Hello hope you doing well um when I do bogus gateway to test the payment that works but when I enable test mode on adyen or authorize.net to test doesn't work hope you solve that I suffered for that problem because I see costumers placing the order and reached checkout but they don't complete the order
The two payment providers you mentioned are third-party, and are therefore managed and supported by their respective developers and teams outside of the Shopify platform. Because of this, your next best step here is to contact their support team directly for troubleshooting, as they're best equipped to support you with any potential issues that may be occurring on their gateway.
Out of curiosity, is there a particular reason why you're using those payment gateways? If eligible, we have our native payment gateway of Shopify Payments available to use too. I'll leave our guide for Shopify Payments here in case you'd like to read more about it and check your store's eligibility for it.
I do this payment for testing if the payment for costumers works can you recommend me some providers that I can use for my store without any issue
As mentioned, you can look into using Shopify Payments on your store, which is our native payment provider option. Shopify Payments is limited to specific regions, however, and you must also check to see if your business meets the region criteria.
Where is your store located and operating from? Have you checked the Shopify Payments guide I linked in my previous reply?
If not, I encourage you to access the link and go through the document on your end, as it'll give you a better idea of our Shopify Payments offering and whether or not your business is eligible to use it.
The problem is that me I locate in morocco and I do the usa adress but when I do the payment provider shopify payment they required me some like ssn but I don't live in usa so yeah
Gotcha, thanks for the added context.
Shopify Payments accounts are region-specific, so if you'd like to use Shopify Payments in any region, you'll need to meet all the requirements listed for that specific region and be able to fill out all the fields of the Shopify Payments onboarding form.
At this stage, Morocco isn't a supportable region for Shopify Payments, so I encourage you to browse our list of third-party payment gateways here instead. You can type in your country within the box provided on that page, and a list of payment gateways will appear. I can see that the popular gateway of PayPal Express Checkout looks to be on the list for Morocco, so if you haven't already done so I recommend considering them and looking into them in more detail to see if their gateway will suit your business' needs.
Keep in mind that because all payment gateways on the list in the above link are developed and operated outside of the Shopify platform, if you have any questions or concerns about any of them you'll need to contact the respective gateway's support team directly as they're best equipped to help you.
I'm already have PayPal provider in my store but what if the costumers doesn't have PayPal I need provider that like have cards that why I did usa address and I did adyen providers etc..
Depending on the region, you can enable guest payments for your store's PayPal Express Checkout, and this will allow your customers to pay with their credit card without needing a PayPal account.
Activating this feature will require that you link your own credit card to your PayPal business account, and you'll then need to change the settings in your PayPal account by following the instructions in this guide. As mentioned however, because this feature is only available for some regions, you can contact the PayPal support team directly if you'd like to confirm whether or not this feature applies to Morocco. More information about this can be found in our help guide here.
Alternatively and as mentioned, you can also look into implementing a different payment gateway from the list I sent in my previous reply, to allow customers to pay for their order on your store using their card.
but when i do paypal and i go check in my checkout i see you can pay just with paypal and not a credit card options not like if i do a provider like a i mentioned before
Have you turned on the guest payment feature on your PayPal account?
As explained in my previous reply, if your region supports it you can turn the feature on by following the steps listed in the link I shared in my earlier reply. Once guest payment is enabled, customers can then pay for their order on your store using their card.
Hello the problem I have now I need to active shopify payments but I'm not living in usa they tell me ein or ssn idk what is it but I'm not living in usa that's the problem
I fixed that problem but I changed the location to united Kingdom the problem is in the shopify payment has pound currency and the costumer will see the pound currency is there how to change it to dollar without change the location to united kingdom
You can change your store's currency by navigating to Settings > Store details. From there, scroll down to the Store currency section to choose your preferred currency from the list.
Just a note that if you've made any sales on your store, you won't be able to change your store's currency directly from the Shopify admin yourself. Our support team will need to update this on your behalf, so if this is the case for your store please contact our live support team via the Help Center here and by typing contact support in the chat box, and we can assist you further with this.
I'd also like to reiterate once more, that our Shopify Payments gateway is region-specific, meaning that you'll be required to meet all the requirements listed for the specific region that you signed up for. You mentioned that you're based in Morocco, but are now using Shopify Payments UK — can you confirm for me if you meet the requirements listed here to be using Shopify Payments UK please?
The reason that I'm asking is because our Shopify Payments team, along with our banking partners, can contact you at any point to review your account information. If they've found that your account doesn't meet the requirements to be using Shopify Payments UK, they may then let you know that you won't be able to continue using Shopify Payments unless you can provide the necessary information or documents to support your account's eligibility to be using Shopify Payments UK. I'd just like to ensure that you're fully aware of this, in case your account is placed under review by our team.
No I change the region to uk because I'm in and the problem the currency not to change I have dollar currency but when I did uk shopify payment changed to pound and I need to change it to dollar but still in uk shopify payment
Just so that I'm fully understanding what you're looking to achieve, are you wanting to change your website's currency to dollars/USD? Or are you looking to change your store's payout currency, meaning the currency that you're getting paid on your bank account, to dollars/USD?
If it's the first scenario, I've outlined the steps on how you can change your website's currency in my previous reply — have a read through it in order to achieve this for your store.
If you're looking to change the currency that you're getting paid in however, this isn't a feature that's currently available for stores with a UK location — for the UK, only GBP (Pound sterling) is available as a payout currency. While Shopify Payments does allow for stores to sell and get paid in different currencies, at this stage the feature is limited to certain regions and currencies only. You can check this help guide, in particular the table available within that page, to see the available payout currency for each of the Shopify Payments supported region.
Gotcha — if you're looking to change the currency of your store back to dollars, so that customers can pay in dollars on checkout, you can follow the steps I outlined previously in order to achieve this. The same instructions are also available in our help guide here. As stated on the help guide, if you don't see the option to change your store's currency within the admin, please contact our live support team so that we can help make this change for you from our end.
In regards to your subscription fee payment, can you check that the card you're using meets the following requirements please?
If you've ensured that all of the above criteria are met, but you're still running into issues with paying for your subscription, you can reach out to your bank or card issuer directly so that they can help you troubleshoot the card decline and investigate this further for you from their end.
no the payment that i want to pay is on another store not this new one ofc and i want to pay billing to start like costumize and they tell me your card has been declined but my card is working with all requirements so please if you can fix in this 2 days because i need the store and thank you
As mentioned, if the card meets all of the requirements listed please contact your bank or card provider so that they can investigate the failed payment on their end.
If you haven't already done so, I also recommend trying to pay for the charge via an incognito window, or a different browser or device to see if that helps.
If the above still hasn't worked, and if your bank or card provider has confirmed that there isn't an issue with your card, please contact our live support team via the Help Center here so that we can further assist.
Hi me again sorry for bothering you hm the problem that I face is the costumers reached checkout and not completing the orders and all the payment are working no problem can you tell me why exactly
And where I can find names of those who didn't complete the orders cuz when I go to abandoned orders I se ejust mine when I was trying the payments
Hi again, @sereniscents.
There could be a variety of reasons why customers aren't completing their orders — if your checkout is functioning as intended, then it's typically not something that we can specifically pinpoint the reasoning for.
At the end of the day, while some stores may see a high amount of traffic on their website, the purchase decision lies within the customer. As there are a few factors that can influence a customer's purchase decision, I encourage you to go through some of these factors in our blog here, to see if you can analyze your store from a customer's perspective and make any necessary changes where you see fit.
Keep in mind also that at times, there could be external factors beyond your control as a business owner that can impact the overall success of your store. Industry trends, for example, may influence consumer behaviour and their purchasing decisions too. So it's important to identify and analyze these factors, and adapt to changing circumstances in order to navigate these challenges, which is all part of doing business.
If you're open to feedback for your store, feel free to share a link to it here on this thread, and I'd be happy to look through it and offer my suggestions.
In regards to the abandoned checkout, just a note that if a customer reaches checkout but doesn't enter any of their information, Shopify's system won't create an abandoned checkout for them since there is no customer information to associate the checkout with. So in order for a customer's purchase attempt to show up on your store's abandoned checkout list, the customer will need to not only click into the checkout button to reach it, but also enter their customer information before leaving the checkout process.
Thanks for sharing your store link! A couple of things stood out to me, I'll list them below for you to go through on your end:
It looks like your domain isn't hosted on Shopify, so if you need help with removing that A record from your DNS settings, then you can reach out to your domain provider's support team directly so that they can help.
I'll leave it at that for now for you to work on — I can see that you've set a password page on your store, which is a great idea while you're making changes to it. Other resources that I think you'll benefit from are available below, feel free to go through them on your end as you see fit:
Yep it was still in working now I end it but the problem loading idk how to fix it I did seo optimization but u don't think is can resolve the problem the a record domain is it the problem of loading?
The loading issue wouldn't have anything to do with your store's SEO. As mentioned, having more than one A record attached to your root domain can cause issues, and I can see that you still have two records available currently for your root domain.
Removing the incorrect A record, the one I outlined in my previous reply, should fix the loading issue. But keep in mind that any changes to a domain's DNS settings may take up to 48 hours to be implemented fully, so after removing the incorrect A record you may have to wait before you see an improvement with your store's loading issue.
As your domain is hosted on Namecheap, which is a third-party provider that operates outside of the Shopify platform, you'll need to contact the Namecheap support team so that they can help you. You can send them this link, and the screenshot I previously shared, which shows the incorrect A record that you're looking to remove from your root domain.
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