This easy to use PayPal Pro methods for WordPress-WooCommerce site.
PayPal Pro / PayPal Credit
PayPal Payments Pro is a true enterprise-class ecommerce payment solution that can be configured in any way that your business demands. If you’re looking for shopping cart integration you’re in luck. PayPal supports most all major shopping carts out of the box.
PayPal gives your customers more payment options at checkout, which increases your chances of getting the sale. With PayPal you can accept credit & debit cards, bank transfers, phone payments, and in-person payments.
PayPal Credit offers your customers the chance to buy now and pay later with special financing. The best part is that you get paid up front with no wait. PayPal Credit is built into the PayPal checkout at no extra cost.
What’s included in PayPal Payments Pro?
Keep your buyer on your site through checkoutIncluded
Optimized mobile checkout experienceIncluded
Accept PayPal paymentsIncluded
Accept credit and debit cards including multicurrency payment processing in 6 currencies*Included
Accept PayPal payments in 26 currencies from over 200+ marketsIncluded
Accept PayPal Credit payments (U.S. only) Included
Ecommerce Payment GatewayIncluded
Options to simplify PCI complianceIncluded
Virtual Terminal to accept phone paymentsIncluded
Configuring the following WooCommerce settings area to enable the PayPal Pro and enter your PayPal API details:
PayPal Pro interfaces with the Paypal sandbox to allow for testing. enable PayPal sandbox after You need to set up a developer test account for the sandbox at PayPal. Simply put you PayPal sandbox API Username, API Password and API Signature in the WooCommerce=> Settings=> Checkout=> PayPal Pro admin panel.
PayPal Pro WooCommerce Features
PayPal testing through SandBox.
Enable PayPal credit.
Enable Send Item Details.
Enable PayPal IPN
PayPal’s system can be tricky when it comes to handling errors.
Most PayPal plugins do not correctly process the PayPal response which can result in big problems.
PayPal Pro WooCommerce always handle these warnings/errors correctly.
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