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Magento 1 PayPal Adaptive PaymentsMagento 1 PayPal Adaptive Payments

Magento 1 PayPal Adaptive Payments

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£79.00
PayPal Adaptive Extension surely smoothen the process for store admin as admin can use the module in any way , in case of split payment all the payment will be divided among sellers. PayPal Adaptive Payment will split the payment among seller and admin dynamically. This module will work accurately with PayPal Parallel and Chained payment method. PayPal Adaptive Payment - Simple  Method: Simple payments enable a sender to send a single payment to a single receiver. This is sometimes considered a traditional payment, such as a payment from a buyer to a seller. PayPal Adaptive Payment - Parallel Method: When “Parallel Method” is selected by the admin from the back-end, then the payment from the customer is splitted among various receiver like admin and sellers. The payment directly goes into the PayPal account of seller and admin.
  • Payment from the buyer gets splitted among seller & admin.
  • Payment directly goes to the seller and admin account.
PayPal Adaptive Payment - Chained Method: When “chained method” is selected, then admin can get two option- instant and delayed. The primary receiver (admin) keeps some of the payment and pays the rest to one or more secondary receivers (sellers/vendors). Admin can select any one of them as the payment method. When “delayed” is selected from the back-end then whole payment comes to the admin (primary receiver). After keeping admin's commission, admin releases the seller's amount after some point of time. When “instant” is selected from the back-end, then whole payment will first go to the admin's account(primary receiver) and after that payment gets divided among the multiple seller (secondary receivers) and goes to the seller's account. Here the buyer will only see the payment summary of the Admin.
  • Admin can select either instant or delayed.
  • In “instant” method, payment comes to the primary receiver (Admin) and then goes to the sellers.
  • In “delayed” method, payment comes to the primary receiver( admin) and then admin releases the seller's amount manually.
  • In Chained Payment, buyer will only see the payment summary of the Admin.
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Magento 2 PayPal Adaptive Payments

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Adaptive payments handles payments between a sender of a payment and one or more receivers of the payment.Multi-Vendor PayPal Adaptive payment strengthens the payment section of the marketplace by providing an online payment feature.Using this adaptive payment merchant can smoothly manage the admin to vendor commission transaction.Site owner will get his commission and shipping amount for the orders. Note: Ordered amounts & admin commission calculation will be done by based on your magento market place. Paypal Adaptive Payment types : Adaptive Payments provides several kinds of payment: Simple, Parallel, and Chained payments. Simple payments: Simple payments enable a sender to send a single payment to a single receiver. For example, your website can use an Adaptive Payments payment flow to transfer money resulting from a sale from your customer's PayPal account to your own account. This is the traditional kind of payment. Parallel Payments: Parallel payments enable a sender to send a single payment to multiple receivers. For example, your application might be a shopping cart that enables a buyer to pay for items from several merchants with one payment. Your shopping cart allocates the payment to merchants that actually provided the items. PayPal then deducts money from the sender's account and deposits it in the receivers' accounts. Chained Payments: Chained payments enable a sender to send a single payment to a primary receiver. The primary receiver keeps part of the payment and pays secondary receivers the remainder. For example, the primary receiver receives $100 from the sender's perspective. The primary receiver actually receives only $10 and passes a total of $90 to secondary receivers, Receiver 2 and Receiver 3.