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PayPal integration questions

  1. klondike91
    Member

    Can you please clarify if the PayPal option with the Developer version allows the users to submit payments/donations WITHOUT being directed to the PayPal site? Can the complete donation transaction take place on my site using Gravity Forms? What version of Paypal is required and does Gravity Forms do this as a standard feature without custom programming? Also, where is the credit card data stored? We do not want any secure payment data stored on our site, but do want capture donor profile information (name, address, etc.). Thanks.

    PS - My developer license expired in August 2012, can I renew it or must I buy a completely new liceense?

    Posted 7 years ago on Monday March 18, 2013 | Permalink
  2. We offer two PayPal add-ons:

    1. PayPal Standard will direct users to the PayPal website to complete their transaction. You need only a standard PayPal account which has no monthly fees associated with it.
    2. PayPal Pro will handle the transaction on your site without the visitor ever leaving. This requires a PayPal Payments Pro account, which is $30 per month. Additionally, you must install an SSL certificate on your site to secure the credit card details in transit.

    Either add-on will require a Gravity Forms developer license.

    No credit card details are stored on your site in any case.

    No programming is required.

    It has been too long since your license expired (we offer a 60 day grace period) so you will need to purchase a new license.

    Posted 7 years ago on Tuesday March 19, 2013 | Permalink
  3. hii, i want to integrate paypal in my online shoping website . but i didn't understand which is suitable code for this integration..please help me in integration

    Posted 6 years ago on Saturday June 22, 2013 | Permalink