You can find your license key in an email sent to the email account that you used while purchasing. If you don’t find an email in your Inbox folder, please check your spam folder. Alternately, you can login & go to your Purchase History page for downloading the latest version of your plugins as well as viewing the license key for your plugins.
Yes, you can force the users to only pay the deposit amount. They won’t get an option to pay in full.
You can collect deposits based on a fixed amount, a percentage of the product price, or create different payment plans.
Yes, you can enable checkout based deposits to apply deposit on the whole order total and the deposit options will be displayed on the checkout page.
If the deposit type is payment plans, then the invoices will be sent automatically on the scheduled dates. For fixed/percentage type deposits, the invoices will have to sent manually.
The scheduled dates for Payment plans will be calculated based on the plan steps. It’s not possible currently to set a date for fixed/percentage type deposit.
Automatic recurring payments are not supported yet. Although we will include them in the future update.
Yes! Virtual products will not become available until an order is marked as Completed.
Yes, you can disable certain payment gateways if there is a deposit based product in the cart.
Yes. You can create payment plans such that the customer will have to pay full amount if the booking date is within X days as set in the payment plan.
You can renew your license at the same price at which the plugin was purchased for.
No way. If your license expires, your plugins will still work just fine unless something changes with the WordPress core itself. You just won’t have access to download the plugins, won’t receive product updates and won’t be able to access the incredible product support that we offer.
We have made every effort to make our plugin compliant to the GDPR guidelines. As a part of compliance we do not capture any data of end users and customers without consent.