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New Integration: Create Payment Forms with WePay and JotForm

July 11, 2017

jotform and wepay

At JotForm, we’re always on the search for new integrations to help your forms do more. So what better way to put your forms to work then to help you get paid? That’s where our integration with top United States-based payment provider WePay comes in. 

WePay is a leading provider of integrated payments to platforms like JotForm. You can use this integration to process customer orders, collect donations, sell event tickets, and more. 

Key Features from WePay:

  • - 2.9% + $.30 credit card processing fee
  • - Extremely simple process to create a merchant account
  • - Award-winning support

You’re now able to create a WePay account right from the form builder and be up and running in no time to start collecting payments.

Check out a demo payment form powered by WePay here. 

Get started by selecting WePay from the dropdown in the form builder for your payment form. 

wepay jotform setup

Then select the “Connect with WePay” button, which will direct you to the WePay signup page. 

connect jotform wepay

And signing up for WePay takes very minimal effort. Just give your name, email, and create a password. 

wepay signup

Once you’ve confirmed your new account via your email, simply add your tax ID number to your account to accept payments right away. Then all you need to do is specify on your payment form what you’d like to sell, and for how much money. 

JotForm and WePay make it incredibly simple for any organization to collect money and customer information simultaneously. For instance, if you run a catering company that offers multiple dishes and quantities, and you want customer information regarding the event date and location, you can use an order form that collects all of the info you need while processing the payment through WePay. 

Are you using WePay for payment forms? Let us know about your experience in the comments below! 


MADAMIGA (July 12, 2017 at 05:43 PM)

not sure what to do here

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InspireDR (July 15, 2017 at 10:04 AM)

We Pay configuration is not working properly. Unable to link our we pay account. Receive error "Failed" when trying to connect. Please assist as soon as possible.

Thank you!!

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Mbongenim (July 17, 2017 at 06:31 AM)

I dont what I to be done here?

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