Checkout – DPS Payment Express (PX Pay)

It’s with great pleasure that we bring you yet another payment method for the WordPress Shopping Cart plugin. Sold as an extension, the DPS Payment Express payment gateway (also known as DPS PX Pay) allows you to take credit card payments through their secured payment page, allowing your customers to safely make payments for their orders from your online shop.

How does DPS PX Pay work?

Having added some products to their cart, when the customer is ready to pay, they will go through the checkout procedure. When the payment process comes up, they are navigated away from your site to the secure page that DPS provide. Here the customer will enter their billing details, DPS will approve the payment and the customer is navigated back to your site where they are presented with the “Order Success” page. It’s quick, simple and completely secure.

Get the DPS Payment Express (PX Pay) extension plugin

The DPS Payment Express gateway is an extension plugin for the WordPress Shopping Cart plugin. It is installed as an additional plugin to add the DPS PX Pay payment gateway functionality to your existing WordPress Shopping Cart plugin installation.

Purchase this useful extension for only US$20 for a single domain license and US$100 for an unlimited domains license. You can use the coupon code “2012” (without the quotes) for 10% OFF your purchase. Additionally, the support, upgrades and access to your download is infinite so you don’t need to renew or pay any recurring fees on this.

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  1. Antonie Potgieter on July 12, 2012


    Even though you can sign up through the Payment Express website, the merchant accounts are usually acquired through the merchant’s bank and bank account directly.

    Also, Payment Express is a gateway as opposed to PayPal which is a payment processor. With a Payment Express account you could have additional services such as a POS machine for in-store use, a virtual terminal for charging cards through your merchant interface, etc…

    All the best,
    Antonie Potgieter

  2. Tonya on July 9, 2012

    Why would I use this over the Paypal payment? There is no charge for that. You are only charged when a payment is made. Please explain the benefits.


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