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Keeping Authorize.net or applying for Stripe?

Hey UCRM community, looking for some feedback around processors.

 

Right now, we have Authorize.net as a gateway and a merchant account via iQ (formerly WorldPay). This is already set up, and works decently. When users leave our client zone to do a payment subscription, ucrm send them to Auth.net, which is very blah looking and not very user-friendly. Also, it seems you can only do a one-time payment with Credit Card and not ACH pull.

 

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I like the idea of Stripe because it is so API friendly and I'm sure gives a better experience to the user. Has anyone applied for a merchant account through them recently and got accepted? Also, what is your experience with using it on UCRM? Would it be worth looking into switching, or is it similar? 

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Re: Keeping Authorize.net or applying for Stripe?

I am signed up with stripe and did not have any issues. Their pricing is
straight forward which is nice. I have not had any issues with UCRM but I
think customers don't use it very much because they don't know what Stripe
is. I normally use it for reoccurring payments and ACH.

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Re: Keeping Authorize.net or applying for Stripe?

IPpay here, works well for both credit cards and e-checks (sometimes referred to as ACH, but that's not strictly correct).

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Re: Keeping Authorize.net or applying for Stripe?

How are you doing eChecks with IPpay and UCRM?

 

 

IPpay has been working good for us too and good support

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Re: Keeping Authorize.net or applying for Stripe?

They set it up for our account last month -- I don't actually know how it looks on the customer end, but we got paid.