I've not tried all these options out, but looking at the documentation for Payment Processors (user guide and system administrators guide there is more than one PayPal payment processor. With PayPal Standard all the credit card details are collected on the PayPal site and with PayPal Pro they are collected on your site and transferred by SSL but not kept. ...
My suggestion would be to edit your receipt template and put some language in there for folks who pay by Paypal. It's always important for them to get a Civi receipt since it gives the full details on what the payment is for.
If it's a 5-day delay, it's almost certainly because their card was declined the first time. 5 days is the default delay when a card is declined on a recurring payment. It then tries again 5 days later, at which point the payment isn't retried. That used to cancel the subscription, but now it goes into a "missed payments" field on the ...
Welcome to SE. You can integrate PayPal with CiviCRM - See Payment Processors in the documentation (https://docs.civicrm.org/user/en/latest/contributions/payment-processors/). This will mean you can take payment for any CiviCRM contributions via PayPal and it will be recorded against the contact. This includes memberships, events and donations and you can ...
Not through the UI i guess. You can make use of the https://docs.civicrm.org/dev/en/latest/hooks/hook_civicrm_alterPaymentProcessorParams/ in your extension and have something like -
$params[`item_name`] = 'your custom title';
Purportedly resolved in an update pushed by CiviCRM Admin Utilities 0.8 released on 20 November 2020 (https://lab.civicrm.org/dev/core/-/issues/1931). Payments have been closing for us fine since applying the patch - until today :-. We've had two transactions that wrote the incorrect IPN return URL and two right next to them that wrote the correct IPN return....
What version of CiviCRM do you use? In at least two of the latest versions released recently there is some Paypal bugs that has been fixed. You should first of all make sure you have the latest version installed.
You can see it in release notes for:
As an update to this thread, the issue was identified as a bug in the PayPal integration (https://lab.civicrm.org/dev/core/-/issues/1931) and was resolved in an update pushed by CiviCRM Admin Utilities 0.8 released on 20 November 2020. Payments have been closing perfectly for us since applying the patch.
This seems to be an error on the paypal side.
Check with paypal, if they have blacklisted your IP.
Try doing a contribution with a different router or a separate internet service provider, i.e, a new IP that hasn't contacted paypal yet.