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is it possible to place an order at an e-commerce website and pay these items in store?
The scenario I'm trying to meet does not foresee any shipping or online payments. Customers will order products online and pay them in-store at the time of pickup.
I tried to just not include the payment module, but it didn't process the order, since it seems to be required.
It is possible to pay on customer account for B2B E-commerce. The link below might help:
Thanks for your response! Does that mean it is not possible for B2C scenarios?
Yes, this is only for B2B scenarios.
Do you know if this can be achieved for B2C by module customization?
Currently Pay on Account payment method is enabled for B2B scenarios. BUT (I got some additional information) if somebody wants to deploy that functionality for B2C scenarios, they would be able to do that as well.
I am collecting some details for you and once I have any information I will share it with you.
Skipping the payment process altogether in e-com checkout is not supported out of the box, but you may be able to address this with extensibility. While the "customer account" payment method is becoming available, this is still a payment method and would require the customer to have a credit limit which I imagine is not what you are trying to accomplish. Ideally you are looking to skip payment processing at checkout so that the amount due can be paid at the POS at pickup. This is an understandable scenario but currently not supported out of the box.
Pay on Account is also available on B2C e-com website. The steps to enable this on a B2C site is the same as that for a B2B site and the below documentation link talks about the how to enable this for a B2B site (and it is the same for B2C site as well).
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