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    I have setup everything online with paypal, but how do i get my members to upgrade from a registered user to a paid up member ? i just cant work out how to get them to get to a link to purchase an account

    please help

  • #2
    Setup the Paypal option:

    Admin CP -> Paid Subscriptions -> Payment API Manager

    Then create a paid subscription:

    Admin CP -> Paid Subscriptions -> Add New Subscription

    Users can purchase it in their:

    User CP -> Paid Subscriptions

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    • #3
      Cheers Jake, Top Man

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      • #4
        I have mine set up through this method and it works great when it works. But I have had a few users who haven't gotten past the "Order Using PayPal" button. When they click on it, instead of being taken to the invoice/purchase page some users are being sent to PayPal's homepage with none of the subscription info being transfered. Any idea what the problem is? So far one user on a Mac running Firefox, and a Vista user running Explorer 7 have been confirmed as running into this problem. But it might be more widespread as about 70% of my subscribers are having this problem but I can't confirm what software they are running.

        Any help appreciated.

        Originally posted by Jake Bunce View Post
        Setup the Paypal option:

        Admin CP -> Paid Subscriptions -> Payment API Manager

        Then create a paid subscription:

        Admin CP -> Paid Subscriptions -> Add New Subscription

        Users can purchase it in their:

        User CP -> Paid Subscriptions

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        • #5
          Please do not piggyback threads, start your own thread with your own information.

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          • #6
            The first peron's question was answered and I thought mine was related. I don't think this forum needs more forums with the same questions and content does it?
            Originally posted by Zachery View Post
            Please do not piggyback threads, start your own thread with your own information.

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            • #7
              Your issue may be similiar, but rarely are two similiar errors the same. Each user should start a thread of their own with their own issue. Troubleshooting mutiple issues in the same thread gets confusing and frustrating.

              If we didn't want you to open a new thread and "clutter" the forum we wouldn't ask you to

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              • #8
                Understood. Thanks.

                Originally posted by Zachery View Post
                Your issue may be similiar, but rarely are two similiar errors the same. Each user should start a thread of their own with their own issue. Troubleshooting mutiple issues in the same thread gets confusing and frustrating.

                If we didn't want you to open a new thread and "clutter" the forum we wouldn't ask you to

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