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You can take a look at the transaction charges for Stripe here. Do note that there is an additional 0.6% for credit cards that are not issued by a local bank. American Express cards incur this additional 0.6% regardless of the country of issue.
Similar to all other payment gateways like PayPal, Stripe has a proprietary method of evaluating transactions for fraud. If a transaction has been detected as being potentially fraudulent, Stripe will block the transaction.
Stripe is certified to be a PCI Service Provider Level 1. This is the most stringent level of security certification available.
The main advantage of using Stripe as one of your payment gateways is that it reduces the friction encountered by your customer during checkout (less fields to populate). Next, the official Stripe transaction charges are also lower than the official PayPal transaction charges (keyword being official as some merchants may be getting preferential rates). It is also easy to get started with Stripe. The whole Stripe account setup process takes less than 15 minutes to complete.
Yes you can sell in Bitcoins. For more info click here
Yes, we support a stripe payment gateways for our merchants in various countries.
Yes, an SSL certificate should always be used with Stripe. All pages that include a payment form should be prefixed with https://, not http://. See Stripe’s SSL page for more information.
Stripe is available in many countries and is constantly expanding to more. To see if your country is supported, visit the Stripe Global page.
Yes it does! Since version 2.0, the Stripe Checkout form can be used on the main checkout form and to create Buy Now buttons for any Download product.
No, this is Stripe Payment Gateway future planning..