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I have questions on the payment integration progessAsked by loganwolf on December 02, 2014 at 01:38 PMI have questions on the payment integration progess. Who can I talk to at your office. We have been using this to allow our clients to make a credit card payment for their insurance premium. There are instances where they request a payment and they don't know how much they owe and we allow them to just tell us what month to pay through and then we calculate the amount to process and let them know what was processed. I don't show that this variable is possible using your forms.We use the form to then enter a paypal payment through the paypal virtual terminal. Any ideas on how we can replicate this using jot forms?I need to review all payments before they are processed and be able to have the member set the amount of the payment. Any ideas?
Wolfpack Insurance Services, Inc.
I understand you have questions about the payment integration progress. However, we do not provide phone support so you are more than welcome to ask any questions you might have separately here in our forum and we will answer them promptly.
The most we offer for PayPal related transactions is our Payment Integrations for PayPal, PayPal Express, and PayPal Pro.
I think in your case though this might be a little more complex because you are in need of a custom solution to adjust the flow of the transaction per user details on an as-needed basis. So for this it may be better to use a custom amount and have that sent into paypal which you may find of interest. It will involve using a form calculation so that the cost adjusts accordingly.
As for the other two questions you had I have split those into separate topics to avoid confusion.