Payment Terms are terms that apply to the use of Payment Methods. You can decide whether or not to use a Payment Method. However, if you use a Payment Method, you accept and agree to the terms applicable to that Payment Method, which will form part of your agreement with Stripe.
- Amex Express Checkout
- Apple Pay on the Web
- Bacs Direct Debit (United Kingdom) Invite-only Beta
- BECS Direct Debit (Australia) Invite-only Beta
- EPS Public Beta
- FPX Invite-only Beta
- Google Pay
- Klarna Invite-only Beta
- Multibanco Public Beta
- SEPA Direct Debit
- Visa Checkout
The above list is not an exhaustive list of the Payment Methods offered by Stripe, and there are Payment Methods for which there are no separate Payment Terms.
Payment Method availability also varies by geography. Depending on your location, you may not be able to use one or more of the Payment Methods listed above (or that are otherwise offered by Stripe). The Payment Methods available to you are set out in your Stripe dashboard.
Amendments and changes
Payment Methods are sourced from various providers, and each provider controls the terms that apply to its Payment Method. As a consequence, the terms and Documentation applicable to a Payment Method are subject to change at any time, and it is your responsibility to periodically review the terms and Documentation in order to ensure that you are aware of, and comply with, the applicable requirements.
Stripe may add or remove Payment Methods at any time. If Stripe removes a Payment Method, Stripe will provide you with notice prior to the removal becoming effective for you, except where Stripe is required by a third party (such as the Payment Method provider) to cease offering the payment method.
Redirection to online banking pages
Some Payment Methods require the re-direction of the Customer to an online banking page (“Online Banking Payment Methods”). If you use an Online Banking Payment Method, you must ensure that the Customer is able to recognize that the re-direction has occurred via the display of the bank’s URL in the address line of the browser, and the Customer must be able to review the security certificate for the bank’s online banking page. In addition, you may not use any iframes (or any other method that integrates the online banking page within your site content) when including an Online Banking Payment Method in your payment process.