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Is this possible

Thread began 3/12/2009 12:48 pm by pdesignz | Last modified 3/12/2009 4:54 pm by Art | 1315 views | 2 replies |

pdesignz

Is this possible

I am working with a non-profit on building them a store. I have had webassist products for years, but have never really used them. In the past I have used established ecommerce solutions like BVcommerce & aspdotnetstorefront. I figured that since I have the extensions, why not see if I can get them to work and see how they compare to other ecommerce solutions. Anyway, what I was wondering in the store they are looking to share products, so some of the products would like to be processed and passed to bank account A and other products would then be processed and sent to bank account B. I wanted to find out if this was possible if yes, how would this be accomplished.

Thank You

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Ray BorduinWebAssist

It would show up as two transactions on their statement, other than that it is probably possible with any local checkout gateway like Paypal DirectPay or Authorize.net. You would of course need two accounts with whatever gateway you use.

The standard method is to pay one central party and distribute funds from that account based on reporting, but you could probably save the reporting and post to two accounts if you really needed to.

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Art

Build two store?

I would just build two identical stores

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