Accept payments and/or deposits on my website
Here are 5 different ways depending on how your organization wants to accept payments:
1. Variable Amount Text Box
This customer has a form textbox where they can key the dollar amount.
Pros - This system can take a variety of down payment options in case the amount varies.
Cons - The downfall is customers could mis-key the amount.
Example: https://www.bigrimoutfitters.com/payments/ (with added processing fee)
2. Drop-down with Product/Amount
Pros - They customer can't change the amount and see's how much the down payment is with each product.
Cons - The customer could select the incorrect drop-down amount.
3. Custom Form Options Linked to PayPal
This customer has custom options so he can keep track of who paid, when they are coming and more.
4. Add to Cart Button
Pros - They customer can't change the amount.
Cons - If you change the down payment often in could be annoying.
5. Variable Amount with Optional Terms of Service Checkbox
This customer has a form textbox where they can key the dollar amount and a checkbox for accepting the terms of service.
Note - You must write the terms of service or have your lawyer write a terms of service for you.
Example - http://www.stillwatersranch.com/payment/
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