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    I am hoping to add e-commerce to my web site promoting traditional food products from Tansylvania. I would like to use a store engine that is compatible with receiving payments in Romania. How do I find Paypal RO rather than US or DE? Can I use a store engine that is not included in the drop down list?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jim Turnbull View Post
    I am hoping to add e-commerce to my web site promoting traditional food products from Tansylvania. I would like to use a store engine that is compatible with receiving payments in Romania. How do I find Paypal RO rather than US or DE? Can I use a store engine that is not included in the drop down list?
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    Damn I wanted to be first with a dracula joke

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    how about any suggestions on how to use a store engine not in the drop down list

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    Agreed. I am new user and this is my first submission. I want to know how to use Paypal UK please - surely others have had same question?

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    how about any suggestions on how to use a store engine not in the drop down list

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    I tried this, but, ever since the last upgrade I've been having difficulties using the e-commerce object - been working fine for years till then. My solution was to go to the paypal site and use their wizard to walk through creating some code. Works fine for what I want. http://www.southwaleschess.co.uk/SWI...er_online.html.

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    I guess it depends on how many products/product lines you have. I usually use Mal's shopping cart for my ecommerce solutions. I'm not sure whether or not PayPal has sites/services outside of the major trading countries but i would have thought they covered most of the world's currencies with the US/UK or Oz sites.

    If you have more than a couple dozen products you're probably better off using a dedicated shopping cart software (whatever your ISP provides; mine provides Miva and Zencart both of which aren't too difficult to set up) and a merchant account service.

    If there's only a relatively few products then manually creating and inserting the buttons would do the trick.

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