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Wix recurring payments made simple with PayForm

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If you have a Wix website, chances are that you are selling a product or service. And if you sell a membership service or a similar recurring charge, Wix recurring payments are not something that is possible. But that’s no longer true. With solutions like PayForm, you can easily add a checkout form to Wix that fully supports recurring payments. Payment forms made in PayForm supports both, Stripe and PayPal.

Wix recurring payments are easy to achieve with PayForm

Register for free in PayForm. We offer a 7 days free trial where you can create unlimited forms easily. Also, these forms can be easily added to any Wix website with a Wix HTML element. If you need more control about how this form is embedded in Wix, choose the option to embed it as a widget. This is also the recommended way of embedding a for to achieve recurring payments.

Creating recurring forms is very intuitive. Just select a recurrence period, or enable “Advanced options” to select set-up advanced options like trial periods. You can have a form ready in a couple of minutes.

What are the next steps?

Once you have embedded your form, your website is ready for Wix recurring payments. That’s it. PayForm takes care of everything, from transactional emails to a subscription portal where your users can manage their payments.

Also, don’t be limited to your website. Forms created in PayForm can be shared on social media and sent though SMS or other channels directly to you customers. You can also create different forms depending on the currency of your customer, or you can embed it in other platforms like Squarespace or WordPress.

In the other hand, if you only sell on Wix, you will also be able to enjoy PayForm’s full power. Try PayForm for free and see why it is the best solution for Wix recurring payments.

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