woocommerce payment notification

Description

Before you start accepting payment on your site, login to your Voguepay Account go to Settings, Account Settings then API/Payment Settings, then set Notification Method to All and Enable Notification API? to Yes. Then click on Save Changes for the changes to be effected.
It is very important that you do this before you start accepting payment on your site.

This is a Voguepay payment gateway for WooCommerce.

Voguepay is a Nigerian Payment Gateway

Voguepay is a unique online payment processor whose vision is to offer buyers and sellers a secure and easy-to-use means of transacting business online.

VoguePay allows site owners to recieve payment for their goods and services on their website without any setup fee.

To signup for Voguepay visit their website by clicking here

Voguepay WooCommerce Payment Gateway allows you to accept payment on your WooCommerce store using Nigeria issued Visa Card, Mastercard and Verve Cards

With this Voguepay WooCommerce Payment Gateway plugin, you will be able to accept the following payment methods in your shop:

  • MasterCard
  • Visa Card
  • Verve Card

This plugin is meant to be used by merchants in Nigeria.

Plugin Features

  • Accept payment via Visa Card, MasterCard and Verve Card.
  • Seamless integration into the WooCommerce checkout page.
  • Add Naira currency symbol. To select it go to go to WooCommerce > Settings from the left hand menu, then click General from the top tab. From Currency select Naira, then click on Save Changes for your changes to be effected.

Premium Addons

Voguepay WooCommerce Payment Gateway Transaction Log

Voguepay WooCommerce Payment Gateway Transaction Log plugin log and save the full details of every payment notification that happens on your site when using the Voguepay WooCommerce Payment Gateway Plugin.

Some Features Include

  • This plugin logs each payment transaction that is made via the Voguepay WooCommerce Payment Gateway plugin in your WordPress website.
  • It also allows you to view the full details of the each transaction without visiting Voguepay website.
  • You can also search for transaction via it’s transaction id.
  • Plus much more.
    To get the plugin click here

Suggestions / Feature Request

If you have suggestions or a new feature request, feel free to get in touch with me via the contact form on my website here

You can also follow me on Twitter! @tubiz

Contribute

To contribute to this plugin feel free to fork it on GitHub Voguepay WooCommerce Payment Gateway on GitHub

Screenshots

WooCommerce payment gateway setting page

Voguepay Wooocommerce Payment Gateway Setting Page

Voguepay Wooocommerce Payment Gateway method on the checkout page

Successful Payment Transaction Message

Failed Payment Transaction Declined Message

Installation

Automatic Installation

  • Login to your WordPress Admin area
  • Go to “Plugins > Add New” from the left hand menu
  • In the search box type “Voguepay WooCommerce Payment Gateway”
  • From the search result you will see “Voguepay WooCommerce Payment Gateway” click on “Install Now” to install the plugin
  • A popup window will ask you to confirm your wish to install the Plugin.

If this is the first time you’ve installed a WordPress Plugin, you may need to enter the FTP login credential information. If you’ve installed a Plugin before, it will still have the login information. This information is available through your web server host.

  • Click “Proceed” to continue the installation. The resulting installation screen will list the installation as successful or note any problems during the install.
  • If successful, click “Activate Plugin” to activate it, or “Return to Plugin Installer” for further actions.

Manual Installation

  1. Download the plugin zip file
  2. Login to your WordPress Admin. Click on “Plugins > Add New” from the left hand menu.
  3. Click on the “Upload” option, then click “Choose File” to select the zip file from your computer. Once selected, press “OK” and press the “Install Now” button.
  4. Activate the plugin.
  5. Open the settings page for WooCommerce and click the “Payment Gateways,” tab.
  6. Click on the sub tab for “Voguepay Payment Gateway”.
  7. Configure your “Voguepay Payment Gateway” settings. See below for details.

Configure the plugin

To configure the plugin, go to WooCommerce > Settings from the left hand menu, then click “Payment Gateways” from the top tab. You should see “Voguepay Payment Gateway” as an option at the top of the screen. Click on it to configure the payment gateway.

You can select the radio button next to the Voguepay Payment Gateway from the list of payment gateways available to make it the default gateway.

  • Enable/Disable – check the box to enable Voguepay Payment Gateway.
  • Title – allows you to determine what your customers will see this payment option as on the checkout page.
  • Description – controls the message that appears under the payment fields on the checkout page. Here you can list the types of cards you accept.
  • VoguePay Merchant ID – enter your Voguepay Merchant ID, this is gotten from your account page on Voguepay website.
  • Click on Save Changes for the changes you made to be effected.

Automatic Installation

  • Login to your WordPress Admin area
  • Go to “Plugins > Add New” from the left hand menu
  • In the search box type “Voguepay WooCommerce Payment Gateway”
  • From the search result you will see “Voguepay WooCommerce Payment Gateway” click on “Install Now” to install the plugin
  • A popup window will ask you to confirm your wish to install the Plugin.

If this is the first time you’ve installed a WordPress Plugin, you may need to enter the FTP login credential information. If you’ve installed a Plugin before, it will still have the login information. This information is available through your web server host.

  • Click “Proceed” to continue the installation. The resulting installation screen will list the installation as successful or note any problems during the install.
  • If successful, click “Activate Plugin” to activate it, or “Return to Plugin Installer” for further actions.

Manual Installation

  1. Download the plugin zip file
  2. Login to your WordPress Admin. Click on “Plugins > Add New” from the left hand menu.
  3. Click on the “Upload” option, then click “Choose File” to select the zip file from your computer. Once selected, press “OK” and press the “Install Now” button.
  4. Activate the plugin.
  5. Open the settings page for WooCommerce and click the “Payment Gateways,” tab.
  6. Click on the sub tab for “Voguepay Payment Gateway”.
  7. Configure your “Voguepay Payment Gateway” settings. See below for details.

Configure the plugin

To configure the plugin, go to WooCommerce > Settings from the left hand menu, then click “Payment Gateways” from the top tab. You should see “Voguepay Payment Gateway” as an option at the top of the screen. Click on it to configure the payment gateway.

You can select the radio button next to the Voguepay Payment Gateway from the list of payment gateways available to make it the default gateway.

  • Enable/Disable – check the box to enable Voguepay Payment Gateway.
  • Title – allows you to determine what your customers will see this payment option as on the checkout page.
  • Description – controls the message that appears under the payment fields on the checkout page. Here you can list the types of cards you accept.
  • VoguePay Merchant ID – enter your Voguepay Merchant ID, this is gotten from your account page on Voguepay website.
  • Click on Save Changes for the changes you made to be effected.

What Do I Need To Use The Plugin

  1. You need to have the WooCommerce plugin installed and activated on your WordPress site.
  2. You need to open an account on Voguepay

How can we improve WooCommerce?

I would really like to see a function added to WooCommerce Subscriptions extension where the Store Manager or a designated Email Address (separate from Store Manager) be able to receive failed payment notifications for recurring payments.

This is a big issue right now and I know several people are feeling my pain.

The problem stems from the fact that you NEVER know when a failed payment occurs. You have to log into your WP site just to see that a payment failed.

We all know customers ignore or never receive the failed payment notification themselves so if we missed their failed payment, it can be days until we realize it’s necessary to chase them down for a new credit card or to add funds to their account.

I’m surprised this option hasn’t be integrated yet. We already are notified on successful payments, why not on failed ones as well?

I hope WooThemes gets this! Help vote it up the ranks!

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Hi folks, a new dunning feature to notify store owners and customers of failed payments has now been completed. You can view more details about this feature here: https://docs.woocommerce.com/document/subscriptions/failed-payment-retry/

This feature is due for release with Subscriptiosn v2.1 in early November. If you would like to get early access to the beta version, please contact support: https://woocommerce.com/my-account/create-a-ticket/

It’s ridiculous that I’d have to pay $99 for a plugin in order get this simple of a functionality. This is something that should be included by default.

There is such but not in an obvious place.
In the Followup EMails section in the Dashboard above WooCommerce, go to Settings, CRM Tab.
At the bottom is "Notify me for Failed Subscription Payments". Set the email and check the box and Save.

This is a definite requirement of the extension. It is extraordinarily tedious having to identify a failed payment through logging in to a merchant account.

I actually tried writing to Brent Shepherd separately about this, and was referred to this thread. I just added my 3 votes to it. Jeff explained this very well, and it is exactly as I would have recommended it.

We have the very same problem here. When a customer’s subscription renewal fails, we have no way of knowing unless we happen to see the failed order, or see that the subscription was automatically placed on hold. This is a major problem because with lots of subscriptions it simply may go unnoticed by the admin. As Jeff pointed out, end-customers rarely notice the warning emails forcing the store admins to take action. It makes complete sense that if the subscribing customer is notified via email, so should be the store admin. Emails are a great way to track problems and know when something is wrong as it occurs.

This should be an integrated feature of subscriptions, and not an extension. I really hope Brent adds this very basic function soon.

Looks like the way to do this right now is through the Follow-Up Emails extension. though I agree, it should be built into the Subscriptions extension.

Follow-Up Emails->Settings->CRM->"Notify me for Failed Subscription Payments."

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