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Added: 03/06/2012   |   Updated: 6 Years Ago

Question   When using Direct Payment, how can a sponsor manually mark someone in their downline as paid?



Answer    An Member can mark someone that owes them a payment by going to the graphical lineage report.
On the graphical lineage report Members who have not paid will appear red.

Click on the red icon and then on the next page you will see a link on the right side where it says how much the Members owes you.
You can click on that link and then manually enter the payment amount you've received.
After you have completed this and marked an Member in your downline as paid they will still show as red as if they hadn't paid.

Also, in the view Members report they will still show as suspended.
The next time they attempt to login it will see that they are marked as paid and will change their status from suspended to active.




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Q. With direct payment when the "RollUp Payments" is set to "On, (Members cannot receive more than their membership level)", how does that work?

A. This setting sets it so that an Member cannot receive a payment for more than the amount they paid their sponsor when they joined.
Any amount over this is passed up to their first qualifying sponsor.  Their first qualifying sponsor is any Member who.

Example A
- John was referred by the admin and joins the $50 membership. John pays a $50 sponsor payment to the admin.
- Mary was referred by John and joins the $25 membership.  Mary pays a $25 sponsor payment to John.
- Scott was referred by Mary and joins the $100 membership.  Scott pays a $25 sponsor payment to Mary leaving a remainder of $75.  Scott makes a $25 payment to John (because John is qualified to receive up to the first $50 a member pays), this leaves a remainder of $50.    Scott pays the final $50 to the admin

Example B
- John was referred by the admin and joins the $500 membership.  John pays a $500 sponsor payment to the admin.
- Mary was referred by John and joins the $200 membership.  Mary makes a $200 sponsor payment to John.
- Scott was referred by Mary and joins the $200 membership.  Scott makes a $200 sponsor payment to Mary.
- Kathy was referred by Scott and joins the $350 membership.  Kathy makes a $200 sponsor payment to Scott leaving a remainder of $150.  Scott pays the final $150 to John.
- Eric was referred by Kathy and joins the $200 membership.  Eric makes a $200 sponsor payment to Kathy.
- Aaliyah was referred by Eric and joins the $100 membership.  Aaliyah makes a $100 sponsor payment to Eric.
- James was referred by Aaliyah and joins the $1000 membership.  James makes a $100 sponsor payment to Aaliyah leaving a remainder of $900.  James makes a $100 payment to Eric leaving a remainder of $800.  James makes a $150 payment to Kathy leaving a remainder of $650.  James makes a $150 payment to John, leaving a remainder of $500.  James pays the final $500 to the admin.

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Q. When using direct payment, if I add a new membership how can I add an option for visitors to order it?

A. Yes.  There are 2 ways to do it.  You can either have it as an upgrade in the members area after they have already joined OR you can have it as a separate option that they initially signup for.

Getting the Membership ID
First, either way you do it, you will need to get the membership ID of the membership you are adding as an option.  To do this, when logged in as the admin go to the "Memberships" link.  Click the link to edit the membership you are adding.  At the top of the browser in the url bar you will see the ID at the end of the url.  For example, if the url is /admin/membership/3, then your id is 3.

Adding an Upgrade Option
To add an upgrade option in the members area you will need to create a link to Upgrade URL (You can copy it from edit billing page).

Adding a Purchase Button
To add a purchase button to any page outside the members area, you will need to make a link to the create an account page that has the id of the membership embeded in the link.  For example, if the membership id is 3, then the link to your create.php page would look like: /join/~username~?membership=3

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Q. With direct payment how do I add the buy now button?

A. Create a link to your join (create account page) and have the username in the page.
So, for example, if putting it into the WYSIWYG editor you would use this URL:
~wmtsystemurl~/join/~username~###

With direct payment, members first join then afterwards are taken to a page to make payment.

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Q. Does making payouts outside the software mean making payouts manually?

A. Yes, you will have to do them manually.

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Q. How do I add a SolidTrust Pay button with direct payment turned on?

A. Direct Payment - Add SolidTrust Pay button:

1- login to your solidtrust pay account
2- Go to my account -> view profile page


3- copy your username

3- Go to Merchant Zone -> Create Subscriptions

4- Click MEMBERS - view the items you are subscribed to
5- Copy your subscriotion Id


6- Paste both username and ID to your payment processors page

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Q. When using direct payment option how can a person upgrade and have more then 1 membership?
Q. With direct payment if we do a monthly PayPal subscription and the customer cancels will the software automatically suspend?
Q. How do I manually mark a member as paid (when paying by cash/check, or giving a free month)?

Q. Is Solid Trust Pay supported when using direct payment?
Q. With direct payment is it possible to allow Members to pay first then after payment create their account?
Q. With direct payment is it possible to collect name and email only and have them create account with name, address etc in (my personal info) after they are inside?
Q. With direct payment where would the sponsor go to mark people as paid?



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