Intellectual Property Notices

Last Updated: August 15, 2018

By registering with Stripe, businesses confirm that they will not use the Stripe Service to accept payments in connection with certain businesses, business activities or business practices that are prohibited. For more on this, please see our Prohibited Businesses.

One such prohibition is the sale of any product or service that directly infringes or facilitates infringement upon the trademark, copyright, or other intellectual property (“IP”) rights of any third party. If you are an IP rights holder, or an authorized representative of an IP rights holder, and have a good faith belief that a product or service is being sold using the Service that infringes your IP rights you may bring this to our attention by filling out this notice (“IP Notice”) and returning it via email, or by mail to:

Stripe, Inc.
Attn: Legal Notices (IP)
510 Townsend Street
San Francisco, CA 94103, USA

Upon receipt of a complete, signed IP Notice we will investigate and take action, as appropriate, which may include removal of infringing product(s) or service(s), and/or termination of a business’ use of the Service. You understand and agree that as part of our investigation we may share the IP Notice with the allegedly infringing business.