Educational resources for WooCommerce Payments – the only payment method designed exclusively for WooCommerce, by WooCommerce.
Can one WooCommerce Payments account be used with multiple websites?
In short, no, each WooCommerce Payments account can only be connected to one site. You can, however, have multiple WooCommerce Payments accounts, each connected to its own site. Fraud prevention is one of the main reasons for this restriction, as allowing accounts to switch between websites would make it difficult to determine what the account […]
Preventing Disputes with WooCommerce Payments
Handling disputes from customers can be one of the most painful parts of running a business. The absolute best way to manage them is to stop them from ever occurring in the first place. There are a number of tactics you can use to do this, which are discussed in this document. For guidance on […]
Stripe Capital FAQ
WooCommerce has partnered with Stripe to offer eligible businesses access to fast, flexible financing through the Stripe Capital program. Through this partnership, WooCommerce can connect you with Stripe Capital to offer small business loans originated by Celtic Bank. Stripe helps WooCommerce identify merchants using WooCommerce Payments who may be eligible for these loans, so be […]
Subscriptions with WooCommerce Payments
When using WooCommerce Payments, you have two options to sell subscription products: The built-in subscriptions functionality, or The WooCommerce Subscriptions extension This document provides information on using the subscriptions built into WooCommerce Payments. If you’re using the WooCommerce Subscriptions extension and WooCommerce Payments, everything will work as covered in the WooCommerce Subscriptions documentation. If you […]
WooCommerce Payments — Documents
Note: This feature requires at least WooCommerce Payments 4.1.0 installed. WooCommerce Payments provides a list view to access the documents available for your site. This page includes the VAT invoices we provide for merchants from eligible countries, with new document types to be added in the future. This page is currently only available to merchants […]
WooCommerce Payments — Stripe Link
Stripe Link is a simple and secure way to pay across any site that uses it, not just WooCommerce Payments sites! Enabling Stripe Link To enable Stripe Link, follow these steps: In your WordPress dashboard, go to Payments > Settings. Make sure that “Credit card / debit card” payments are enabled in the “Payments accepted […]
WooCommerce Payments + Stripe Capital
Note: This feature requires at least WooCommerce Payments 3.8.0 installed. WooCommerce has partnered with Stripe to offer eligible businesses access to fast, flexible financing through the Stripe Capital program. Eligibility WooCommerce businesses are automatically reviewed for eligibility on a daily basis, and you will be contacted via email if your business qualifies for an offer. […]
WooCommerce Payments Start Up Guide
WooCommerce Payments provides your store with: A payment gateway to accept credit and debit cards directly onsite; and A dashboard for managing transactions, including payments, refunds, disputes and deposits, integrated into your site’s WordPress administration area. WooCommerce Payments is currently available only to merchants based in a supported country and selling in a supported currency. […]
Accepting Apple Pay with WooCommerce Payments
WooCommerce Payments provides your store with Apple Pay, which makes it easier for customers to checkout using their Touch/Face ID on Apple devices. This document describes how to set up, test and troubleshoot the Apple Pay feature with WooCommerce Payments. Apple Pay Setup Apple Pay is automatically setup and ready to accept payments after setting […]
Can I migrate my information between accounts?
Switching to a new WooCommerce Payments account should be avoided in most circumstances. This is because it’s not possible to migrate all of the data from one account to another. Even after the new account is up and running, transactions that took place on the old account will no longer be manageable via your WooCommerce […]