Stripe is a simple and powerful way to accept payments online. Stripe has no setup fees, no monthly fees, and no hidden costs.
Millions of businesses—ranging from startups to Fortune 500 companies—rely on Stripe’s software tools to accept payments securely and expand globally.
Stripe is available to businesses in 25 countries. With Stripe, you can accept all major debit and credit cards from customers in every country in 135+ currencies. You can learn more here.
How does Stripe work with stoor.pro?
With Stripe, you can start accepting credit and debit card payments almost instantly. You can either create a new Stripe account, or connect an existing Stripe account if you already have one.
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Is Stripe secure? Will I be PCI-compliant?
Yes! Stripe meets and exceeds the most stringent industry standards for security. Stripe is also audited by a PCI-certified auditor, and is certified to PCI Service Provider Level 1. (This is the highest level of certification available.)
You can learn more about the technical details of Stripe’s secure infrastructure at: https://stripe.com/docs/security/stripe. You can see Stripe’s PCI certification here and here.
What payment types are supported?
Stripe supports all major credit and debit cards, plus other payment methods. To find out which specific payment methods available in your country, please see Stripe’s Payment Options page and select your country at the page’s bottom-left corner. Here are some examples:
- U.S. businesses can accept Visa, MasterCard, American Express, JCB, Discover, Diners Club, and China UnionPay.
- Australian, Canadian, European, Hong Kong, and Singaporean businesses can accept Visa, MasterCard, and American Express.
- Japanese businesses can accept Visa, MasterCard, American Express, JCB, Discover, and Diners Club.
You can also accept gift and prepaid cards of the above types. You can use Stripe to charge cards of these types from customers anywhere in the world.
Stripe also supports Apple Pay, Google Pay, 3D Secure, SOFORT, iDEAL, Giropay, Bancontact, SEPA direct debit, and China’s Alipay.
What is Stripe’s pricing?
Get charged only when you earn money. No monthly fees, setup fees, or hidden costs! For detailed pricing information by country, please see https://stripe.com/pricing and select the relevant country at the page’s bottom-left corner.
The following examples show basic pricing for U.S. users only:
Credit card processing
- 2.9% + 30 cents (USD) per transaction
- $15 (USD) for disputes
- 0.80% per transaction, with a $5 (USD) cap
Note: users processing more than $80,000 (USD) per month may qualify for discounted rates. To schedule a conversation with a sales representative, either contact our support team through the Dashboard or email Support@Stripe.com.
When do I get paid?
Once you’ve made your first charges with Stripe, your first payout will be initiated, and should post within seven days. Thereafter, all US-based merchants will receive payouts on a rolling two-day schedule.
Payout schedules vary slightly for merchants outside of the US. See your country’s payout schedule.
You can link your bank account, and set the frequency of these payouts, in your Stripe Dashboard’s Balance page. From there, you can also view all payouts from Stripe to your bank account. To learn more, visit Stripe’s documentation on Receiving Payouts.
How can I issue a refund?
You can issue refunds via your Stripe Dashboard. Depending on your customer’s bank, the customer will see the refund show up between 5–10 business days later. Refunds can be whole or partial—that is, you can refund any amount up to the original amount of the charge. For details, see https://stripe.com/docs/refunds.
What is a dispute? How do I handle them?
A dispute (also known as a chargeback) occurs when a cardholder questions a charge with their bank or credit card company. When a dispute comes in, Stripe gets information about it from the bank and displays one of eight reasons categories to our users.
Depending on the reason, the Stripe Dashboard will guide the user through submitting the best type of evidence to support the charge, as outlined here: https://stripe.com/docs/disputes/categories. Once the user submits the dispute evidence to Stripe, Stripe will submit the evidence to the banks/card networks on their behalf, so that the user does not have to deal with these institutions directly.
To be notified about disputes, select email notifications through your Dashboard:https://dashboard.stripe.com/account/emails. (Select “Email me for Disputes.”)
Here are some overall best practices for avoiding fraud: https://support.stripe.com/questions/avoiding-fraud-and-disputes.
What will my customers see on their credit card statement?
Customers will see the descriptor that you provide in your Stripe Account settings. (Look for the Statement Descriptor field.) You can customize this entry to match your business name or anything more specific you might like.
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