I've got some Paypal button shortcodes set up to be one time, non-recurring subscriptions, to last 3 months. These are NOT buy now buttons but subscription buttons.
I've noticed that when a customer makes a purchase, I get three emails from Paypal. One confirming the purchase, one saying a recurring payment profile has been set up, and one saying the payment has been CANCELLED.
I've also noticed that the EOT time being populated was just a few days in the future and not 3 months in the future. One member was already demoted automatically.
My subscription rate isn't that high...yet...so I've been manually setting the EOT date to the end date I want, which is a fixed date (like the thread below, I'd prefer this capability anyway, regardless of when the user signs up, as I'm offering registration for classes that have a fixed start and end date, but registration is available for a couple of weeks before the start date):viewtopic.php?f=4&t=2878&p=33427&hilit=non+recurring+EOT#p8559
I can post the shortcode if you like, see below:
[s2Member-PayPal-Button level="1" ccaps="goalsettingworkingfall2011" desc="Goal Setting Class - Working Spot" ps="DaisyCreativeLLC" lc="" cc="USD" dg="0" ns="1" custom="classroom.mysite.com" ta="0" tp="0" tt="D" ra="180" rp="3" rt="M" rr="0" rrt="" rra="1" image="default" output="button" /]
Either I'm not understanding how EOT is meant to work, or there's something funny with the Paypal code, or...?
Thanks for the help and clarification. Other than that, all is well. I'm still quite pleased with S2Member and am glad to be using it!!