With Coursepath’s e-commerce feature, it’s easy to offer courses against a variable amount of money to customers and partners. Once the payment has gone through, customers are automatically directed to the course. Since our latest update, customers can choose their personal payment method such as PayPal, SOFORT banking, iDEAL, Bitcoin and many others. That is because we now support Mollie, pioneer in worldwide online payments, processing payments from almost all existing banking systems.
Setting courses to paid courses (e-commerce) is very easy in Coursepath. As academy owner you must first enable the e-commerce function by going to Setup > Advanced > e-commerce. Here, you can also define VAT rate, currency and country.
After this is set up, go to your course of interest, where you and other trainers can define whether or not the course should be a paid one. Also the course fee itself gets defined here. You can define the course fee per for each course separately.
Once a course fee has been set, visitors will see the course’s fee on the course welcome page. They can directly transfer the indicated amount, using their preferred payment option. Instead of being forced to one payment method like PayPal, participants are free to choose their personally preferred payment method, whether that is PayPal, credit card or bank transfer.
Mollie provides a high quality and reliable service. Just create a free account there and you are ready to go. Here you find an overview of transaction fees for Mollie’s payment services. There are no setup fees, monthly fees or lock-in contracts. Mollie is a PCI DSS certified service, hosting data on European servers. Coursepath’s only role in the payment process is registering the summary of the transaction for monitoring purposes.
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