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For any online shop, which sells virtual goods (shops with downloadable products), one common thing they have to face is their customer saying that their download quota is complete. This may be due to a couple of reasons like customer clicking the download link by mistake and loosing the downloaded file or may be minimum download count is too low. But one thing is sure that they will always come saying that they are not able to download the purchased item. So what is the best thing you can do in that case other than sending the item to them by another means like email or other file sharing tool? Yes the best thing you could do is to reset the download count for that particular item for that particular customer. But how will you do that? How easy will it be for you?
This Reset Download Count Magento module will enable you to do this with a minimum of effort. All you have to do is to select the order item you want to update, enter the download count you want to set and press a button. This module can also be used to set the download count to maximum if you want to prevent the download of the item. Just like that.
One major factor, which pushes customers to choose online shop over physical shop is the possibility of having their order details always available online. They can always login to their account and see their purchase history and in the case of downloadable products, get the updated version. But there are some cases where the customer may have a change in their email address or the item was purchased by a subordinate or client. In that case, they will require a change in the email address linked to an order and the account used for the order.
This module lets merchants allow their customers to pay using Credit Cards & Gift Cards
Customers can even decide to split the payment between their Gift Card and Credit Card in case their Gift Card doesn't have enough balance. This flexibility helps merchants increase customer loyalty and reduce abandoned carts.
Mercury Hosted Checkout provides a secure payment API for eCommerce websites by redirecting the transaction path to a Mercury secure payment site. Because the payment page is hosted by Mercury, card data is kept off of the eCommerce solution provider’s servers, keeping them from qualifying as a “Service Provider” as defined by the PCI Council.Learn More