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aztec
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Posted - March 11 2009 :  06:30:25  Show Profile  Visit aztec's Homepage  Reply with Quote
Can a customer simply buy without having to create an account? I know this turns me off when I am shopping.

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aztec
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Posted - March 23 2009 :  06:04:50  Show Profile  Visit aztec's Homepage  Reply with Quote
OK, so I figured that one out... now can anyone help me with flat-rate shipping please? My test orders are told they're from an invalid country... any assistance appreciated

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njlech
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Posted - March 23 2009 :  12:32:49  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
quote:
Originally posted by aztec

Can a customer simply buy without having to create an account? I know this turns me off when I am shopping.

Cheers

http://aztecit.com.au

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If your customer does not create an account, then how can you bill and ship products to the customer?
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aztec
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Posted - March 26 2009 :  05:27:22  Show Profile  Visit aztec's Homepage  Reply with Quote
Hi... when customer clicks Check-out, instead of being prompted to either login-in or create an account, it goes straight to name, address, shipping address etc. VPASP creates an account from these details, but the customer never knows that. A cookie will populate all those fields if they shop again from the same PC. If from another PC, they can enter them again & get another (invisible) account.

This is one less step to turn customers off. When I shop online, all I want is to see a total owing before I give any details (i.e. before I decide to buy). Once the helpdesk (Hello!) sort out my fixed-price shipping, I hope to have that displayed in shopping cart, before checkout commences.

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