New feature on-hand: Recurring payment plans

Some of you guys might know very well that we were working costly hard on that issue, but finally we may luckily report great news:

Shazam! From now on we are able to re-bill your clients (again).
In other words: Your clients can now purchase their subscriptions in the form of recurring payment plans, so at the close of a defined period of time (from one month to two years) they’ll be re-billed automatically which permanently renews their subscription until they cancel it.

With the cancellation of a recurring payment plan, your clients are asked to select a reason for termination.
These cancellation reasons can also be modulated and customized by you for analysis!

Technically we made an unseen changeover to a new payment processor who is able to provide us with eCommerce parameters that meet our need.

The very best: All of your existing payment plans have already been shifted. For you there is no difference whatsoever.
Your active payment plans (non-recurring subscriptions) are just expiring. New clients as from today are going to choose your upgraded payment plans.

Your action is required now: Just start using this feature in two shakes and boost your sales by adding new payment plans (same workflow as usual: Merchant Interface Menu > Clients > Payment Plans > Add a payment plan). We’ve already prepared an exemplary “pending” recurring payment plan in your merchant interface to your convenience and review.
Feel free to use this one hereby or simply set up your own:

30 days recurring
Price: $29.95
Price starting from day 31: $24.95 (optional appetizer)

Nice side effect: What about offering a membership trial of 3 days with an automated re-billing of a full subscription right after that? 🙂

Please pay attention to the fact that, as of now, the lifecycle of a subscription is no longer calculated on a monthly but on a daily basis: 1 month is now 30 days.

Thanks for reading!

If you have any requests or concerns regarding this feature, please feel free contact us – no matter what.

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