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I suggest you also review this user guide http://www.jotform.com/help/63-How-can-I-receive-SSL-Submissions. The article described how to have SSL encrypted jotform.
If you do not use SSL encryption in your jotform, then the whole form (including the payment tool on it) is NOT SSL encrypted.
BUT since the payment tool is integrated to 3rd party payment gateway, upon submission of the non-SSL jotofrm, the redirection to the payment gateway (i.e. Paypal) will now become SSL encrypted(https). You will noticed this in the payment screen which usually is the redirection destination. You will see that the payment screen will now be using https in its URL.
Hope this clarify the matter. Please inform us if you need further assistance.
I had found yesterday the tick box to secure a form. That is now active on
my form & website.
I understand that the paypal option redirects you to a secure site. My
concern was with the paypal pro credit card option, the details are entered
Paypal Pro uses the same API from Paypal. But Yes, we recommend using SSL to your form when integrating to payment tools with credit card fields or that is asking for credit card fields, like Paypal Pro or Stripe or Authorize.net.