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    6 comments  ·  WooCommerce » Extension - WooCommerce Deposits  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →
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    Aimee commented  · 

    What ever happened to this from 4 years ago when it was on the roadmap? Payment plans are NOT the same as subscriptions and using the Subscribe All the Things is an awkward work around.

    I need to be able to offer a product with different payments - one payment, two payment, four payment...I would like to use variable products for this and use Deposits plugin (or better yet a payment plan plugin). But instead I'm left creating 3 individual products, one simple and two subscription, then having a grouped product page. And I have three versions of each product so now on my grouped product page I have like 8 products and it's NOT user friendly or attractive.

    But I cannot use Deposits unless you automatically charge the card on the schedule that is set. When is the last time you bought something where they ask you to go in and manually make another payment on it? I think back to the days I had layaway at department stores in the 90s. That's when you made your own manual payments, not in the 2020s. :-(

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    Aimee commented  · 

    This is a big big deal for me. Can't use Deposits without it. We regularly offer payment plans and it has to be automated - like pretty much every payment plan is. Our demographic is not super tech savvy, email invoices would easily get overlooked. We only sell digital products too and so they have access to most of their product on the first payment, we want to make it super simple to get their second payment for them and for us. Even with automated payments the second one could get declined, so we still have a decent bit of follow up, I can only imagine how much follow up it would be if it were not automated. I already have Authorize.net CIM it's just Deposits being able to access it like Subscriptions extension can. Maybe check out their code?

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