Quietly but not surprisingly, Paysafe has become a top 5 non-bank payment processor in the U.S, enabling businesses of all sizes to accept credit card payments. It’s possible you’ve paid for items at a store and they swiped your card through a Paysafe issued card reader, but they also securely process online payments. And that’s where Jotform’s new Paysafe integration comes in.
Using Jotform and Paysafe, you can collect credit card payments directly through your form. So say you’ve created a cake order form that allows your customer to customize what size, flavor, color, layers, and text to include on the cake itself. Wouldn’t it be nice to simultaneously be able to accept payments when the customer submits the request? Using the Paysafe integration, you can. It’s also a handy way to accept payments for event registrations, membership fees, and nonprofit donations, to name a few.
Key Paysafe Features:
- Ability to accept more payment types from anywhere. Accept all major credit and debit cards, ACH, alternative payment methods, as well as Google Pay and Apple Pay.
- Flexible Pricing
- Industry Leading Customer Support with Dedicated Account Managers
- Fraud and Chargeback Management, Encryption, and Compliance
- Customer Vault and Tokenization
The only thing standing in your way between collecting Paysafe payments through your forms is a painless, 3-minute integration setup process.
To get started, you’ll need to be in the form builder, editing a form that you’d like to add Paysafe to. Once you’re there, click on “Add Form Element” on the left, then find Paysafe on the list of options under the Payments.
You’ll be prompted to connect your Paysafe account to JotForm. No problem. All you need is your username, password, and account number.
Now the fun part! Using Jotform, you can fully customize what it is you’re selling, then choose an appropriate price.
You can add multiple products, coupon code options, and images to coincide with what you’re collecting money for.
Thousands of Jotform users power their businesses using our payment integrations. Because the only thing better than an online form is an online form that collects money.
Does your business currently use Paysafe? How are you going to use this integration? Let us know below in the comments!