FAQ: How to use PayPal and add Buy Now buttons?
  • How to use PayPal and add Buy Now buttons?

    Q: How to use PayPal and add Buy Now buttons?
    I want to use a PayPal account to enable direct online sales from my website. How do I set it up so that I can use it with my FASO account?

    A: All FASO Accounts have built-in eCommerce and a world-class shopping cart. To enable this and to use Paypal on your website and add Buy Now buttons, follow these steps:

    1. Log into your control panel
    2. Click "Ecommerce"
    3. Click 'Click here to begin'
    4. If you do not have a Paypal account, click on the PayPal Logo to Set Up Your PayPal Account
    5. If you already have an account, click on 'Click here to continue if you already set up your PayPal account'
    6. Enter the email address that is registered with your PayPal account.
    7. Click submit to finalize the process.

    Your website will automatically create 'Buy Now' buttons for any artwork you have a valid price on.

    NOTE: We recommend that you use a Premier or a Business PayPal Account. Do not use a personal account or you will not be able to accept credit cards.

    You don't need any more than PayPal Standard - which is free to sign up for and there is no monthly fee.

    When you sign up for a PayPal account, you can choose from among three account options: Personal, Premier, and Business. Transactions with a Personal account are free, but you'll need a Premier or Business account to accept debit or credit card payments, for which you'll pay a small fee. Opening a PayPal account and withdrawing money to a U.S. bank account are free.

    NOTE: PayPal fees apply only to completed transactions. PayPal does not charge setup, gateway, or monthly fees to maintain an account.

    For the most up-to-date information about PayPal accounts and fees, please see PayPal's account and fee documentation and complete fee schedule.

    Which account type is right for you?:

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    TAGS: Paypal, eCommerce, shopping cart


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