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    is there a way to add a different payment method than the ones you have listed?

    Asked by moonbird on September 28, 2011 at 03:58 PM

    We are interested it know if there is a way to add a payment option that you don't already have listed.  Specifically Intuit Payment Netowrk and how to do that if so..

     

    Thank you

    payment method
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    JotForm Support

    Answered by fxr on September 28, 2011 at 09:03 PM

    Unfortunately, there is no known way of adding Intuit Payment Network as a payment method on JotForm. I have added it to our feature request list, our developers will investigate the feasibility of possibly having it added at some point in the future.

     

    regards. 

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    Answered by islorgs on February 05, 2014 at 03:17 PM

    Has anyone tried to embed the HTML code for one of Intuit's Pay Now buttons? I think Intuit Payment Network just added that feature to their mix... Im about to try that...

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    Answered by TitusN on February 05, 2014 at 03:32 PM

    You can embed almost anything on your form using the HTML text field.

    The challenge is that if there is any functional detail in the embedded Intuit field, it will not be excecuted in relation to the form that is being filled - unless the information being filled out is duplicated. 

    But yes - if the HTML code does not contain JS scripts, it will work fine.

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    Answered by islorgs on February 05, 2014 at 05:32 PM

    OK, so here's the result of my test using Intuit's Pay Now button. I tried embedding the code but it only takes you to the Thank You page of the Jot Form. Assume it has something with the "end form" codes in the HTML code that Intuit provides. My workaround for now is to have the people hit submit, and in a regular text field, tell them that when they hit submit, they'll have to "complete their registration" by clicking the pay button on the Thank You confirmation screen. So I customized the Thank You page and included the HTML code for the pay button there...