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Thank you so much!
I think the OP was asking what I need to know, but since I am not sure, I need to ask anyway.
So, if I have an offer where people click an Affiliates link then they Opt-in to the offer for free then they get a Thank You page that has another (paid) offer…will that Affiliate (the original referrer) be credited with that sale even though it is like a secondary action? All of this would be done on the same domain, but different pages..
Thanks for your help in advance
Have you all contacted Aweber about this and if so, what are they doing to fix it?
I am having the same “Enable for All” not sticking issue and I know that everything is set-up correctly because someone from Tips & Tricks helped me set it up
I am having the same problem with the Enable for all not sticking. Have you all contacted Aweber about this and if so, what are they doing about it? None of my people are going to my list and I am certain it is set-up correctly because someone from Tips and Tricks helped me when I first set it up and I have made no changes since then.
Thanks!March 29, 2011 at 7:10 pm in reply to: Received Payment Verification Failed on an invoice payment NOT sent with eStore #30706
Here’s what the email said:
===== Failure reason =====
Here are some more details for the exact cause of this transaction failure…
Request received for product ID: . Could not find this Product ID in the product database (please check the manage products menu and verify that you have specified the correct product ID).
Not sure how they try to pay, but my point is…this had nothing to do with a product or any connection with WP eStore at all.
I simply I sent them via PayPal. Why would eStor even be involved in that?
Thanks in advance!
Cool Thanks again
Wait, I want to be sure that your fix is going to charge my customers say…$248 when they first purchase, then in another 30 days, they will be charged $248 again right? When using $248 in the Trial area then adding “-1” in the Recurring Billing Count box?
So I am not sure at all how that works…but it does! I thought there was a first payment then a one time recurring payment. No matter now…as I said, what you said above works!
Thanks for all your help amin007!
Interesting…for the two that are not working, there is only 1 recurring payment. So the initial price I have in the “Trial” area and a “1” in the Recurring Billing Count area (as there are only 2 payments with this one – 1 initial and 1 recurring). For the one that is working, I have the initial price in the “Trial” area and a 2 in the Recurring Billing Count area (as there are a total of three payments with that one – 1 initial and 2 recurring). Still need help!