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Offer Warranties


gardenweazel

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Hello All,

I run an electronics related website and am interested in offering a warranty for items purchased.

 

I have checked out a couple of the Cross Sell contributions but, they just don't seem to have

that "would you like to purchase a warranty for <item>" type of approach.

 

Any suggestion of how I can offer such a warranty based on item purchased amount?

 

Regards,

Gardenweazel

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its a little easier if you just go into the product attributes frield and feel your way around and then come back with some specific questions.. theres too much to explain all in one shot.

A great place for newbies to start

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There is a module for cps warranties I just installed mine yesterday

we also run a electronics website but we are having problems

getting it to work we have over 100 added contribs to our site

 

so that is why

 

but if your site is pretty basic the installation should not take more than a hour

we could do it for a 50.00 fee

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we could do it for a 50.00 fee

 

Commercial posts are not allowed on the forum. There are lots of sites out there for commercial ventures.

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I've never used the Attributes part of OsCommerce. Care to provide any details?

 

Thanks!

 

 

Once you learn how the attributes work (easier to try it yourself first) add a drop down list on the product pages for Warranties. If say a 2 year warrenty is standard for the product then you have that one first (by adding an attribute sort contribution) and then 3 year is +$xx.xx and so on.

 

If there is a standard warranty that comes with the product that is added automatically then that would work as the first selection is automatically chosen for the customer. If you want to force a customer to physically look at them and then make a choice then add the Must Select contribution. It forces the customer to make a selection from the drop down list as they can't proceed and add the product to the cart until they do. We use it for coffee so that the customer must make a selection for the grind instead of missing that choice and ending up with Espresso grind when they use a Perc.

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