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I’ve added test keys in the plugin now.
I’m getting an error with the Stripe add-on.
Error: Payment Intent creation failed while processing a payment.
At first, I selected the only the api events listed in the docs. Then I tried enabling all events. But I get the same results either way.
So I’ve switch back to authorize.net now.
Is there shortcode for the subscription history?
How does a customer cancel a subscription?
To clarify, I have created recurring packages for 1 year but have set recurring limit to 0 (infinite).
I want to know if listings in these packages will receive expiry email reminders set in GD > User Emails. Or if they only receive an email receipt of the renewal payment. or both?
So we want to make the switch to Stripe recurring for our Geodirectory site. I have questions regarding rentals and email reminders.
1. Listings with existing recurring subscriptions (authorize.net) will be set to expired status because of failed payment, correct? If so, will they receive the Expired Listing email?
2. Do all email reminders in Geodirectory still get sent to listings who are on recurring subscriptions? Or do they only receive an email receipt when the renewal payment is made?
So it’s a bug? Any ETA?
also, if it’s set to authorize only, will the client have to process the transaction manually in authorize?
how can we set a login redirect?
which issue would that fix? being charged twice or invalid user id?
I recently updated to v1.0.8 because the changelog showed that the recurring subscription was fixed.
I’ve tested and finding that my card was charged twice. Currently one transaction has posted and the other is pending, according to the bank.
And authorize.net shows 2 transactions for me. Both of them are currently showing as settled.
I do confirm that only 1 recurring subscription was created in Authorize.net.
In addition, we have customers who try to renew via the invoice email, and they are getting this message:
Error: The invalid invoice user id
Client is losing patience and considering alternatives.