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WebsiteBuilder eCommerce: Payment Options

WebsiteBuilder eCommerce: Payment Options

With WebsiteBuilder eCommerce, you can choose from 3 payment options:

  • PayPal
  • Stripe
  • Cash on Delivery

To choose your provider and set up your account:

  1. Log into WebsiteBuilder, click on Store > Manage Products & Orders > Settings. Scroll down to "Payment providers" and click Edit

  2. You can choose any combination of the options available. Click "Activate" under the payment option you choose.
    For PayPal, it will ask for the email address associated with the account.
    For Stripe, it will have you connect or create an account.
    For Cash on Delivery, it just has you Enable this option.


Check out the YouTube video tutorial on this topic! 


Take a look at an example of the eCommerce store! CLICK HERE

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2 years ago

Can Square be added as a payment processor?

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Hello,

The available payment options integrated with the eCommerce platform are PayPal, Stripe or cash on delivery. Unfortunately, Square is not an option to use with the store but I can send a feature request. 

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2 years ago

Hi,

I’m considering e-commerce for my site.  Is the price the same if I activate both PayPal and Stripe to my website? ($9.99) or does it cost more to activate both?  

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Hello, 

The price stays the same, for all payment options. 

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Wonderful!  This is fabulous news!  Thanks so much, you've been very helpful. 

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5 months ago

Is there a cost per transaction when a payment is made online - other than what PayPal charges?

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5 months ago

Is there a cost per transaction - other than what PayPal charges?

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2 months ago

why haven't these questions been answered

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That particular customers questions on this post weren't answered because she created a separate post for this question, which was answered. 

There is no other cost per transaction than the merchant charges.