21 Responses

  1. Dave LeBlanc
    Dave LeBlanc January 7, 2015 at 19:57 | | Reply

    Fine and encouraging review.

    I use and recommend Woo Commerce and this could be a useful plugin for some of my retail customers. I am glad a reliable source gives it a good review. It gives me the confidence to present this as an addition to their online stores.

    “Payment recipes?”

  2. Larry Kokoszka
    Larry Kokoszka January 8, 2015 at 07:40 | | Reply

    Hi guys. Thanks for the review. We are running a 50% discount code this week for wpmayor readers. The code is wpmayor.

  3. tkdas
    tkdas January 20, 2015 at 05:18 | | Reply

    I love marketpress – everything comes bundled. Strange for such a small functionality which should be inbuilt develpers are charging 80+ dollars…

  4. syrehn
    syrehn February 10, 2015 at 01:59 | | Reply

    I’ve tested a handful of partial payment plugins and keep defaulting back to Woo Deposits. I’ve implemented it on a few sites and even had custom work done; Larry & team have been great.

    The only downfall that I’ve run into is attempting to create manual orders with deposits from within the dashboard. At present there is no way for an admin to create an order, assign it (line item) a deposit value, and then have the customer log in and be provided the options to pay either the full or partial amount (as seen on front-end orders).

    Apparently this is something that is going to be reviewed this year at some point but just thought I’d mention it if anyone needs to do manual orders/deposits for customers.

    There also isn’t a changelog (that I’ve seen) for the plugin so it can be sort of a surprise as to what gets fixed/added when updates happen.

    All in all I’d recommend using it if you’re looking for deposit functionality for your WooCommerce store. 🙂

  5. Ben
    Ben April 14, 2015 at 12:15 | | Reply

    The plugin looks great. But there doesn’t seem to be a feature in it that allows ‘Automatically charges the remaining part at a set time in the future’. Users need to log in again to pay. Our customers probably will not come back to the site. So we need a system that automatically charges the other parts if the user does not cancel it. It will be more like a subscription plan that charges in the future but also ends in another future time. We know Paypal supports recurring payments. And all our payment gateways are with Paypal for now.

    Would love some advice.

    Ben

    1. Our Web Media (@OurWebMedia)
      Our Web Media (@OurWebMedia) September 18, 2015 at 11:05 | | Reply

      Hello Ben,

      We’re in the same boat at the moment, however do not use PayPal, our client is using Authorize.net. It would be a HUGE benefit if these offered the ability to capture the payment on the invoice billed in the future, rather than the clients requiring to log in and pay it manually.

      This defeats a lot of convenience for our purpose, but in general, plugin sounds great!

      Thanks WPMayor for the write up on this!

  6. Phil
    Phil August 29, 2015 at 02:24 | | Reply

    Thank you for the review of these plugins. I have a question about your statement under Woo Deposits:

    ‘”There’s even an added option to incorporate an email system whereby a customer is sent a reminder email after a set amount of time that payments are due.”

    Where is that option set? I cannot find it after purchasing the plugin and using the plugin for some time.

  7. Gianella (@caminiecamini)
    Gianella (@caminiecamini) December 9, 2015 at 14:08 | | Reply

    hi there, i have a question maybe u can help me and your plugin can help me with my problem.
    So my scenario is this .. in my e-commerce site (woo commerce) i sell trip and tours .. now for example for wedding tours i’d like that some friend can buy the tours for a wedding gift. i mean the wedding tours cost 1000$ i share my tour with some friend so this friend help me with this gift:
    – friend A pay 30$
    – friend B pay 20$
    – friend C pay 40$
    – friend D pay 10$…
    so total 1000$ and i have my wedding gift sold …

    what do you think your plugin can help me?
    best regards,

    –frank

  8. Ken
    Ken December 14, 2015 at 19:32 | | Reply

    Hi Ben,

    Before I purchase, I’d like to know if this plugin can either capture the invoice to be billed later as asked a few months ago or if Stripe can be used to save customer information such as the cc number etc. I currently using stripe on drupal but would like to switch platforms. Thanks!

  9. Ken
    Ken December 14, 2015 at 19:33 | | Reply

    Hi Ben,
    Before I purchase, I’d like to know if this plugin can either capture the invoice to be billed later as asked a few months ago or if Stripe can be used to save customer information such as the cc number etc. I currently using stripe on drupal but would like to switch platforms. Thanks!

  10. panopticdesign
    panopticdesign March 22, 2016 at 16:27 | | Reply

    This plugin is no longer being sold 🙁

    Anyone found an alternative?

    1. Amber
      Amber April 22, 2016 at 12:53 | | Reply

      @panopticdesign – WooThemes now sells their own Deposit Payments plugin (not sure if it’s as advanced): https://www.woothemes.com/products/woocommerce-deposits/

      Looks like YITH team also has one available as well: the https://en-ca.wordpress.org/plugins/yith-woocommerce-deposits-and-down-payments/

      Keep in mind with the WooThemes one it creates a new order for each payment, whereas the Webatix one, from what I remember, stores all payment details in 1 order.

  11. Dino
    Dino May 2, 2016 at 20:56 | | Reply

    Hello, with this plug in can i do the following?

    5-3-2016- Customer A: Invoice 1 total 1,000usd
    5-5-2016- Customer A: Invoice 2 total 500usd
    5-4-2016- Customer A: Payment by bank transfer -500usd
    5-6-2016- Customer A: Invoice 3 total 200usd
    5-7-2016- Customer A: Payment by bank transfer -800usd

    Customer A
    Current account: 800usd

    How can i manage this situations with your plug in?

    BR

  12. CAMPAYS
    CAMPAYS September 19, 2016 at 00:27 | | Reply

    Hi,
    I would like to know if this plugin should be compatible with plugin awebooking developed by Hillter theme. https://themeforest.net/item/hillter-responsive-hotel-booking-for-wordpress/12727001

    thank you for your reply

  13. James
    James September 29, 2016 at 00:14 | | Reply

    Yes this plugin has not been sold for nearly a year and there has been no updates since last year. Not long after it was release their website stated they were no longer selling it any more and working on servicing the customers they already had.

    The last release was Version 1.2.0

  14. Karl
    Karl November 19, 2016 at 06:39 | | Reply

    New licenses and license upgrades have been suspended for this since November of 2015. The developer Larry Kokoszka is not sure if he will continue support for this at all.

  15. Justin Hall
    Justin Hall January 17, 2017 at 17:40 | | Reply

    How does the customer pay for the remaining balance?

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