implement this hack of sorts, to get the CC/Debit option to appear. I'll happily change my rating to a 5 if there is a fix for this, because it worked for a few hours exactly the way I wanted it to, and even gave wire transfer options. A lot of potential here, but it doesn't seem to be performing consistently.
Easy to set up and perfect for a clients application.
I used the shortcode implementation and everything works beautifully.
It took me about 5 minutes to set up a 2 custom checkout options with a custom button.
Here is a screenshot of a nice checkout that can be done in that time :)
I should note I used this plugin because I was getting the ERROR_BLOCKED_BY_CLIENT when using the Paypal HTML code implementation Paypal supplies when creating a button.
**** UPDATE *****
I'm changing my rating to 5 stars. I ran into a weird glitch and the author took the time to address the problem and resolve it. Great plugin and GREAT support!
I tested the WP Easy Paypal Payment Accept plugin by making a credit card payment of $3. Even though the PayPal email setting was correctly set to the proper PayPal account, my CREDIT CARD PAYMENT WENT TO SOME RANDOM PERSON --> Jillian Tufillaro (firstname.lastname@example.org)! I have no idea who this person is and I'm out $3. This is UNACCEPTABLE!
Except there needs to be the ability to create more than one "function". The Payment Subject field is limited to one type of payment. Even as a simple nonprofit, I have several unrelated payment types - donation, raffle, members' events, etc. - that don't fall under any generic Payment Subject. Multiple "functions" would probably make this plugin perfect for my use, but not now.
A few updates to this really simple plugin and it would be perfect for it's intended use.
Out of the box though, its really shabby and misses some very basic options.
When I get a couple of hours I'll make my own and add it to the repository.
Even styling isn't simple!
This is a great plugin but it would've been great if it has feature like, custom fields and some custom CSS modification feature. Please consider adding these features.
And easy configure.
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