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Stripe Checkout: A Faster and Efficient way of Payment
Everything you should know about Stripe Checkout
Stripe checkout is the quickest way to build beautiful, conversion-optimized payment forms, hosted on Stripe. With Stripe, you can start accepting payments with just a few lines of code. Checkout is a smart payment page that works seamlessly across devices and is designed to increase your conversion.
Checkout includes support for:
Now you can accept payments from the credit card as well as debit cards and from the Apple Pay without any additional setup. In the future, they will add google pay to receive the payments. And support coupons too.
As per the business the merchants can accept one-time and recurring payments.
Dynamic 3D Secure (ready for Strong Customer Authentication) feature for defining the transaction criteria and provides a layer of protection against fraudulent payments that is supported by most card issuers.
Now, Stripe supports 14 languages (Danish (da), Dutch (NL), English (en), Finnish (fi), French (fr), German (de), Italian (it), Japanese (ja), Norwegian Bokmål (nb), Polish (pl), Portuguese (pt), Simplified Chinese (zh), Spanish (es). The merchants can choose the language of their choice to accept the payments.
automatically send email receipts to your customers. Now Stripe automatically sends email receipts to your customers whenever they make a successful payment, or when a payment is refunded. This is done by providing an email address when making the API request, using the email address of a Customer object, or updating a PaymentIntent with a customer’s email address after checkout. Or you can send the receipts manually in the Dashboard.
Each receipt contains a link to view it in a browser and a unique receipt number that can be useful when looking up payment information.
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