Welcome to our community support forums! We're here to help - but if you have an urgent request for a Pro Plugin, you will get a prioritised response through our Premium Support page.
March 22, 2013 at 12:59 pm #28332dontforgetmarioParticipant
I’m creating an Events Community website where the idea so far is this:
1.- users can create their own events using Wp-types (CRED)
2.- Events are created as productos in Woocommerce
3.- Members are able to sell their tickets through woocommerce
4.- I should be able to pay them the tickets they sell except a small commision I keep.
As far as I understand Commision King calculate those commisions automatically, my questions:
5.- Do I have to assign sellers to their products they have created “by hand” in the CK tab in Woocommerce? or can CK assign the “product creator” to the CK automatically?
6.- When I make the commision payments using PayPal, will PayPal apply a Commision to the payment?
7.- Does appear in seller member area which users bought their tickets?
MarioApril 9, 2013 at 1:53 am #28453Luke CarbisParticipant
Sorry for the delayed response, I’ve been in and out of airports for a few days.
5. Commission King doesn’t support automatically assigning commissions to new products, so you would have to assign them manually. If you want to get in touch with me directly, I can provide with a quote on creating some custom code, specifically for your website, which will interface with commission king so you don’t have to do it manually.
6. It depends on lots of things – your paypal account type, the country your account is in, etc. I believe that in most cases you will have to pay a fee – but that amount varies in different situations. Contact PayPal to be sure, though.
7. Yes! There is an option in Commission King which will allow you to show the purchaser’s details (name, address, email) to the commission recipient. It’s turned off by default, but it can be found in the Settings section.
Hope that answers your questions. 🙂April 9, 2013 at 2:17 am #28458dontforgetmarioParticipant
Have you been in airports more that 2 weeks? 🙂
5.- Your competitors assign the commission to the creator automatically, so I see no reason to pay extra for it, but thanks for offering it.
6.- So you mean I pay 3.5% + 35¢ (in Spain) for the sale of the product and then again a commission to PayPal for paying the commission to the seller? So at the end of the day I could be paying over 7% commissions? That’s point that is not clear anywhere, which I find really important.
7.- Nice thanks.April 9, 2013 at 2:40 am #28459Luke CarbisParticipant
In and out of countries – yes. I’ve been between Jerusalem, Tel Aviv, Athens, all in a bit of a whirlwind. I’m in Rome now, and staying put for a while!
5. Maybe I didn’t understand the question correctly. Yes – Commission King automatically assings a commission to the commission recipient when the product is sold, but No – Commission King doesn’t automatically assign the commission settings (such as the amount, percentage vs. fixed, the recipients etc.) when you create a new product.
6. You can organise with your commission recipients to use cheque or direct deposit if you want to avoid fees, but unfortunately PayPal fees are something completely out of our control, and different for everyone. I will, however, add a disclaimer in the readme file for the next version of CK that mentions this specifically.
We’d love to continue to improve commission king to make sure it’s the best plugin of it’s kind available. If you have any specific feature requests, please make a new topic with as much detail as you can provide, and we can discuss them there.
- The forum ‘Support’ is closed to new topics and replies.