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Accepting Payments through Stripe
Accepting Payments through Stripe

Using Stripe for credit card payments, Apple Pay, Google Pay, and more

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Written by James
Updated over a week ago

Linking your Stripe account to HitSend allows you to accept credit cards, Apple Pay, Google Pay, and more through the Integrated Paywall directly to your Stripe account.

Stripe allows you to accept payment via 97 different currencies in 135+ countries so you can work with clients from down the street or on the other side of the world.

To accept payments, you must first have an active account that is linked to HitSend. Once that is complete, navigate to the settings page, and then select "Payment methods" in the Payments section. From there, you will be able to enable or disable different payment methods.

  1. Log into your Stripe account

  2. Navigate to your settings

  3. Select Payment Methods

Accept Credit Cards

By default, credit cards are enabled in your account Payment methods, and expanding the Cards option will allow you to enable/disable whether or not you accept card payments.

Credit cards can be accepted in any browser, and on any device type Currently the supported cards through Stripe are:

  • Visa

  • Mastercard

  • American Express

  • Discover

  • Diners Club

  • JCB

For clients to pay using a credit card in Stripe, have them select the black button labeled "Credit Card" which will reveal several input fields for clients to submit their billing information. If the transaction is successful, the window will close and a snacker will appear alerting clients that the payment was successful.

Accept Wallets through Stripe

Under the Cards option in your Stripe Payment Methods are different wallet options that you can enable to accept payment from clients directly into your Stripe account.

While credit cards are accepted on every device and browser, wallets have certain device, browser, and geographic restrictions.


Apple Pay and Google Pay are turned on by default in most accounts

Apple Pay

Apple Pay is available for mac and iOS users who have an active payment option in their Apple wallet, and are using safari on their Apple device.

In order for the Apple Pay button to appear as an option these requirements must be met.


Mobile iOS

Safari on Mac running macOS Sierra or later

Mobile Safari on iOS 10.1 or later

An iPhone (not an iPad; Safari doesn’t support them yet) with a card in its Wallet paired to your Mac with Handoff, or a Mac with TouchID.

A card in your Wallet

If these requirements are met, clients will be presented with a white Apple Pay button directly above the credit card button when viewing the payment screen.

Google Pay

Google Pay is available when using the Chrome browser and have an active payment method in their Google Pay account.

Chrome on Desktop

Chrome Mobile for Android

Chrome 61 or newer

Chrome 61 or newer

An activated Google Pay card

An activated Google Pay card or a saved payment method

If clients have a card saved directly to the Chrome browser that is not directly tied to a Google Pay account, they should see a white "Pay Now" button instead of a branded Google Pay option.


Based on the number of payment options saved, whether they are saved in the Chrome Browser directly, or through the Google wallet all play a factor on if/which button is displayed. These conditions are out of HitSends control, and it is not guaranteed that clients will see the Google Pay option.

Microsoft Pay

Microsoft Pay may be available to clients who have:

  • Windows device

  • Microsoft Edge 16.16299 or newer

  • A saved payment method

Grab Pay and WeChat Pay

Grab Pay and WeChat Pay can be made available for Chinese Clients and users in certain markets, as these methods are geographically restricted.

These wallets must be authenticated by the client in their respective applications and cause a redirect from the platform.


If you have any refunds disputes using any payment method, contact Stripe directly, as HitSend has no control over the transfer of funds.

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