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How to set up jotform to accept PayPal and Cheque?Asked by CALMca on March 03, 2015 at 12:19 PM
Hi, we have a conference registration form up but it assumes that everyone is paying via Paypal. Many of our delegates will be paying by cheque through the mail but their conference registration isn't finished if they don't pay through PayPal. I don't know Jotform enough to know how to fix this.
What I'd like is for our form to offer people to click: cheque (then registration is complete by hitting register) or "Paypal" (then registration is complete after going to Paypal).
To do this you will need 3 different forms, but it is easier than it seems.
What I would suggest is to check this guide: How to Create a Basic Multiple Payment form
Based on what you have mentioned, I believe that your jotform is already complete. The only thing would be to clone it 2 more times and from two of them remove all options besides PayPal. Then on one replace the PayPal processing tool with the Purchase Order.
This is all explained in the guide above so I suggest to check it out and try to follow it, but to remember us and let us know as soon as you need our assistance and we would be happy to assist.
Hooboy ok, I'll take a stab at this.
There is also an alternative "multi payment" solution:
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