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How to Enable Payment AuthorizationLast Update: March 5, 2017
When you are selling physical items or items that need your approval prior to delivery to the customer, you may sometimes want to get payment authorization only - and capture payment at a later time when needed.
Luckily, payment authorization is available on the following JotForm payment integration:
However, of the three, only Stripe integration has the option to capture the payment from within JotForm's interface (submissions page and email notifications). Also, with Stripe integration you should be able to charge your customers later with whatever amount necessary (charge amount different from authorized amount) through your Stripe merchant interface. For PayPal and Authorize.Net, you must login to their respective merchant interfaces and do the manual payment capture from there.
Here's How to Enable Payment Authorization on JotForm V3: