Yes, customers can pay using a PayPal account. Payment is collected via your chosen Payment Gateway and they are responsible for handling all payment security and handling. Examples of payment gateways include PayPal, Sage Pay, WorldPay, Barclay Card. As well as PayPal, payments can also be collected via these payment gateways using a debit or credit card. The fee structure for each payment gateway differs. Please ask us for details of the options available and we will be happy to direct you to more information to help you decide which one is for you.
It is possible to receive payment using a different currency. This will be handled by your payment service provider. They will determine the currency conversion rate and there may also be a conversion fee in addition to the normal transaction fees. The payment you receive will be for the correct amount in your native currency.  All charges concerning the currency conversion are charged to the person making the payment.

Yes, you can use World Pay as a payment gateway for your online shop. All payment gateways have varying fee structures so it’s worth taking a look at a number of providers, their fees and taking into consideration user experience before deciding which ones for you.

Yes, you can use Sage Pay as a payment gateway for your online shop. All payment gateways have varying fee structures so it’s worth taking a look at a number of providers, their fees and taking into consideration user experience before deciding which ones for you.

Yes, it is possible to implement more than one payment gateway for your online shop however, depending on who you choose this could mean increased running costs depending on their fee structure.

It is a good idea to clearly understand your reasons and perceived benefits for doing this and to ensure that no conflicts are likely to be experienced with the implementation of more than one provider.

If you are considering using more than one payment service provider, please talk to us at the earliest opportunity about your requirements.

The collection of payment is handled by the payment gateway e.g. PayPal, Sage Pay, WorldPay, Barclay Card, etc. Payments can be made using debit cards, credit cards, PayPal accounts.

Payment is collected by an external payment gateway such as PayPal, Sage Pay, World Pay, or Barclay Card, or similar. All responsibility for payment security is covered by your chosen payment gateway provider; this is part of what you pay a fee for. The payment transaction is handled in its entirety by their website before handing the customer back to your website once payment has securely and successfully collected on your behalf.

We will ask you to select one or more payment gateway providers. Examples include PayPal, Sage Pay, WorldPay, Barclay Card, etc. Payments can be made using debit cards, credit cards, PayPal accounts. We will integrate this at the checkout of your online shop. At the point of checkout, your customer will temporarily leave your website to complete the payment transaction with the payment gateway provider. Once the transaction is complete, they will be handed back to your website to conclude the sale.

Yes, a business PayPal account will be required. As part of the process of setting up your online shop, we can help set up a PayPal business account for you.

The fees charged by the various payment gateway providers are subject to change. Please check their websites for up-to-date information on their fees and charges.

Gift Vouchers can be offered for use on your online shop. If you would like to be able to offer Gift Vouchers, please get in touch. If you are working with us to develop a new online shop using WooCommerce please make us aware of the requirement for gift vouchers as soon as possible.

If your business offers third-party finance this is something you will want to include and promote on your web pages. Although this is something that can be advertised on your website, including any documentation or links to third-party websites or your own contact form, the finance itself is not something that is administered in any way by WooCommerce, your online shop, or supporting web pages.

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