Moving from PayPal to 2Checkout . . . WarriorPlus Integration?

by YourBizAid Banned
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Hey guys,

Over the past months, our numbers have been growing explosively. I know PayPal is gonna frown at us soon or later for doing big numbers which we haven't done in previous years.

Now we want to finally say goodbye to PayPal as our payment processor and switch over to a proper merchant account; in our case, 2checkout.com.

My question is if any veteran here knows if I could integrate 2Checout with my Warriorplus account for PayPal processing through their affiliate system.

Thanks in advance!

Louis
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  • Profile picture of the author agmccall
    Do you know that paypal has their own merchant accounts. They are accessed via
    http://manager.paypal.com

    Also if you have upgraded to a paypal premier/business account then there is no reason for paypal to frown on you.

    I have been using paypal since 2005 for my ecommerce store with no problems at all.

    As far as integrating with warrior plus. They are a separate site with no affiliation to the warrior forum, so you should contact their support

    al
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    • Profile picture of the author YourBizAid
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      Originally Posted by agmccall View Post

      Do you know that paypal has their own merchant accounts. They are accessed via
      http://manager.paypal.com

      Also if you have upgraded to a paypal premier/business account then there is no reason for paypal to frown on you.

      I have been using paypal since 2005 for my ecommerce store with no problems at all.

      As far as integrating with warrior plus. They are a separate site with no affiliation to the warrior forum, so you should contact their support

      al
      Hey Al,

      Thanks for the response. However, I know that PayPal has a merchant account option and I process my payments currently via the Business account.

      However, I want to know if you process over $50K per month via your ecommerce store. I've heard of PayPal freezing accounts when you process huge numbers.

      I don't want that to happen to my business, hence, the switch.

      Also know the W+ is not run by the WF. Just want to hear from veterans who have been there.

      Thanks all the same.

      Louis
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      • Profile picture of the author SantamNaha
        Hi,

        since this thread is regarding paypal... I have a query that I would like to put here for any warrior to reply back........

        Integrating Paypal from India with Warrior Plus and JvZoo is not possible due to some reasons that's called "Adaptive payment system"...

        Is anyone here who has faced the same problem.....

        And what's the way out...?

        Please suggest.....

        Thanks
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      • Profile picture of the author agmccall
        Originally Posted by YourBizAid View Post

        Hey Al,

        Thanks for the response. However, I know that PayPal has a merchant account option and I process my payments currently via the Business account.

        However, I want to know if you process over $50K per month via your ecommerce store. I've heard of PayPal freezing accounts when you process huge numbers.

        I don't want that to happen to my business, hence, the switch.

        Also know the W+ is not run by the WF. Just want to hear from veterans who have been there.

        Thanks all the same.

        Louis
        Not if you use the merchant account. If you have an unusual spike in sales you might trigger some questions, but that will be true for all merchant accounts, not just paypal.

        al
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      • Profile picture of the author Sid Hale
        Originally Posted by YourBizAid View Post

        I've heard of PayPal freezing accounts when you process huge numbers.
        Oh... well now I understand.
        Nothing like getting "authoritative information" from the rumor mill on which to base a significant business decision.

        As Al said, ALL merchant accounts come with reserves built in, and the reserve amounts will vary based on their experience with the individual merchant.

        Here's a definition from 2Checkout's Knowledgebase
        Reserve Level – Percentage of funds held for 90 days, then released back into your payments. This percentage may vary. (Reserves are held to protect your account in case a refund or chargeback is issued)
        As for the potential of having your current business account frozen...
        the research I've done indicates that those instances were more likely caused by wording on the sales page, rather than a sudden increase in volume of transactions. The increase in transaction volume was just the trigger that brought the account under closer scrutiny, and Paypal does have rules that MUST be followed on any page with a Paypal payment link.
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        • Profile picture of the author YourBizAid
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          Originally Posted by Sid Hale View Post

          Oh... well now I understand.
          Nothing like getting "authoritative information" from the rumor mill on which to base a significant business decision.

          As Al said, ALL merchant accounts come with reserves built in, and the reserve amounts will vary based on their experience with the individual merchant.

          Here's a definition from 2Checkout's Knowledgebase


          As for the potential of having your current business account frozen...
          the research I've done indicates that those instances were more likely caused by wording on the sales page, rather than a sudden increase in volume of transactions. The increase in transaction volume was just the trigger that brought the account under closer scrutiny, and Paypal does have rules that MUST be followed on any page with a Paypal payment link.
          Thanks Sid...

          You explained it much better.

          Louis
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