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  • #16
    A quick and easy way to help you would be to add PayPal to your payment options, at least temporarily.

    You could contact PayPal business directly and then you have the choice of PayPal Express or PayPal Website Payments.

    If you do that then we can help you with integrating it quickly.
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    • #17
      PS I just went through to the checkout with no problem. Order ID TT11TT10011105
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      • #18
        Sarah, I have found that the most common cause of this is the site swapping between www and non-www pages.

        You can fix this by uploading a .htaccess file with this content :

        Code:
        RewriteEngine On
        RewriteCond %{HTTP_HOST} !^www\.mydomain\.co.uk$ [NC]
        RewriteRule ^(.*)$ http://www.mydomain.co.uk/$1 [L,R=301]
        Replace "mydomain" with your domain name (and change .co.uk if necessary).

        Or, if you have access to Google Webmaster Tools/Search Console, then you can specify a preference in there.

        Or do both for a belt and braces approach.
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        • #19
          Having said that, I too have gone through to checkout. It is all behind SSL and it didn't swap between www and non-www
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          • #20
            It was a test purchase so is probably in your PSP Pending tab.

            To add PayPal to your existing site, go to Business Settings > Payment and Security.

            Click the + on the top left of the dialog box and add PayPal Website Payments from the drop-down box. Then click Configure method and add your merchant ID that you have from your other site.

            Alternatively, you can add PayPal Express payments which is by far the most popular of the PayPal offerings.

            Here are the instructions to do this from PayPal:

            "As you are using Actinic/SellerDeck, Express Checkout is already built into their system you just need to activate it which takes around 5 minutes.

            Some of the new features in Express Checkout that are not available on your current product Payments Standard are:

            · 3 click checkout for your customers

            · Checkout is fully mobile device optimised even if your website is not

            · Customers get re-directed to your website after the transaction is completed

            · Leads to lower drop-off and higher sales conversion rates


            Please find the instructions of how to activate ‘Express Checkout’ via Actinic/Sellerdeck

            Choose 'Business Settings' from the SellerDeck 'Settings' menu.
            Select the 'Payment and Security' tab, then click '+' next to Payment Method to add a new payment option.
            Select 'PayPal Express Checkout' from the Payment Method drop-down, then click the 'Configure Method' button.

            · Enter your PayPal API Signature Credentials settings which can be generated from the following link - https://www.paypal.com/uk/cgi-bin/we...eric-flow=true Click 'OK', then 'OK' again.

            You also need to enter the email address associated with your PayPal account into the ‘Business’ field.
            Update your web site, and PayPal will now be available as a payment option for your customers. "
            Last edited by guccij; 28-Jun-2017, 10:36 AM. Reason: typos
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            • #21
              I'm presuming your site is www.westcountrylupins.co.uk
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