Sell your products online sharing your earnings with your collaborators or partners
Imagine this scenario:
You are spending time with a colleague of yours while you get the idea of selling online a product you are going to work together at, after the initial moment of euphoria, then a list of questions will arise such as: How will we divide the income? When are we going to get paid? Who is going to keep track of the payments?
Unfortunately, in most cases, these questions are not easily answered and can cause a lot of frustration.
This could be the case of a video course, a music file or any kind of creative work you decided to share 50% of your income with.
YITH PayPal Adaptive Payments for WooCommerce allows you to share the payments you receive on your store with all the partners you want, instantly and automatically.
You will just have to specify the share of the income and your partner’s PayPal account and our plugin will take care of the rest, using PayPal’s API keys it will let you share the payments of all of your sales and to receive the money immediately on each respective account.
This system is great! It will not only allow you to have a potential number of collaborators or partners, but you will also be able to handle them in a quick and easy way.
Besides, thanks to the compatibility with our best seller plugin YITH WooCommerce Multi Vendor you can perform automatic payments to all of your vendors in order to save precious time.
YITH Paypal Adaptive Payments for WooCommerce doesn’t manage recurring payments.
Hi, Tommy! It depends on the payment chosen. If Parallel, the sender can split the payment directly among 2-6 receivers. If Chained, you can have at most one primary receiver and 1-9 secondary receivers. For further details about Parallel and Chained payments, I suggest referring to this PayPal guide.
It is not possible to split payments to 10,000 vendors at the same time, but in separate transactions.
Depending on the type of payment you choose, you will be able to split directly among 2-6 receivers if you select a Parallel payment, and at most one primary receiver and 1-9 secondary receivers if you select Chained payments.