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  • dannywynne
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    Originally posted by Support.Department View Post
    Good day @dannywynne:

    Of course you may submit 2 orders for 1 form but please note that successive posts to a credit card may place a hold on that credit card or may result in decline of the second transaction if the bank tags the transaction as suspicious.

    A recurring transaction processes the entire order and not part of an order.

    I hope that helps.
    Is there an approach that you have seen someone use previously for this type of scenario? Given that our desire is to keep everything on one page, I would like to use AJAX to submit the form with one part of the order. Have others submitted FaaS via AJAX successfully?

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  • CnP.Support
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    Good day @dannywynne:

    Of course you may submit 2 orders for 1 form but please note that successive posts to a credit card may place a hold on that credit card or may result in decline of the second transaction if the bank tags the transaction as suspicious.

    A recurring transaction processes the entire order and not part of an order.

    I hope that helps.

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  • Best way to handle FaaS Recurring Payment for Donation with products

    Is there a best practice or an example for handling a form submission that includes a recurring payment for a donation AND a single payment for purchasing items? Our scenario is as follows - donors can provide a recurring donation, and at certain levels, they will get merchandise (shirts, cups) for free. At lower donation levels, they can have a one-time payment for the items. I have all of this working through Faas, but as I understand it, the entire order will repeat on a monthly basis. What I really need is for the donation to repeat monthly and the items to be purchased on a one-time basis. Should I make use of AJAX and submit a 2nd order via FaaS? Do I need to create a two page form? Has anyone else encountered this situation before?
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