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Based on 66 reviews and ratings
Likelihood to Recommend
Stripe is ideal for when you have transactional deals that are bound to take place, particularly at a higher rate. For example, our SaaS company does anywhere from 10-25 enterprise deals/month. These are all handled on a very personal, one-on-one situation which requires a lot of detail in legal docs, contracts, etc. We also offer an entry level plan that does not require any call/demo. You can just sign up by clicking on the stripe link. All the users need to do is put in their information and they have access to the plan right away. Stripe makes this possible
- More expensive than competitors
- Terribly limited analytics/reporting (need to use 3rd party analytics tools instead)
- API updates frequently (though they are good at supporting their older APIs)
In previous projects, I've used both Braintree and Stripe. Stripe's API, ease of use, developer documentation, and out of the box features like "Stripe Checkout" blow Braintree out of the water. Plus, in general I try my best to avoid doing business with PayPal (which is the parent company of Braintree).
Return on Investment
- The ability to seamlessly accept credit card transactions on our website, handle disputes, refunds, payment plans, etc. has been critical to our business
- Stripe makes it incredibly easy to appeal fraud charges from banks. We've encountered 3 of these instances and because of our transparent business policies and the quality of Stripe's platform, we have won all three disputes.
Premium Consulting/Integration Services—
Entry-level set up fee?