Understanding the Stripe Partner Program

    Have questions about joining the Stripe Partner Program or becoming a Stripe Verified Partner? Below, you’ll find answers to our most frequently asked questions. If you have further questions after reading this, contact us at partnerprogram@stripe.com.

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    Stripe Partner Program

    This section answers basic questions about participating in the Stripe Partner Program.

    Where can I go to learn more about the Stripe Partner Program?

    To learn more about the Stripe Partner Program—including the different partner types, what it means to be a Stripe Partner versus a Stripe Verified Partner, and the Stripe Partner Program benefits—please see this overview.

    Who can join the Stripe Partner Program?

    The Stripe Partner Program is currently tailored to the following three partner types. See which description best matches your integration with Stripe:

    • Platform Partner: You are adding payments to your platform, allowing businesses on your platform to accept payments and handle payouts using Stripe.
    • Extension Partner: You are building additional features on top of the Stripe platform, offering extra functionality to businesses already using Stripe.
    • Plugin Partner: You create plugin integrations for open-source and/or self-hosted platforms like WordPress, Magento, or PrestaShop.

    Is there a fee to join the Stripe Partner Program?

    The Stripe Partner Program is free to join. If you would like to become a Stripe Verified Partner and access our upgraded benefits, there is an annual program fee of $250 (USD).

    How do I get listed in the Stripe Partners gallery?

    Only Stripe Verified Partners are eligible to be listed in the Stripe Partners gallery. Stripe Verified Partners are trusted by Stripe businesses and users to provide the most reliable, secure, and effective tools in their category. Learn more about becoming a Stripe Verified Partner.

    Does Stripe offer a revenue share program for its partners?

    Stripe does not currently offer a revenue share as part of this program.

    What are the legal terms applicable to the Stripe Partner Program?

    Please see the Stripe Partner Program Agreement.

    Where can I find more information about logo usage and Stripe trademarks?

    Please see Stripe’s official graphical resources and our Marks Usage Agreement.

    Is the Stripe Partner Program available in my country?

    Our only country requirement is that your product must be available in a country where Stripe is generally available to customers.

    Stripe Partner versus Stripe Verified Partner

    This section addresses requirements and benefits associated with qualifying as a Stripe Verified Partner.

    Why should I become a Stripe Verified Partner?

    By becoming a Stripe Verified Partner, you gain access to upgraded benefits, including full access to the Stripe Dashboard’s Partners section. You can learn more about what’s provided, and about the advantages of being a Stripe Verified Partner, in this overview.

    How do I become a Stripe Verified Partner?

    To become a Stripe Verified Partner and access our upgraded benefits, you should: (1) attest to meeting all the Stripe Partner Program requirements for your integration type, (2) submit your integration for quality review, and (3) pay the annual program fee of $250 (USD).

    Start the process in the Stripe Dashboard’s Partners section by submitting the Get Verified request form, which asks for information about your integration. Once you’ve submitted this form and your payment information, our team will review your integration. If necessary, our team will provide feedback to ensure that your integration meets the Stripe Partner Program requirements and follows our best practices. Please note that, to initiate the review process, you’ll need to have processed at least 20 livemode charges/calls to the Stripe API. Also note that we won’t charge your card until your integration has been reviewed and approved. For additional details, please refer to the Stripe Partner Program Agreement.

    What if I don’t meet one or more of the requirements to become a Stripe Verified Partner?

    If for any reason, you’re unable to meet all of the listed requirements for your integration type, you may provide an explanation for each unmet requirement on Stripe’s Get Verified request form. Our team will then consider your explanation, and will determine whether or not you are still eligible to become a Stripe Verified Partner.

    Why wasn’t I approved to become a Stripe Verified Partner? How do I apply again?

    If your integration doesn’t meet our Program requirements, we’ll email you feedback outlining how to improve the quality of your integration. Once you’ve modified your integration, simply reply to our email to notify us. We’ll take another look and let you know the outcome of our subsequent review.

    When will I hear back about my status of becoming a Stripe Verified Partner?

    Upon submission of your Get Verified request form, you’ll receive an email letting you know that your integration is being reviewed by our team, and that we’ll get back to you about your Stripe Verified Partner registration status as soon as possible.

    Where can I find the link to my Stripe Verified Partner listing?

    Stripe Verified Partners can search for their listing in the Stripe Partners gallery.

    Stripe Dashboard – Partners section

    Here are answers to questions about administration options in the Stripe Dashboard’s Partners section.

    How do I access Stripe Partner services?

    You can access Partner services in the Stripe Dashboard’s Partners section. This Dashboard section provides instructions on how to build a high-quality integration and submit it to Stripe for review. If you are a Stripe Verified Partner, the Partners section allows you to manage multiple aspects of your Stripe integration, and offers access to marketing, sales, and support collateral to help grow your business.

    How do I update my Stripe Partners contact information?

    From the Stripe Dashboard’s Partners section, select Settings to update your contact information under Partner settings.

    How do I update my Stripe Partners listing information?

    Once your integration has been reviewed and approved (i.e., you’ve become a Stripe Verified Partner), you’ll have the option to view and edit your Stripe Partners listing information in the Stripe Dashboard’s Partner settings.

    How do I change my payment information for the annual program fee?

    Stripe Verified Partners can update their payment information in the Stripe Dashboard’s Partner settings.

    How and when will I be charged for the annual program fee?

    You will be charged the Program fee in effect each year, on the anniversary date of your approval of Stripe Verified Partner status. In order to make this charge, we will use the payment information that you originally provided. You can update your payment information in the Stripe Dashboard’s Partner settings. For further details, please see the Stripe Partner Program Agreement.

    How do I give my teammate or someone else permission to access the Partners section?

    You can invite other members of your team to access a Stripe account. Team members and user roles are managed in your account’s Business Settings. You can learn more about Teams and Roles in our documentation. Please note that Administrator rights are required to access the Dashboard’s Partners section.

    How do I register and manage multiple integrations in the Partners section?

    Each of your Stripe integrations should be tied to its own Stripe account. In order to track each of your integrations within the Dashboard’s Partners section, simply ensure that each of your integrations is using the SetAppInfo API to pass your Partner ID to the Stripe API. To register and manage multiple integrations, use the Stripe Dashboard’s Stripe Account selector (top-left corner) to select the integration that you’d like to view. Learn more about identifying your integration.

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