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I am using WooCommerce Plugin to make a website. Everything is working fine with this plugin but when I wanted to implement currency converter, there is no such facility is available there. I really need to convert the currency so how that can be be possible with WooCommerce? Any help and suggestions will be highly appreciable.

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closed as off topic by Chris_O, Stephen Harris, Brian Fegter, Rarst Oct 11 '12 at 18:47

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While plugin recommendations are essentially out of scope from WPSE ... I think it's ok in this case ...

The best solution is to get the WooCommerce Currency Converter premium extension which will set you back 29USD. This means your visitors will get an indication of what they will pay.

Next problem is ... Depending on who you have for your payment gateway (Paypal for instance) they will manage the currency conversion and probably charge a different rate. You'll need to figure that one out with your payment provider.

Why does this matter? because you'll pay a commission or fees based on the conversion from eg USD to EUR.

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