Radium3 Adds Support for PayPal Website Payments Pro

Another addition to our list of supported payment processors went live this week. Now you can accept credit card payments through your Radium3 store via PayPal's Website Payments Pro

Pro vs. Standard

We've always had support for PayPal's Website Payments Standard, so what's the difference with Pro? The biggest difference is that Pro allows your customers to complete their entire checkout experience on your Radium3 website, without being directed offsite to PayPal's own checkout pages.

Just like Standard, Pro offers you a one-stop shop for all payment processing. Rather than having to have a separate merchant account and gateway, Website Payments Pro wraps it all up in one system and since it's PayPal, it's likely a system you're already familiar with.

The pricing structure is different with Pro as compared to Standard. Pro assesses a monthly fee but offers discounted transaction fees based on volume of sales. So, stores that generate more sales may find Pro to be more attractive in overal cost, but that decision must be made by you based on your store's situation.

Get more information about Website Payments Pro, its benefits and its pricing structure here on the PayPal website.

Ready to Integrate

Once you have a Website Payments Pro account, all it takes is plugging a few pieces of information into the Radium3 system and you'll be up and running. Simply log into your Radium3 site and visit Store -> Settings -> Payments then check the box that says "Enable credit card payments" and select "Website Payments Pro" from the list of processors (which now includes Authorize.net, Payflow Pro, Stripe and Website Payments Pro.)  If you need help, you may contact our support team at any time at support@radium3.com.

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