In this guide, we'll look at the benefits of integrating payment processor Stripe into your TeamUp account.
Stripe is a quick and secure way to accept credit card and debit card payments online.
Stripe exceeds the most stringent industry standards for security. See https://stripe.com/help/security for more information on this.
Funds are automatically sent to your bank account quickly and securely. See https://stripe.com/docs/payouts#standard-payout-timing for more on payout timings.
No hidden fees. Only pay transaction fees on the payments you take.
You can charge almost any kind of credit or debit card - https://stripe.com/payments/features
It's quick and easy to set up on TeamUp, and for your customers to use. Customers can store their card details for future purchases.
Important! If you have an existing Stripe account that you'd like to integrate with TeamUp, please read this first:
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Stripe will only allow one ‘3rd party’ integration on a Stripe account at any given time. This means that if you want to integrate your Stripe account with TeamUp, it must not be integrated/linked to another system when you do so.
The solution is to ‘revoke’ access to the other 3rd party system first, then integrate the Stripe account into TeamUp.
Please note that payments will not be allowed into the Stripe account if the other system has had the access revoked, so timing is important if you're not yet ready to have payments processed by TeamUp.
You can revoke access by following this support guide from Stripe.
If you have any questions, please reach out to our support team at email@example.com.
Integrating Stripe is quick and easy. From your TeamUp dashboard, navigate to Settings >> Payments >> Manage Payment Methods >> Integrate.
And then connect with Stripe:
You will be redirected to Stripe to create an account/ sign in to an existing account.
Once Stripe is integrated, customers will be able to select this payment type when adding a payment method to an applicable event.