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What payment methods do you accept?

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Here’s some more information about the available payment methods in case you were wondering before purchasing any WPX products.


That’s the most popular one as it’s the most seamless way. It goes the same way as with all of the other PayPal payments that you have made. The only difference would be if you’d like to do them manually or set up a subscription. More about that can be found in how can I set up a payment subscription article.

Having a PayPal account is not mandatory. You can do payments using your Credit Card that could still be processed through PayPal (guest payments) more on that below.

Credit Card

That’s the second option you have to take care of your unpaid invoices. Keep in mind that the details you would add with us should match your initial Credit Card billing address details. If you run into difficulties matching those, PayPal payments would be available (guest payments through PayPal would still be a viable option).

However, if you’d like to proceed with Credit Card payment, on some occasions, you might have to contact the Credit Card bank issuer, so they can release the payment. Setting up a subscription is possible again. More about that can be found in how can I set up a payment subscription article.

The system would not accept direct payments made through American Express credit or debit cards. The only option, in this case, would be if you have a PayPal account or use the option from above (use your American Express card to make a guest payment through PayPal).

Follow the link to get more information about guest payments: https://developer.paypal.com/docs/archive/payments/guest-payments/

If you have any other questions on the topic, don’t hesitate to contact the WPX Support Team via live chat (use the bottom right-hand widget) and they will respond and help within 30 seconds or less.

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