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Hi All,

Using WHMCS V7.9.2

We have a number of our customers setup with card details in Stripe from a previous billing system. I can't see any way to connect those card details to our WHMCS system.

We really don't want to have to go back to our customers and ask them for their payment details again.

Thanks

 

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Not a method out of the box.  An addon module that gets all Stripe customer objects and compares emails to WHMCS client email address and then attaches that stripe customer to the whmcs client via createpaymethod functions / api.  For WHMCS 8 and I think 7.9+, the token WHMCS uses for stripe is a json object: {"customer":"cus_STripeCUstomerID","method":"pm_StripePaymentMethodID"}    As such, you would need to select a payment method at stripe and input that ID.  That isn't a problem if there is only one on file . 

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