Increase Your Store's Trust : Protect your cashflow by boosting trust with customers and with your payment gateway. Make sure shipping information is synced to PayPal.
Automate Tracking Number Entry : Send real-time tracking numbers to PayPal as soon as they are available in your store dashboard. Enjoy convenient, one-click installation.
Decrease Holds & Chargebacks : Focus on operating your business (or sipping your latte) while Cynkio guards your funds from prolonged reserves, disputes, and chargebacks.
PayPal holds funds more often than they should, sometimes for up to 2 weeks or even longer.
It’s a lengthy and frustrating problem for everyone involved, especially you – the seller!
Use Cynkio to automatically sync tracking numbers to PayPal as soon as they are available, which will prevent holds and chargebacks. You can even see historical sync data from the past 60 days in your app dashboard to keep an eye on the details.
Cynkio helps you maintain best practices and keep a healthy relationship with your payment gateways.
Many apps require you to add code to your theme files or call in for help with the initial configuration. Cynkio is designed for busy sellers -- we make the process as simple as possible to help you save time and increase cash flow so you can focus on growing your profits.
Cynkio offers English live chat support to help you set up or request assistance if needed. If you use a third party fulfillment service, for example, you may need to update your settings to enable tracking number sync across all platforms.
*Cynkio is not affiliated with PayPal.
Seamless workflow: use directly in Shopify admin
When it comes to running an eCommerce business, constant learning is vital. The industry is continuously evolving, and what worked yesterday may not work today. By reading these books, you can stay up-to-date on the latest trends and best practices, and gain some pretty awesome insights from some well-seasoned pros.
By now, I’m sure you’ve heard us say that eCommerce is taking over, it seems like every day we hear about another brick-and-mortar closing its doors for good. We also tend to exert a lot of energy explaining the ins and outs of creating and opening your own Shopify store from scratch.
A while back, we published a list of the best Shopify subscription apps and learned quite a bit about the Subify app — namely how it can streamline tedious tasks for subscription-based businesses — (spoiler alert) it truly impressed us… …and, we think it’ll strike your fancy too.
Like the aftermath of the apocalypse for physical storefronts, the past decade has been through an enormous amount of change in the way we shop.
You’re working all hours to keep your online store in tip-top shape: managing inventory, marketing, processing, fulfilling orders, and delivering exceptional customer service. Then, it happens… Suddenly, an order from months ago is charged back. You notice the payment reversal, and you’re dumbfounded Shopify chargebacks can cripple your operations.
I’ve been working in eCommerce, in one form or another, for the past 17 years. When I stop to think about it, that first dropshipping website built in Dreamweaver seems like a lifetime ago. While it was indeed a different world back then, the causes of my early failure still plague sellers today.
Cortney Fletcher came up with the expression “Connective eCommerce,” to package an idea that online merchants can be more successful if they start out with a DIY store, enlist suppliers to ship products to customers, and use free content distribution channels instead of paying for ads.
You could’ve opened a brick-and-mortar store, but your dreams were much bigger than that. You wanted to reach the largest audience you could. And, the best way to do that was through an eCommerce marketplace. Choosing Shopify to host your store was a solid choice.
I can imagine you’re tired of scouring the internet for the perfect Shopify theme for your clothing store, only to be met with endless pages of mediocrity.
Have you ever tried to think of something that you can’t buy online these days? Personally, I can’t think of a single product that would require me to walk into a store and make a real-life purchase.
About the Author
Matej Kontros is an E-Commerce expert and app developer with over a decade of professional experience in IT.
Matej has worked for organisations of all types and sizes, including global players, startups, and agencies. He designed, developed, and maintained complex projects.
Matej's expertise includes e-commerce, software engineering, web development, systems administration, internet security, managing projects, and building teams.