CRE Loaded Now Offers PayPal Express Checkout

CRE Loaded Now Offers PayPal Express Checkout

Hudson, FL, USA (PRWEB) November 1, 2007 - Chain Reaction Ecommerce, makers of the popular ecommerce shopping cart application CRE Loaded now offers PayPal Express Checkout services to all CRE Loaded users. The module is now available inside the admin panel of all CRE Loaded 6.2 SP1 releases. Merchants can easily sign up for and activate the service in minutes. Current CRE Loaded storeowners can download SP1 for free by visiting

Now when shoppers click the PayPal Express Checkout button on a store using CRE Loaded, they can check out in just a few simple clicks. They're transferred to PayPal where they select their payment method, shipping and billing information, and then they are returned to the store to complete their purchases. PayPal then automatically passes the CRE Loaded storeowner the shipping address, email, and other customer information needed to fulfill the order. Finally, the buyers finish their orders on the initiating store, not PayPal's website, so CRE Loaded storeowners can:

  • Get real-time notification of successful payments
  • Automate their internal business processes
  • Ensure buyers make it to the storeowners' final confirmation page
  • Receive buyer's address confirmation

PayPal is a safe, easy way to pay and get paid online. It allows anyone to pay without sharing financial information and gives consumers the flexibility to pay in any way they prefer, including through credit cards, bank accounts or account balances. With more than 164 million accounts in 190 markets and 17 currencies around the world, PayPal enables global ecommerce.

About Chain Reaction Ecommerce

Founded in 2001, Chain Reaction Ecommerce is the maker of the CRE Loaded ecommerce shopping cart and online store. With more than 100,000 CRE Loaded shopping cart applications in use, Chain Reaction Ecommerce offers its customers complete support as well as a host of ecommerce services; including CRE Merchant for credit card processing and CRE Messenger for in-store sales and customer service chat.


Michael Valverde



This article was published on Wednesday 05 December, 2007.
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