There are known conflicts between our payment gateway plugins and PluginUs.Net products, you can now follow the steps below to resolve them.
This plugin can add codes to the parameters sent back to the thank you page and https://domain.co.uk/wc-api/ogone_checkout/ thus causing the transactions to be processed properly by Ingenico. This plugin should only be adding its code/features to where it is showing (Category/shop pages), not every page on the website.
You can easily resolve this by placing https://domain.co.uk/wc-api/ogone_checkout/ on the “Init plugin on the next site pages only” on the WOOF advanced settings tab and make sure that you have selected “No” as seen in the screenshot below:
Here’s the WOOF – WooCommerce Products Filter documentation that you could refer to here.
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