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We are adding Stripe to our billing processor and wanted to know if anyone here is using them. Any feedback or suggestions before we go live?

Thank you,

Charles

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Yeah the dispute process is a mystery still. Do you get charged for them if you lose and is your account at risk if you have too many?

Thanks!

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I have used it for few months about couple of years ago and i didn't have any major issues. If someone isn't able to use PayPal for some reason then Stripe wouldn't be a bad alternate at all.

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