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Thread: Payments

  1. #1
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    Payments

    I am trying to set up payments through pay pal in iPanel. When someone clicks on the Pay Now with paypal button, the recieve this error:



    The seller accepts encrypted website payments only. You cannot pay the seller through un-encrypted buttons. Please contact your seller for more details.

    How do I resolve this?

  2. #2
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    You need an SSL certificate setup on the domain they are buying through.

    You can get basic SSL Certs from around 30-300$ depending on where you go.

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    Login to your paypal account and under payment preferences or something, uncheck use only encrypted buttons.
    However you should use only encrypted buttons to avoid spoofing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cody Salter View Post
    You need an SSL certificate setup on the domain they are buying through.

    You can get basic SSL Certs from around 30-300$ depending on where you go.
    Here's a promo link for $14.99 SSL certificates from GoDaddy:

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    some hosts give these away free. For example, innohosting. That's how I got mine and I don't have to pay a yearly fee for it. It comes free with the hosting package and gets auto renewed each year.

  6. #6
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    Steve_Arm is right, its a paypal setting not a SSL issue. There is an option under your paypal account that only allows you to use encrypted buttons. Turn that off and it will work. Had that issue the other day.

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