The 123FormBuilder – Stripe payment integration provides an extremely easy way to collect payments with your online order form. The best thing about Stripe is that it doesn’t require a merchant account. Funds go directly into your bank account and Stripe’s fee at successful payments is 2.9% + 30¢, with no other setup or monthly fees.
Stripe is primarily aimed at developers, but 123FormBuilder is here to help non-developers out. Like any other of our payment integrations, the integration with Stripe requires just authentication data that allows the applications to communicate. Your order form with Stripe can be set up in minutes!
The steps below will take you through the simple process of creating your Stripe payment form:
1. Build your order form! Create it in the Form Editor and assign prices to your fields. Offer multiple items for sale by setting prices for choice fields options or set a fixed price per submission.
2. Navigate to your Form Editor and select Stripe from the E-Commerce section.
3. Click on Connect and follow the instructions to enable the integration.
4. Back to the Form Editor, click on Stripe, and don’t forget to click the Enable button. If you want to use recurring billing, tick the option Use recurrent payment and add the necessary data.
If the Reference ID is enabled on your online form, you’ll also find it in your Stripe account, in the Transactions → Payments section, under Description. You may use this workaround to track your transactions.
Important NoteThe Reference ID prefix can contain up to 9 characters.
Note that the minimum recurrence period for Stripe is one month.
To test out the integration without having to do real transactions, follow these steps:
1. Enable the Use sandbox option.
2. Click Connect.
3. On the new tab at the top of the page click on Skip this form.
4. Make a test submission and check your Test data information in Stripe.
Now sit back and let the payments begin!
Stripe supports processing payments in over 135 currencies. For a list of all currencies, check out their article.