Sales Block

Sales Block

  • Gently block by email or IP
  • Protect against creditcard fraud
  • Block bastards

Selling things is the main goal with Magento. But sometimes you might encounter a customer that you don't want to sell to - because of legal issues or personal guts. This extension allows you to block that person by email or IP-address.

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Cost USD 99  per 6 months
includes support & downloads
Current version 0.1.10 (Stable)
Requirements Magento CE 1.7 - 1.9
Magento EE 1.10 - 1.14
PHP 5.5.0 or higher (5.5, 5.6, 7.0, 7.1)
Support Support Forum
License OSL (Open Software License)

Getting started

  • Download and install this extension
  • Setup your own CMS-page
  • Configure the CMS-page as "Denied Page"
  • Configure rules by IP or email


Want to see Sales Block in action?

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User Reviews

After updating it to the latest version, it works as expected. Blocks any unwanted order based on an IP or an email.


Normally, finishing a sales is good. But if the customer is likely to ask for a refund, or when he/she is known for spamming shops, you might want to prevent the sales from ever happening. This extension allows you to create simple rules that prevent a customer from ever reaching the checkout, whenever that customer is matched with the rule. The rule might include multiple email-addresses (either complete email-addresses or partial email-words) or multiple IP-addresses. A customer that is denied sales is redirected towards a page displaying a CMS-page of your choice instead.

Magento 2 extension available

Please note that this extension is only available under Magento 1 (which is by now a deprecated platform that you should move away from). We have released a new extension for Magento 2, which is listed on our extensions page.


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  • Worth every penny

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