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  1. So I just took a look... Stripe, PayPal and WooCommerce (new) all have the same fees. .30 per transaction and 2.8%. PayPal seems to automate the automatic payment options with no issues (I've had a couple of clients use it already), so I may switch back to PayPal as the default. I'm not a fan of Strip holding on to my money for days as where PayPal credits my account instantly. Time will tell how all this plays out! https://stripe.com/en-gb-us/pricing https://www.paypal.com/us/brc/article/understanding-merchant-credit-card-processing-fees#:~:text=model to understand.-,It involves paying the processor a flat fee for all,2.9% plus %240.30 per transaction. https://woocommerce.com/products/woocommerce-payments/
  2. Yeah, I haven't really looked at the fees head to head yet. All I know for sure so far is even if someone uses their own CC with PP, I get the funds instantly! Just another thing on my to-do list... 🙄😝
  3. Thanks Steven. I'll take your word for it! I've already had one customer pay me with it, and unlike PayPal, they are holding on to the funds for a few days. I'm not really thrilled about that... 😡
  4. Since I can't edit the above post, just ignore it... I did some Google searches and figured out the difference between the three different gateways, and figured it out. I made a Stripe account, activated the gateway and installed the keys. It shows up in my cart page now, so I'm guessing that's all that needs to be done? So when a customer uses their CC with Strip now, it will auto bill that card in the future? Thanks for answering my dumb questions! 😛 -Joe
  5. I just now noticed there are three different Strip gateways. Stripe, Strip ACH and Stripe SEPA. Which one would be the correct one for what I am trying to accomplish here? Thanks in advance, -Joe
  6. Hey Chris, It sounds like Stripe is the better option for letting clients use their own CC info? What I'm after is to not have manually bill clients (manually) every year! lol -Joe
  7. Thanks much. I was out of town for a bit, so sorry for the delayed response. So with Stripe, clients can enter their CC info one time, and WHMCS will auto bill that card every year? Thanks for the help! -Joe
  8. Hey all... Not really sure word this, but I'll do my best and hope you guys get what I'm asking! One of the main reasons I'm going with WHMCS is to automate the client billing process. Up till now, I've been billing people with PayPal, and letting them pay however they want. Most use their own credit cards. What I want to do is have a client enter their CC info, and then have WHMCS bill there CC every year, automatically. Can this be done with the gateway? Do I need to add a CC gateway to make this happen? If so, which one? Thanks for helping out the new guy! -Joe
  9. I have been building websites since 07. Only part time though. Now that I'm retired, I'm gonna go at it full time and learn as much as I can. I need something to help me keep track of clients and billing and I'm hoping this will do the trick? I'll take any and all advice! lol -Joe
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