Stripe is integrated with our website.
Co-founder - Flutter Social
Stripe is really easy to use and integrate. In the early days, they had issues with international transactions, but these days, they are really well streamlined and they too are improving continuously and we can feel it.
Founder & CEO - SendBird
Full Circle sells a couple of products on Salesforce AppExchange which uses Stripe.
President & CEO - Full Circle Insights
Stripe is pretty straightforward.
Co-founder & CEO - SalesWings
I like Stripe a lot--the API is easy to use.
Founder & President - RippleMatch
Stripe is working very well for us.
Co-founder & CEO - MuseFind
Stripe automatically processes payroll every two weeks.
Co-founder & CEO - MuseFind
Stripe is our trusty credit card processor and they have been great to work with. That said, we are excited because PayPal is being implemented as we speak! Being in financial services we’re held to a higher standard so it took awhile to get accepted into their merchant program, but we’re in! We are excited because we know that merchants who accept PayPal see much higher sales than those who do not. This means that contributions to female entrepreneur campaigns should go up, so we can’t wait to see how the PayPal integration helps to grow our entrepreneurs' bottom lines.
Founder & CEO - iFundWomen
We use Stripe for payments under $1,000/mo. For bigger projects, we ask for wire transfers as Stripe could get too expensive. Stripe and Intercom work very well together. This allows us to send thank you emails after payment. Or if the credit card is not working we can trigger a debt collection email. This is very helpful when you have thousands of users.
Co-founder & CEO - Ubidots
Stripe is great--it’s super simple. It was built for companies looking for a strong, flexible API. For this purpose, Stripe is the gold standard.
Founder & CEO - Travefy
We use Stripe. We really like using it--so far it’s been pretty easy.
Kate Bradley Chernis
Co-founder & CEO - Lately
We use Stripe for ACH processing. It’s exactly what we needed, because we are processing very large payments for consumers and automated monthly payments. With ACH you do not pay percentage fees, but a flat fee.
Founder & CEO - Common
We are using Stripe. I love them--the interface is really easy. We can do ACH payments and it allows for a lot of different options. It’s really worth it.
Founder & CEO - Zera
We were accepted into the Stripe Atlas beta program that helped our company with the incorporation process. The part of Stripe that I like the most is that they expand their efforts beyond credit card processing. They are involved with the community and they make an effort to really understand the businesses that they help. For example, through them, we were able to open a 2-year no fee bank account. This is a smart effort on their side, as it adds a lot of value to me as an entrepreneur. It also helps them to get more people to adopt their product.
CEO - Go Pollock
Stripe is nice. If you have a complex pricing structure though, it gets really hard to manage. Other tools have built-in features for recurring payments.
Co-founder & CEO - Frame.io
Stripe is great: it works, it’s easy to develop with, and they’re making it better all the time.
Co-founder & CEO - GMB Fitness
Stripe has great API documentation.
Co-founder & CEO - Amper Music
We use Stripe. They have a non-profit discount that we are using now. We are able to integrate with it because we are a technical team, while some other non-profits might struggle.
Co-founder & President - JustFix
Stripe is awesome--it has great documentation and support.
Founder & CEO - Open Collective
We tried setting up Stripe but we could not because of the lack of support for a PayPal integration. In our market, there is deep PayPal penetration. That said, Stripe has made great strides in supporting marketplaces like Panjo with casual sellers. We are actively reconsidering Stripe.
CEO - Panjo
Stripe was pretty straightforward to set up. If I had to pay those fees on all transactions though, I would be annoyed, but our larger deals are check or wire.
Founder & CEO - API Fortress
Stripe is good. It's lauded for its API, but we had to build a lot of software around it because we have so many products. It has been very reliable and easy to integrate, but somewhat expensive.
VP of Technology - Gust
Stripe is certainly more cost-competitive than other providers, although it can be difficult to troubleshoot payment issues that arise.
Co-founder & CEO - Olika
We have used both Stripe and Braintree, but we still haven’t committed on either of them. We had some issues with Stripe in the past, but we are willing to give it another try.
Co-founder & CEO - Smiletime
Stripe sometimes does not support some credit cards. For example, we were trying to process the payment for a customer in Vietnam but it would not go through. It is hard when you have customers all over the world.
Founder & CEO - Tagove
We use Stripe. For the most part we have no problems. The resolution process sometimes takes too long. We built our own tool to manage subscriptions.
CEO - Fuel
We are happy with Stripe--it is easy to set up and it works in Spain.
Co-founder & CEO - Kompyte
Stripe is easy to use. It integrates well.
Founder & CEO - Zuvaa
We use Stripe. We specialize in building infrastructure for cards, so we have a lot of our own tools.
Founder & CEO - Current
We just started with Stripe and so far it has been easy to implement. We have not used it for long enough to know if there are some limitations. They have done a very good job to make it easy to set up for developers.
Co-founder & CEO - Yalty
Stripe had a better plug and play than other payment options. We’ve been nothing but happy with Stripe so far. I wish Stripe had a little bit better reporting, but that’s why we’re using Chart Mogul.
Co-founder - NiftyImages
We're lucky. Being a mobile app almost all of our transactions are handled by the App Store / Play Store which means we don't have to worry about creating a payment infrastructure. Whenever we want to process payment ourselves, we use Stripe--it makes both our users and engineers happy.
Co-founder & CEO - Peak
Our billing is generally to large companies. We and they predominantly use invoices and money transfers. For smaller clients we use either Paypal or Stripe. Stripe is nice--it has a nice interface and is easy to use for our clients.
Alain van Gils
Co-founder & CEO - T-shaped
We are evaluating four tools: BrainTree, Stripe, Adyen and GestPay Starter from Banca Sella. We are leaning towards Stripe because it is easier to integrate.
Founder & CEO - Velasca
Stripe is fantastic. I appreciate in particular the ability to have different development and production environments. It makes setting up a credit card processing system very easy. In all the years that we used it, Stripe never had any stability or reliability issue.
Co-founder & CEO - Periscope
Stripe was more liked by the engineering team but for reporting, Braintree is better.
Co-founder & CTO - Tailor Brands
We do not accept many credit card payments. For the ones that we accept, we use Stripe. We like that it integrates easily with Xero.
CEO - HackerYou
We have no problems with Stripe--it was very easy to integrate. Something I would wish for is even more flexibility for how to handle your different pricing plans and transition between them.
Co-founder & CEO - Proximi.io
Stripe works well. Aside from the setup, there is not much interaction with it, which is good.
Founder & CEO - Nanit
Stripe is our tool for online payments. For an international and multi-currency company as ours, it’s a very useful tool that serves its purpose very well, and we get everything that we need from it.
Partner & CBDO - Dayuse.com
We like Stripe, but they have a very minimal offering. If you want some more services, you have to use other tools on top of it like Recurly. Stripe’s API is really good, but I wished they exposed more of it on the UI/dashboard as you need more data to do financial analysis on it.
Co-founder & CEO - Authorea
We switched from Braintree to Stripe mainly because, being a marketplace, we needed the Stripe Connect feature. It works very well and streamlines accounting.
CEO - Scripted
We moved from Authorize.net to Stripe. Stripe is so much better. It is flawless and easy to use.
Founder & CEO - Cheekd
Stripe is our payment gateway.
Co-founder & CEO - Moesif
We are looking into using Stripe; we might start in a few weeks. It has good reviews and seems to meet our needs. We looked at PayPal’s Braintree as well.
CEO & Co-founder - Pyze
Stripe is awesome. Before Stripe, setting up credit card payments was a nightmare. Stripe makes it so easy. If you think that it is too pricey, know that with another tool you will end up paying anyways in developer time.
Co-founder & CTO - Teem
When we had a consumer product, we used Stripe.
Co-founder & CEO - UCIC
Stripe is great. They’re easy to setup and use. Because we did presales, we talked to Stripe’s founders and they made it easy to help us do presales and we rolled out our own e-commerce system. Stripe’s payment checkout flow is very optimized; they’ve got the flow locked down. It’s super easy to do refunds too.
Founder & CEO - Sproutling
Stripe is great--it has made processing credit cards payments very easy. Our major issue with Stripe, which is more an issue with the banks and how they integrate with Stripe, is that we have to deal with a lot of failed payments due to false-positive anti-fraud measures. It can be quite frustrating--but it is getting better over time.
Co-founder & CEO - Qwilr
Stripe is perfect--the only problem is pricing. It’s the best tool out there for processing card payments.
Co-founder & CEO - TravelPerk
We use Chargebee for recurring payments. It’s an interesting product as it’s not the most slick UI out there, but we wanted an engine that takes recurring subscription payments and has a good API. We have our payment system plugged into Stripe and Chargebee in the backend so the customer gets a seamless experience.
Co-founder & CEO - Beamery
Stripe is super, super easy. It’s very developer friendly and certain things it does so well. Some stuff on the consumer user side could be better. We didn’t have to build a UI for credit card processing. They handle all of it, and it’s mobile friendly. Credit card processing is one of the easier things that we did.
Co-founder & CEO - getPartnered
Stripe is a partner of the accelerator. Whenever we bill out projects or software, we would use Stripe and collaborate it with Xero to receive payments.
Founder & Managing Director - StartupRunner
I wouldn’t recommend Stripe. It offers the least value. There are a lot of bugs and problems in it for things that should be really basic. With payments, there is no room for error.
Founder & CEO - MyTime
We use Stripe to handle credit card processing. Although it works well, we are waiting for them to implement ACH.
Co-founder & COO - Loopio
Stripe was simple to integrate and does its job well.
Founder - Waffle
Stripe is the standard tool that we always use. It is pretty good.
Co-founder - Simple Fractal
We use Stripe. Credit card payment is a very small part of our business but growing. Stripe was a big win for us as it integrates very well with Xero. All invoices go out and can be paid online via Xero. We used to use PayPal, but a lot of businesses are reluctant to pay by PayPal.
Managing Director - Evoluted
Stripe is a bit more expensive than other credit card processing tools, but it is so much quicker to set up that it outweighs the expense. With Authorize.net, you have to build the entire system yourself, and it takes forever. I got a Stripe account set up in 5-6 minutes.
Founder - Vicky Virtual
Stripe is OK, but the fees are high. We try to keep it the old fashion way (i.e. checks) as much as possible, but it does not suit every client.
Co-founder - Matchnode
We use Stripe--it’s good. We have had it for two years. For high volume transactions, we do not use it because of the high fees.
Co-founder & CTO - MineWhat
Stripe is expensive, but when you reach a certain level of volume, you can negotiate.
Founder - Companion Maids
We use Stripe to process payments.
Founder - GrandBox
We also have Stripe integrated with Slack.
Co-founder & CEO - Limelight Health
We just got Stripe, but it is not yet integrated with our website.
Co-founder & COO - Fizz
We’ve had a lot of issues with Stripe, such as denied transactions. We move a lot of money through Stripe and they don’t have any answers for why we get declined. We trigger two of Stripe’s biggest “flags” (random amounts on international currencies and no regular charging schedule). We’re adding PayPal now and looking for something else. Ease of integration into Stripe was a great selling point, but their customer support has left a lot to be desired.
Co-founder & CTO - Beyond Pricing
We've had no issues with Stripe--it’s great. I wish they had international ACH. I also wish you can pay outbound ACH.
Co-founder & CEO - Lob
Stripe is well-documented and easy to set up. It takes you away from the gory details of managing and processing payments.
Co-founder & CEO - Payable
We do everything via Stripe.
Co-founder & CEO - Smync
Stripe is a crazy great tool, very easy to use and robust, and also developer-friendly.
Founder & CEO - CloudPeeps
Stripe is very easy to use and understand. The flow of it is really quick.
Founder & CEO - Do
Stripe has fantastic documentation, and an easy to use API. The only drawback is the integration with our accounting software and transparency with merchant processing fees. They take the fees out when they transfer funds instead of doing them separately. So you have to add up all the transactions, and then what Stripe pays you by finding the delta between the two. I would love to see some separation for more transparency.
Co-founder & CEO - PlushCare
We built an integration with Amazon Payments, but we use Stripe 99% of the time though.
Co-founder & CEO - Mammoth
We love Stripe, they have a great API. Stripe is killing it!
Co-founder & CEO - Stylisted
Stripe is great; it is easy to use and very simple to implement.
Founder - Engine
Stripe is simple to setup, and manages reporting very well.
Co-founder - Sorc'd
Stripe integrates with Wave and our website.
Co-founder - Flarian
Stripe has a higher charging model, but is very streamlined and we have it integrated with all of our processes. The company provides great customer support.
Co-founder & CEO - YouCanBook.Me
We use Stripe through Shopify. It’s been great.
Co-founder & CEO - AMPY
We are very happy with Stripe. The developer API and related libraries are very well built, intuitive and supported by thorough but clear documentation. They also have a very responsive customer service team. They are really cutting-edge and can handle many types of payment including bitcoin.
Founder - HandUp
Stripe is great. I wish it did more of the analytics part.
Founder & CEO - VIVE
Stripe does not have any major limitations. In general, it is a good tool. The only issue is that they do not have the ability to auto-renew.
Founder & CEO - LifeLine Response
Stripe is fine; it is really easy to get going with Stripe, but I wish the reporting was better on this tool. I also wish the API was better. We basically keep a local copy of all Stripe data in order to run our payment reports.
Founder & CEO - Coach.me
We use Stripe; the API is world class, and the documentation is clear. Also, we can process payments in most of the major currencies,
Founder - ZipBooks
Stripe is an awesome tool; it is easy to use, has a clear API and integrates smoothly with other tools.
Co-founder & Chief Product Architect - Koding
Stripe has been great, but optimizing pricing plans is still a pain. Stripe still provides solid building blocks, but optimizing pricing--doing things like testing different plans or moving from a freemium model to free-trial--is still a complex process.
Co-founder & CEO - Nitrous
Stripe is a lot cleaner to work and integrate with for a CCP, but the fees are pretty high; however, typically, the ease of use and integration offsets the slightly higher costs.
Founder - Neumarkets
Stripe has pretty good support, and has a good dashboard. Stripe does everything we need it to do.
Co-founder & CEO - Doughbies
TSYS Payments is a payment gateway that we are using currently. But we will be switching to Stripe – mostly for its webhooks that automatically alert us to chargebacks. It’s also cheaper and easier to use. Our plan is to one day only use Stripe, but it will take us some time to disentangle ourselves from Recurly.
Co-founder - Rocksbox
We have a very basic integration with Stripe, and we’re happy with it.
Co-founder & CEO - PowerToFly
We have Stripe integrated into our sales processes. We use Stripe to check customer credit cards to make sure they’re valid, and we also charge through Stripe.
Founder & CEO - TechnoRides
We’re not using anything currently, but we will use Stripe eventually. I’ve used Stripe at a previous company and loved it.
Co-founder & COO - Branch Metrics
Stripe is great!
Co-founder & CEO - Inkshares
We have Stripe integrated with Zoho for billing and accounting, which is nice.
Co-founder & CEO - DOZ
We chose Stripe because it’s very developer-friendly.
Founder & CEO - Wizeline
I’m pretty happy with Stripe. We chose Stripe over others mostly because of the cleanliness of their API and because it is very developer friendly. We have some international users and it doesn’t work very well internationally. The only problem I have with Stripe is that our users build apps through Bubble and therefore use Stripe themselves. For us personally, we are a US company so it doesn’t matter. But, we have some customers in India. Because we have international customers, if we were to choose all over again, I would have probably gone with Braintree. Braintree gets you PayPal, which works well everywhere.
Co-founder - Bubble
We chose Stripe because it was easier to implement than other payment processors, and we knew the founders. We looked at WePay and Stripe, and WePay was more rigid. We also wanted a white label solution that was more user-friendly, and Stripe fit the bill.
Co-founder - BuildZoom
Since Stripe is already integrated with Celery, it was the natural choice to go with Stripe.
Co-founder - Sutro
We use Stripe for our apps, and they’ve been really good to work with. Their APIs are very easy to use, and we got up and running quickly. We’ve built an integration between NetSuite and Stripe, which is great for us.
Co-founder - FullContact
Stripe is the best in the market now, and it’s easy for developers to integrate our backend with it. Our pricing on the backend is pretty complex, and it was easier to build out the complexity we needed and get it up and running on Stripe than any other platform. We would love to see them dive into analytics and create a dashboard. There are third party apps available to do that, but Stripe would probably build something better than what’s available now.
Co-founder & CEO - AdStage
We use Stripe internally, and on the app. The engineers love building on it.
Marketing Manager - Shippo
We haven’t used Stripe much at this point, since we’re only B2C right now, but when we launch our B2B side, we will definitely be using it more.
Founder & CEO - Good&Co
It was really easy to integrate Stripe into the product, and everything has been pretty seamless so far. We plan to use Stripe when we go live to consumers.
Co-founder & CEO - Neurotrack
We did research way back when for who was the most flexible and easiest to work with, in terms of their tech stack and API, and Stripe was the darling of the developer community at that time. We’re really happy we chose to use them because they have become quite the standard for SaaS companies.
Co-founder & CEO - SpeakUp
We are using Stripe primarily because it is extremely developer-friendly. It allows us to iterate our service quickly because the integrations are so simple to implement. We also appreciate that it absolves us from having to manage the complexities of PCI compliance.
Founder & CEO - FORTE
Stripe is good because it’s easy to use, and they have a super simple API. Only a very small snippet of code is required to use it. They had a big advantage about a year ago, but now PayPal is really catching up, and the two are more or less on par with each other. We are looking at other integrations now, and we’re very interested in PayPal, especially after they recently announced that they’re getting into the mobile checkout space.
Co-founder & CEO - Blue Bite
We use Stripe and that’s simply because it was set up for us and we’ve never had a need to change.
Founder & CEO - Arment Dietrich
Stripe is very good; we have no complaints.
Founder & CEO - Skout Deals
A lot of our companies use Stripe, but we don’t use them.
Co-founder & Co-director - Boomtown Accelerator
Stripe is really good; we’ve been happy with them.
Founder & CEO - Roomi
For higher value transactions, we use Stripe.
Founder & CEO - Museum Hack
We’re completely free at this point and haven’t started charging yet. But the idea is to use Stripe in the future. But we can only use Stripe after we open an American branch of our company. If we were to choose an Israeli company, we would use BlueSnap.
Co-founder & CEO - Rollout.io
We’re using Stripe. We chose it because Balanced, the marketplace payment processor we were previously using, went out of business and facilitated the transition to Stripe. We didn’t really consider other alternatives at that point. We do have some frustrations with Stripe’s customer service response time. Also, their user interface is targeted at developers rather than administrative staff, which can make tracking down information quickly a challenge.
Co-founder & CEO - Priori Legal
We love Stripe. Their API is great and their customer support staff responds within an hour - which is great.
Co-founder & CTO - Tutorlist
Stripe is really good. We’re able to charge our customers a la carte, without the need to store their credit card information in our systems.
Founder & CEO - Oktopost
Stripe is fantastic. They have the easiest API documentation by far.
Founder & CEO - Knowtify
I’ve used Stripe as a consumer, and I love their UI. I think they’re the best when it comes to that.
Co-founder & CEO - Veed.Me
We’re not doing any credit card processing yet, but we’re looking into using Stripe for the future.
Co-founder & CEO - Sociality Squared
We have a paid tier, and we use Stripe for that. For full disclosure, one of the founders of Stripe is one of our angel investors, but we chose Stripe because it was the best option, and has been good. It’s really easy to integrate with Stripe, and they have lots of nice options, like recurring plans and subscriptions. They also have a decent dashboard that allows you to see everything like customers, payments, and invoices. One thing that hasn’t worked well is when a customer add or removes a user from their plan. We tell Stripe to update the subscription “quantity”, or number of users, but the invoices generated by Stripe when you do this can be confusing. If you have 3 people and add 1, you’ll get line items on your invoice that say “Unused time on 3x credit” and “Remaining time on 4x credit”. The dashboard can also be a bit clinical. There are lots of add-ons and 3rd party apps that sit on top, like Baremetrics, that can provide helpful metrics, but it would be nice if that were built in. I’m confident we can get what we need from 3rd parties, if not Stripe itself, though. I have never had a need to go to their customer service, which is a plus, but on the rare times when I’ve seen people complain publicly, Stripe always gives a good response, so I expect their customer support to be good.
Co-founder & CEO - Fieldbook
We’ve just started to implement Stripe. We currently have a Magento store, but we’re transitioning from Magento to a combination of our own custom system, and Stripe.
Co-founder & CTO - Spree
We use Stripe to process consumer payments. They have fantastic API documentation, and they’re very easy to integrate with. On the flipside, at volume, Stripe is too expensive. As we process a higher number of payments, their cut is quite high.
CEO - Zumper
We were using Braintree because they had free credit processing, but then we switched to Stripe because they have more processes that are automated. Stripe also had a really seamless integration, and was faster--and looked better--than Braintree.
Founder & CEO - Dibs
We used to use Authorize.Net and it was the worst thing ever. I felt like I was transported to the Carter Administration when I used it! We switched to Stripe when we started to experiment more with payments. We still don’t use it that much yet, but all interactions with Stripe have been easy. The interface has been quite nice, and the fact that they have done product work on their interface in the past couple years, which Authorize.Net has not done, helps a lot. Lots of old-school software companies downplay the importance of interface and UX, but our generation and even our parents’ generation are so design-focused, we expect good design in our personal lives, so now we expect that good design should carry over to the business side too. Companies like Authorize.Net don’t seem to realize how important it is!
Co-founder - Kinnek
I love Stripe. There are times where we have issues with it, but overall, I don’t think any other processor comes close. There are little quirks in the dashboard, just like any software, but it’s been pretty easy to get up and running with it. It is a bit expensive, but I honestly didn’t look at other options.
Co-founder - Underdog.io
We were with Braintree, then with Balanced, and then Balanced went out of business. We’ve been happy with Stripe’s functionality, however their customer service has proven to be a real issue for us.
Co-founder & CEO - PivotDesk
We use Stripe on our website and for in-app purchases, as well. We don’t have a ton of volume yet, but in terms of ease of use, the dashboard is great. You can see all of your transactions, give refunds, etc., all from the dashboard, and I’m able to manage it perfectly well. We do not need any sort of technical backup on it. In fact, we just added Apple Pay as a payment option for in-app purchases in a test of our new app, and Stripe has integrated Apple Pay, so there has been no extra work required. We were able to easily drop an Apple Pay button in there.
Founder & CEO - Blinkbuggy
We prefer Stripe's user experience, but donation fraud has been as much of a problem for us as for so many other non-profits. We're using Paypal specifically because it introduces more friction into the payment process, but we'd like to go back to Stripe with a more robust fraud-detection layer.
CEO - DoSomething
We use PayPal and Stripe equally. It’s really up to the user to decide which platform they want to use. I love Stripe because I can invoice easily. The first time I used it, I sat down and poked around, and it took maybe pushing three buttons and I knew how to invoice through them. The user experience is very fluid and stupid simple.
Chief Operations Officer - CTRL Collective
Stripe just works, and it’s pretty easy to integrate.
Founder & Head of Operations - Wheelhouse
If you need a payment processor, just use Stripe. It's great and reliable.
Chief Design Officer & Co-founder - Zola
Our developers love working with Stripe because of the ease of implementation and good documentation. The only con to Stripe is the relatively weak reporting capabilities. With Stripe alone, it’s really hard to get good visuals on your data, but with Baremetrics alongside Stripe that problem is solved.
Founder - Built for Teams
Stripe is extremely easy to integrate. However, they don't provide ACH payouts--they require that the other side be a Stripe user in the US--though they've been slowly rolling that out internationally.
Founder & CEO - Codementor
I will never use Stripe again. Not having a customer service team is almost criminal when dealing with money!
CFO - Makeable
We are moving out of Adyen, our former credit card processing tool. Adyen’s rates were too high, and Stripe has a fantastic new feature: Even if a credit card has expired, a merchant can force the renewal and get paid. As long as the person has not formally stopped the payment, Stripe assumes that you can process the payment.
Head of Growth Marketing (former) - Mention
We’ve decided that we’re going to use Stripe, but we haven’t launched that integration yet. I love Stripe. They’re very developer-friendly, and they have a good library and support community. They also integrate with AngularJS, which we’re using for our web app. We really like predictable costs and developer-friendly tools, and Stripe checks both boxes.
Co-founder - Quill
We never accepted credit cards, but we did invoice people with Stripe. We sold in-app purchases in our app and in our partner apps, and we collected revenue from the app store using Stripe. Our accounting department was very happy with Stripe.
Co-founder - Aviary
We used Wells Fargo in the beginning, but it did not work well for us and was extremely frustrating to use. Stripe was the obvious choice for us when we decided to switch. We didn’t even consider any other processors. We have Stripe integrated with FreshBooks, which is great, and Stripe allows for recurring payments.
Founder & COO - Book In A Box
Stripe is very developer-friendly.
COO, Developer - Lightmatter
Stripe, especially from the point of view of a developer, is really great. It is extremely developer-friendly. For example, getting a checkout up and running requires very little code, and anything you want to do against their API is straightforward. We also use Stripe Connect, which allows our customers to have their own Stripe account, linked to ours. This allows us to issue charges on our customer’s behalf. It all works extremely well. Prior to using Stripe Connect, we had to deal with all disputes or refund issues, since Golf Genius would show up on the statement, instead of the customer’s name. This was a huge headache and waste of time for us, so we’ve been really happy with Stripe Connect.
Vice President of Technology - Golf Genius Software
I’ve used Stripe for several years at a previous company, and it worked well, so when we decided to choose one processor, we chose Stripe. In the past, we used PayPal, and we ran into situations where people wanted to pay us, but couldn’t because PayPal wouldn’t let them create a new account until they had resolved issues with their old account. And while we never had such problems ourselves, we heard horror stories about accounts being locked, and startups not being able to withdraw from their accounts. Also, when Stripe came out, the UI was so slick compared to PayPal. PayPal has since caught up a bit, but Stripe’s UI is still more startup friendly.
Founder & CEO - UnifiedVU
Stripe is just dead simple to integrate and implement. We love their marketplace feature, and they are very developer-friendly. They have a lot of documentation available, and they are very well-funded. Stripe also has great partnerships with big payment companies like Visa, and they also support Bitcoin.
Founder - Jurnid
We love Stripe. They made it really easy for us to set up subscription-based payments, to issue prorated refunds and a few other edge-case payment scenarios we needed to handle.
Co-founder - Eager
We had been using Braintree, but we switched to Stripe because its integrations are super-slick and it offers a great user experience for the customer. Stripe has done a great job of branding and differentiating itself; it’s very sexy for the developer community, and there are little usability functions in the consumer workflow that make it a nice tool. However, to me it’s just a commodity and there are some aspects I’m not thrilled about. I don’t think implementation has been dramatically easier than Braintree, nor the backend administration of processing refunds and transactions. It’s also missing some basic functionality; with Braintree and Paychex, which we had used before, you would receive a daily settlement email with your bookings, refunds and net sales for the day. Stripe doesn’t do that, so I have to be in the app tracking our daily totals much more closely, or use a third-party app (Control, which works on top of Stripe) to get that information. I would also strongly recommend that you negotiate Stripe’s fees. In the fine print, we realized we had been overpaying, and renegotiated our rates.
CEO - Fluent City
Stripe has an easy API to get started, but it gets complicated if you want to do more advanced stuff.
Founder - SilviaTerra
Stripe offers a very simple, clean integration with the space management tool we use.
CEO & Chief People Person - Founders Bloc
Stripe’s API is better than every other card processor.
CTO - Bowery
Stripe is the easiest credit card processor to set up.
Co-founder - Thinkful
I don't use them personally, but I have seen it in action and find them to be the best. Also, they have fantastic customer service.
Founder & CEO - Coin Out Inc.
Stripe has an insanely simple API, great support and a beautiful design. It’s in a different universe than Authorize.net and PayPal, our prior merchant service providers
Vice President - Clover Wireless
Stripe offers great integration. I've used all kinds of tools, and I keep coming back to Stripe because it's easy.
Ron J. Williams
Managing Partner - proofLabs Group
Stripe is just a super easy tool.
Co-founder - Monaeo
It’s great if you’re looking for an easy-to-use tool.
Founder & CEO - Hullabalu
(Stripe is) easy to use and implement.
Founder - Green Peak Labs
We use Stripe because of its simplicity. It's just super easy to set up.
Co-founder - Cooperatize
It was just the easiest thing to use. We never needed an alternate.
Co-founder & CEO - Segment
They have the best developer experience. It’s just easy.
Co-founder - Keen IO
Stripe has unparalleled customer service. When we were deciding between payment gateways, one of their engineers spent an hour with us helping to implement Stripe as a trial. I have no complaints about it, other than the commission can be high when you have a lot of revenue.
Founder & CEO - Framed Data
Stripe does a good job and have been helpful to us. We gave them financial goals, and they've worked with us on reducing rates.
Founder & CEO - Founder Shield
Stripe is really easy to set up, and it’s especially good at managing coupon codes.
Co-founder - Everplans
Stripe’s integrations are unreal. We love them for the tech, but the customer support has only been OK. We often have had to wait long periods of time to hear back, and almost always, the answers we get aren’t what we needed / were hoping for.
Co-founder and CEO - WayUp
We chose Balanced because we do project management and rent collection, and Balanced had better pricing for rent payments. Balanced was then bought by Stripe, so now we’re using that.
Co-founder & COO - Castle
Stripe is Shopify’s native credit card processor. We’ve used Braintree, too. Both were fine--I view credit card processing as a commodity service.
Co-founder - Tuckerman & Co.
Stripe is just so easy to use for our developers. It removes the headache from the entire coding process.
Co-founder & CEO - Zapier
I like Stripe a lot, mostly because it's so simple. Once it's set up, you don't have to think about it.
Co-founder - BananaDesk
It's great. It does everything it needs to really well.
CEO - Canopy Apps
We know the credit card industry very well, and Stripe is hands down the best. By far.
Co-founder - SocialRank
We have a large international customer base, so our integrated solution with Stripe and Zuora make for smooth transactions.
Founder & CEO - Layer
We used to use PayPal when we didn't integrate through Weebly, our web-hosting service (Weebly didn't have an online store feature when we built our site). We also used PayPal because we wanted to do online international ordering. We later scaled back down and switched over to Stripe completely because that's what Weebly uses.
Co-founder - Journey Bar, LLC
Stripe has been great.
CEO & Founder - Greatist
Stripe is great. It is the best payment processor I have ever used, and I tried several, like Braintree, PayPal and Merchant. Stripe is very simple but has good integrations.
Co-founder & CEO - One Month
Stripe is great. It’s super easy, both from the administration and development side.
Founder & President - Lionheart Software
I’ve used Stripe in the past. It's so easy to use and so flexible. The reporting is also really straightforward and they're rapidly embracing international payment. We get a lot of Chinese customers, and Stripe's platform for foreign currency is the best.
Co-founder and CEO - Fantasmo Studios
Stripe works fine. There was one problem that we had right at the beginning: some credit cards payments were refused and we didn't get any details about why, but that resolved itself once we had enough transactions that the banking and credit cards systems recognized .as a more established and safe.
Co-founder Stage: Seed - Sailo
Stripe is the Slack of credit card payments. A few years ago, there were a bunch of processors that you would compare, but now Stripe is really the only one to consider.
Founder & CEO - Tinkergarten
We're very happy with them. It's very easy to integrate and work with, and the fees are reasonable. Overall, we feel it serves a really important purpose, and is easy and reasonable to use.
Co-founder & CEO - The Muse
Stripe doesn't have the credit card reader, which is why we picked up Square. We've never actually used it, but we have it just in case. With Stripe, you have to actually implement it in your website before you can use it, but with Square I can just go to a web page and process something. Stripe is a bit more complicated in that sense.
Founder & CEO - Pair
It's awesome, super easy to implement and just works.
Founding Partner, Chief Product Officer - Reboot
45%Stacklist Startups Are Using Stripe
Stripe’s easy implementation and best-in-class integrations with other apps make it extremely valuable for lean startups. But its popularity rings true for any company of any size that’s looking to offer a top-notch payment experience for customers and an easy interface for its employees.
Like its product, Stripe’s pricing is simple. It asks for 2.9% plus 30 cents for each successful charge. They offer negotiable pricing if you have upwards of $80,000 sales per month.
Visit the website: https://stripe.com