If so, how. If not, how do people typically handle this limitation? Thank you.
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Thank you samliew for the info. Appreciate it. I really don’t want an e-commerce setup per se; I just want clients to be able to pay me more quickly than sending a check by mail. I searched the forum before asking my question, but I did not search for ‘e-commerce’ – I searched for ‘how to accept credit card payment’. I guess that’s part of the issue – many sites would probably benefit from being able to accept electronic payment without implementing traditional e-commerce solutions.
Thank you donaldsv. Checking out plasso now – looks to be what I want, if I can get it integrated with webflow!
You might want to look at a service like Freshbooks. That way you can send estimates (simple or full) invoice, get paid via credit/debit card and access standard financial reports. If you are doing even one medium to large project a month it’s worth it. My answer assumes you are designing websites or similar service.
Alternatively the easiest way might be just to embed a PayPal button for standard/fixed amounts.
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