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  • After you have made a donation, the transaction including its intended use appears on the bank statement of the donor. The first part consists of the FundraisingBox Transaction ID in order to ensure a clear allocation of the donation. It is also poss... Read More
  • There are two different cases that need to be considered when ending recurring PayPal donations. The donor revokes the billing agreement If the donor has set up a recurring donation but later revokes the billing agreement in their PayPal account, the... Read More
  • Please note that PayPal does not have a general feature to activate regular donations, so rejections may occur. These restrictions are directly applied by PayPal, which means that they cannot be influenced by the FundraisingBox. If you do not have a ... Read More
  • The donor finishes his payment with PayPal. However, by default he is not automatically returned to your donation page, but must click on a button in order to do so. If you want this forwarding to happen automatically, you have to set up the followin... Read More
  • If your organisation has its own PayPal account, we only require the e-mail address with which you are registered with PayPal. Go to your FundraisingBox and under the tab Settings > Extensions > Payment via PayPal, click "Set up link". Then ent... Read More
  • If you already have a PayPal account, you can enter your existing PayPal email address in your FundraisingBox and donations to your organisation will already be possible via PayPal using the fundraising form. Read more here. If you do not have... Read More
  • PayPal has become a well-known and widely accepted online payment method. Even if they do not have a PayPal account, your contributors can make donations quickly and easily. PayPal payments can be made via direct debit, credit card, or a charged PayP... Read More