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Order Form BasicsLast Update: September 21, 2016
Services such as PayPal, Stripe, Braintree, Authorize.net etc. allows you to collect payments from your websites. What they don't provide is integrated order forms where you can ask any kind of questions to your customer.
For example, if you're selling a service, you'd want customers to enter details about their industry, needs, interests etc. We help you setup payment integrated forms in minutes using a simple wizard.
Example Use Cases Using Order Forms
- Get donations for your cause
- Sell products directly from your website
- Get recurring payments for memberships/services
- Sell registrations like concerts, seminars, special events
- Sell e-books, PDF reports, white papers on a landing page
JotForm's Integrated Payment Gateways:
Things to Know Before Using Payment Integrations
1. Obviously, you need to create or have an account with the preferred payment gateway.
2. Some payment gateways such as Paypal standard, do not allow collecting credit card information on your own page, so your forms will simply redirect users to these sites to complete payments.3. Compare the options, Dwolla is in particular a great choice for USA based business, it offers to accept payments with no fee per transaction.
Other good options could be Square, 2checkout or Worldpay
We've got the basics handled. Let's go on learning to the order types we can use on JotForm.