Easily process payments and have the funds deposited into your account each day! Gazelle partners with Stripe.com; and setting up or connecting an existing account is easy.
NOTE: Using Stripe to process payments is optional. You can still process payments manually.
GETTING STARTED WITH PAYMENTS
Step 1: Connect your Stripe account to Gazelle. Click Here.
Step 2: Choose where your funds will be deposited.
Step 3: Invite your customers to easily pay their invoices online.
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
Are there fees?
Yes, Gazelle charges $0.25 USD per transaction + standard card processing fees managed through Stripe.com. Everything (including PCI compliance, processing fees, and depositing funds into your account each day) will be managed through Stripe.
Does Gazelle support payments for international currencies?
Yes, all payments and fees will be processed in your local currency. We support all the countries and currencies Stripe supports. Click here for more info.
What kinds of cards and digital wallets can I accept?
You will be able to accept payment from any credit card, debit card, Visa, Mastercard, Discover, American Express, and digital wallets like Apple Pay, and Android Pay, etc...
Can I accept bank draft payments from my customers?
Yes, the Gazelle-Stripe integration will give you the option of accepting bank drafts (which are popular because they have significantly lower processing fees), but some limitations may apply to your specific location outlined below:
European Union (SEPA) Payments
Gazelle supports SEPA payments; however you will need to enable this option in your Stripe account before you can select it as a payment option in Gazelle.
United States (ACH) Payments
ACH payments will be coming soon for companies in the United States (Stripe is currently developing this feature and estimates it to be available in the second half of 2021 or sooner).
Canada (EFT) Payments
In Canada, only cards and digital wallets can be accepted at this time.
United Kingdom (BACS) Payments
Gazelle can support BACS payments but our UK customers said this form of payment wasn't something they use very often. We will evaluate putting it on our development roadmap if there is enough demand grows from our UK customers. Email firstname.lastname@example.org to request this feature.
Australia (BECS) Payments
Stripe does not support BECS payments at this time. We will evaluate putting it on our development roadmap if Stripe adds this compatibility and if there is enough demand from our Australia customers.