Paypal
  • 30 Jun 2021
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Paypal

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Paypal Features

Countries: Worldwide

Currencies: AUD, BRL, GBP, CAD, CZK, DKK, EUR, HKD, HUF, ILS, JPY, MXN, TWD, NZD, NOK, PHP, PLN, RUB, SGD, SEK, CHF, THB, USD

Automatically collects payments: No, members have to pay each invoice individually

Automatically pays invoices after successful transactions: Yes

Users will be directed to a PayPal hosted page where they will enter their details.

To be able to use Paypal as a payment gateway and to collect payments by credit cards and Paypal accounts, you need to make sure that you have a PayPal payments pro account. This has an additional cost of $30/month charged by PayPal.

Setting up Paypal 

Step 1. Enabling IPN messages

In order for PayPal to issue a notification to our servers every time there is a payment, you need to enable IPN messages on your PayPal account.

  1. Log in to your PayPal account at https://www.paypal.com/

  2. In the top navigation menu, click Profile.

  3. In the bottom part of the screen, locate a link Instant Payment Notification Preferences.

  4. If your IPN settings are disabled you should see a button with the text Choose IPN Settings

  5. Click on  this button.

  6. In the notification URL type https://spaces.nexudus.com.

  7. Select Receive IPN messages (Enabled).

  8. Click Save.

Step 2. Enabling the PayPal Integration in Nexudus

  1. In the side menu, click Settings.

  2. Click Payments.

  3. Under the Payments heading, click Payment methods.

  4. In the Available Payment Gateways section, click PayPal.

  5. Set Enabled to Yes, and select any other settings that you want to apply.

  6. In the text boxes, type your email address and Pdt identity.

  7. Click Save changes.

Integrating a Card Payment Gateway in Nexudus  add a $10 charge per month and a $0.04 transaction fee per transaction.

Paying Invoices Using Paypal

Once you've enabled the PayPal integration, customers can pay their invoices via their account on the Members Portal or configure their payment details so that they are charged automatically when invoices are created. They can do so via the My Account page, by clicking the Pay by card button that redirects them to a PayPal tab.

PayPal Standard doesn't offer an automatic payment option. This means that customers will need to manually pay for their invoices every time. 

Paypal Adaptive is not available for new integrations. PayPal provides this documentation to support existing integrations.

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