We have a few pricing options available that work for multiple types of business. If you're just getting started with your business, the Flexible plan is ideal: you pay no monthly fees and instead pay 5% per transaction. For growing and grown businesses we have monthly plans available based on your monthly revenue. Check out the Pricing page for more details.
Can I integrate Checkout Page with other apps?
As Checkout Page uses Stripe for payments, you can naturally integrate with any app that integrates with Stripe. Stripe also works with Zapier and IFTTT, making it possible to integrate with even more services.
How does Checkout Page take a transaction fee?
Checkout Page uses Stripe Connect to make charges on your behalf. This allows us to take a fee on each transaction. The fee is taken on the moment the sale is made and the remaining amount is stored in your Stripe account directly. This means that there are no payouts from our side – you receive your money in you Stripe account right away.
What qualifications are there to use Checkout Page?
Checkout Page only works for businesses using Stripe. Stripe requires you to be a registered business and only allows businesses in certain countries. You can view the full list of countries here and restrictions here.
What currencies can I take payments in?
Currently Checkout Page supports making charges in these currencies:
It is you own responsibility to make sure that your Stripe account is eligible to charge in the currency you want to charge in. If you use a currency that is not supported for your country, people will simply not be able to pay. You can check which currencies are supported for your account here.
Is there a minimum amount for the payments I take?
Yes. Minimum amounts are determined by application fees, Stripe fees and conversion rates and exist to ensure that you don't lose money on a sale. The minimum amount depends on which settlement currency the amount would be paid out to on your Stripe account.
Checkout Page enforces minimum prices when creating pages, but due to everchanging exchange rates, there is no guarantee that this minimum will be valid at the moment your customer tries to pay. It is your own responsibility to set your prices high enough to convert to the minimum charge amount in your settlement currency. You can read more about minimum charge amounts in the Stripe Documentation.
How does Checkout Page deal with VAT?
Checkout Page does currently not handle VAT. A common approach is to sell all items including VAT and then pay the necessary VAT based on the origin country of the buyer. Please contact support if you need a better export of your sales to do your taxes.
I have a question / I have a complaint / Something is not working
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