Force the VAT number depending on the country
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This module allows you to force the customer to register their VAT number depending on the country, so you can force foreigners in your country to register their VAT number.
|Compatible with PrestaShop 1.7||Yes|
This module facilitates HT payments with foreign professional customers.
The module is 100% compatible with the European VAT Number module and also allows:
- check and activate countries
- to check that the countries contain "vat_number" in the configuration of prestashop, if this is not the case an icon indicates it next to the name of the country and by clicking on the name of the country you arrive directly on the page country configuration.
- to impose the VAT number for each country
Professional customers will not forget to indicate their VAT number and will therefore be billed without taxes, which is easier for them to manage, your customers will appreciate.
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