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    Brandon Smith commented  · 

    For a plugin that's this expensive, it's ridiculous that there is no way to import rates using a CSV file!

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    21 comments  ·  WooCommerce » Category - Extension Ideas  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →
    Brandon Smith commented  · 

    I think it would be better to build integrations with existing CRMs like Capsule, Sugar, etc.

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    Brandon Smith commented  · 

    The other thing this would be useful for is when you want to delay the charging of a card because of cycle billing.

    We ship our product 2x per month. Due to credit card merchant account regulations, we are not supposed to charge our customers more than 48 hours before we ship the product. I see that there is no built in support for this kind of functionality in the Woo Subscriptions plug in (I hope it's coming soon!), but for now they recommend using a "Free Trial Period" to delay the payment to the time of the shipping date. However, we want to give customers a coupon that gives them 10% off their first order. I've set up a Cart% coupon, which works as long as I don't have a trial period but when I have a trial period on the product, it nullifies this coupon. Can anyone suggest a way to accomplish this? It seems that it would be possible if there were an option to bill the sign-up fee after the trial period.

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