How to accept credit card payments on my website

How to accept credit card payments on my website

You have created a beautiful web page, and a doubt crosses your mind: How to accept credit card payments on my website? While with some solutions like PayPal alone you can embed a payment button, if you need to build a checkout form and have more control of the checkout experience, you need a solution like PayForm. In this article, we’re going to see how to accept credit card payments on my website, using PayForm as a solution to embed an amazing checkout experience.

How to accept credit card payments on my website with PayForm

The first step to begin accepting credit cards in your website is registering with PayForm. In order to accept credit card payments, PayForm uses Stripe. Stripe is one of the leading payment processors and doesn’t require a merchant account to get started. You can register for a Stripe account at the same time you’re creating your PayForm account. In one simple step you will be ready to start accepting payments.

If Stripe is not available in your country, you can also use a PayPal account to accept credit card payments in PayForm. To do this, just connect your PayPal account and you’re ready to go. PayPal is readily available in over 200 countries.

Create your first payment form and embed it in your website

This second step is fairly easy. Build your checkout form in PayForm’s easy to use editor. Create plans, select currencies and pricing and you’re set up. In less than a minute your form will be ready to start accepting credit card payments in your website.

Once the form us ready, embed it in your website using its simple one line of code that you can paste in your website. It’s easy and will take a couple of seconds. And if you use WordPress, you can easily use our WordPress plugin to embed a form without using code.