Do you need a way to allow customers to place an order before providing payment information? Maybe you need to calculate shipments manually for every order or maybe you want to be able to approve/cancel an order before the customer actually pays. Do you want to only do this for specific scenarios – like a specific product category or shipping method being used? WooCommerce Purchase Order Payment Gateway allows you to separate the checkout process from the payment process to give you more flexibility with your WooCommerce shop. Got questions? Use one of the comment forms below!
Allows you to filter orders by payment type.
Increase your conversion rate by promoting the key benefit of your product in the Add to Cart button!
Adds a “Downloads” tab and displays a link to any document attached to the product. Includes filetype icons for pdf, docx, and xlsx. The Title of the file is displayed as the link. In order […]
Disable Free Shipping for special classes or categories of products
Stop wasting so much time creating shipping labels on UPS.com, copying/pasting!
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