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E-commerce site with Purchase Order instead of Purchasing Cart

Hey all,
I’m developing a cannabis dispensary site that needs some specific compliance functionality.
The high level is that the site can NOT show product prices. Additionally, accepting payments through a processor for THC containing products is sketch at best and should probably be avoided for the time being. .

What I’d like to create, is a version of an e-commerce site where customers can put together a cart of products that become a ‘wishlist’ or ‘purchase order’. There needs to be an purchase method optional charge for Delivery vs In-Store Pickup at checkout. None of these items or purchase methods should include pricing but the user will submit that form via email to the administrator who will send a payment request for the total amount to the user’s email through a 3rd party processor.

Question: How can I keep all the cart functionality of a checkout page but submit a form with all the wishlist/purchase order details instead of … checking out?

I have developed a similar solution with the following:

  2. Payment Gateway (pm me if you want a referral)
  3. Zapier
  4. FOXY.IO

Prior to commerce deployment, you can create purchase orders with:

  1. Build a Form like you normally do on webflow on CMS pages.
  2. Bind CMS ‘Products/Purchase Order’ pages to your unique purchase order bindings.
  3. ZAPIER results into your CRM and E-Mail Notification
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Hi @Zyzyx.
Josh from Foxy here. What you’re after is possible with Foxy + Webflow. If you decide to do payment transactions, we work with a number of high-risk gateways/processors. Feel free to email us more details about your needs and we’ll get you pointed in the right direction:


Hi @Zyzyx
Did you find a solution for this? I’m trying to find a similar solution to have a shopping cart that would send an P.O. instead of doing a regular checkout with payment. I’ve been approached by’s (very proactive) sales rep (Hi Josh), but so far their solutions seem more or less adapted to this problem.
Thanks in advance

Yes I was able to automatically add a processing fee item to my cart which handled it in this circumstance. However, the regulations changed and this practice was discontinued over a year ago.

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I’m happy to chat about your needs more. Face value, it sounds like Foxy will be a good fit, but maybe I’m missing something?