PayPal Secondary Account Rules
Use a variety of condition triggers to build rules that will send WooCommerce order payments to different PayPal accounts depending on order or buyer details.
Create rules to send WooCommerce order payments to one PayPal or another depending on the order total. This is great for sending low dollar orders to a MicroPayments account to save on fees, while all other payments go to a standard account.
Send WooCommerce order payments to different PayPal accounts depending on the WooCommerce base store country or the buyer’s country.
Build rules to send WooCommerce order payments to different PayPal accounts based on the individual product, product category, and/or product tags.
Do you have different roles assigned to members of your site? Would you like to send payments for some user roles to one PayPal account and payments for other user roles to another? Now you can!
Working with products that are owned by different users on your site? Create rules to have payments go directly to the product owner’s PayPal account. This is great for use with WC Vendors and Dokan Marketplace plugins!
Send payments to different PayPal accounts based on the shipping class assigned to products on the order.
Do you have separate PayPal accounts that hold balances in different currencies based on your business locations around the world? Build rules to send WooCommerce order payments to different PayPal accounts based on the currency code being used on the order.
This example would send any payment for the PayPal Help product to the email@example.com PayPal account. Also, a 10% commission would be paid to the site owner.
PayPal Split Payments
What if more than one rule gets triggered on a single order? No problem! The plugin will split the payment among up to ten separate PayPal accounts on a single order!
- Pay multiple product vendors
- Send commissions to your own account
- Manage MicroPayment orders to save money on fees
- Send payments in different currencies to different accounts
If only a single rule is triggered, that account will be paid directly.If multiple rules are triggered, the split will happen accordingly.
This step-by-step guide shows you how to use the PayPal Multi Account plugin to split a single order payment between two seller accounts.
This step-by-step guide shows you how to use our plugin so that payments can be spread across multiple accounts regardless of any specific rules being triggered.
Stop Paying Too Much in Fees on Low Dollar Items!
If you are selling low-price items on your website (typically anything $12.00 or lower) then you want to make sure those orders are processed using a PayPal MicroPayments account in order to get the best rate on fees. The PayPal transaction fee structure is adjusted to account for these low-price items and you can save quite a bit of money on fees if you process these payments as MicroPayments.
Unfortunately, a single PayPal account cannot handle both regular (Macro) payments as well as MicroPayments at the same time. In order to utilize the MicroPayment fee structure you need to create a separate account that has this structure setup. Of course, you would NOT want to send regularly priced items to this account because then the fee would end up more expensive than the standard rate. So what do you do if you sell both low price items and regularly priced items from the same WooCommerce store?
Now you can use this plugin to solve that exact problem! Simply add your PayPal MicroPayments account with a rule that specifies what order amount should be processed with this account. Now, orders that would be better for you at the regular rate will be processed with your standard PayPal account, and orders that would be better for you at the MicroPayment rate will be processed with your MicroPayment account.
This can save you BIG TIME on fees throughout the course of a year!