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How can I put a charge in the payment area that is impossible to unselect and varies depends on what else is selected?Asked by jnoreman on November 05, 2015 at 04:06 PM
I need to add 8% processing fee to whatever someone selects. So if they select a $200. item, I want to be able to add $16 to that as a "processing fee" field. But it must not variable, depending on the dollar total of items the user selects. And it must not be avoidable / unselectable.
Please advise ASAP.
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You can add a tax value to the payment in your form, please , refer to this guide for further help :
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NO, no, no.
Although this is like tax in how it works, I do NOT want to infer sales tax into this non-taxable item.
I think I figured it out. Please see what I’ve done.
I think what JotForm Support Kevin_G meant was you can use the Tax Wizard tool to create the 8% Online Processing Fee.
I cloned your form and recreated your product listing since I couldn't remove the original field for Online Processing which was 0%.
I then included a new Online Processing fee of 8% and it fixed the problem.
Here's the link of the cloned form.
Hope this helps.
- Randy, fellow JotForm user.
Modified (Cloned) Form
Randy thanks for your help, you are right, the Tax Wizard Tool could be used to add the 8% to the payment amount.
Another option would be add a Calculation Wizard, take the amount to pay and then make the calculation to add the 8%.
Both options should work fine.