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    Default Multiple Accounts/Channels

    I have a Bluepark powered site which sells a number of items. Proceeds for these items go to one bank account.. I would like to add a couple of other items to be directed to a different bank account. Is this possible? Is it the multi-channel option I need to invest in? I don't want to have separate website, just separate bank details depending on the items purchased.

    Thanks in advance

    MT

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    If I've understood you correctly, this is not possible because Bluepark is a CMS not a payment provider. My guess is that this is also not something that any payment provider could cope with either.

    It is properly an internal accounting function of yours in my view.

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    Hi Chris

    Thanks for the reply.

    Probably wasn't well articulated on my part.. long day.

    I provide a number of items from a third party on my website. Payments are made through their sage system, they deal with dispatch etc. I now wish to add a few items of my own to the same shop and wondered how I may be able to add an alternate payment processor which can be specified for each item.

    MT


    Quote Originally Posted by CLO View Post
    If I've understood you correctly, this is not possible because Bluepark is a CMS not a payment provider. My guess is that this is also not something that any payment provider could cope with either.

    It is properly an internal accounting function of yours in my view.

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    Unless somebody comes on here and gives you another answer, I'm afraid what you're after is not possible. Probably not with any CMS either.

    The only solution I can think of is to have product pages which are not true products, and write all the code to utilise another payment processor, like Stripe - but you would have to bypass the Bluepark basket and checkout pages too. Possible, but a bit of work. Please PM me if you want me to explain a bit further.

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    I thinks it's a no goer, you could have a customer that want to purchase a Third Party item and one of your own, you are not going to be able to split the payments, P&P etc
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    Quote Originally Posted by Thompsonmarkp View Post
    I provide a number of items from a third party on my website. Payments are made through their sage system, they deal with dispatch etc.

    MT
    Are you saying that you do not currently process any payments on your site thro your checkout ? (Payments are made through their sage system, ) if that is true then maybe you could set up your site for your items to be paid direct,

    But as MountMan says anyone wanting to buy from both sources would be complicated.

    CLO's option, you could use paypal buttons for specific products (non product page), but you wouldn't want too many to set up.
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