April 4, 2012 Update: 2Checkout Cart Integration and More

  • Jason@DPD
  • April 5, 2012
  • 1 Comment

Today we’re pleased to release upgraded 2Checkout (2CO) support to a full cart processor for our new cart and checkout.

2Checkout.com (2CO) is a worldwide leader in payments and e-commerce services. 2CO powers online sellers with a global platform of payment methods and a world-class fraud prevention service on secure and reliable PCI-compliant payment pages.

2Checkout’s payments platform bundles a gateway and merchant account into one single offering with no need to contract with a merchant bank or manage separate agreements. You can accept Visa, MasterCard, AMEX, Discover, PayPal, Diner’s Club, JCB and Debit cards (in the U.S.) from one solution through 2Checkout’s fully secure hosted payment pages. In addition, 2CO provides call center support, full SSL certification, and the system is translatable in 15 languages and 26 international currencies for buyers and sellers in over 200 countries.

Use promo code DPD2CO for a full waiver of 2Checkout’s $49 signup fee! Visit www.2checkout.com , click “Sign Up Now”, complete the application, and then enter the code into the promo code field to get started with no signup fee.

Integrating DPD with 2Checkout is easy and only takes a minute. For more information, view our KB article 2Checkout Processor Setup

Other fixes and improvements in this update:

  • Added the ability to edit customer name and email on file in DPD
  • Added optional phone number field to shipping address collection in the new cart. Turn on phone number collection by going to Theme > Current Theme > Shipping in DPD.
  • Fixed a bug related to free checkouts

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    by Greg
    Apr 06th, 2012

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    I’m not sure if adding so many payment solutions is necessary, but i would like the best and most notable payments solutions for my customers.

    If I’m currently using PayPal and Stripe, would it behoove me to also have 2CO as well, or 2CO instead of Stripe… or is it just a personal preference between the two?

    Thank you for helping to clarify,

    Greg

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