Arlo integrates with secure payment gateways to allow you to take credit card payments for your registrations through Arlo's checkout.
The option to pay by credit card will be given to the registrant at the time of registration.
Stripe is Arlo's preferred payment gateway. The Stripe integration is embedded as part of the Arlo checkout, giving registrants a seamless payment experience. In addition, Stripe does not require a merchant account to be set up, so you can start accepting payments in less than 10 minutes with Arlo.
Arlo's Stripe integration is embedded as part of the Arlo Checkout so registrants have a seamless payment experience.
Stripe does not require a merchant account to be set up, so you can start accepting payments in less than 10 minutes with Arlo. The Stripe integration also supports full and partial credit card refunds being completed within Arlo.
If you are using Arlo's Xero integration, Arlo can also send Stripe transactions fee's to a separate expense account, so reconciling your orders is simple.
Learn more about Arlo's Stripe integration.
Arlo allows you to accept payments and make refunds by credit card through the Arlo Shopping Cart. PxPay 2.0 is an independent e-commerce solution provided by Windcave (formerly Payment Express) that integrates directly with Arlo. You can choose to have clients directed to a Windcave payment page or embed the payment page as an iFrame into your checkout.
Using a Hosted Payment Page to accept sensitive card data, PxPay2.0 provides a financially secure and compliant solution without exposing merchants to sensitive information.
Learn more about Arlo's Windcave integration.
- You will need an account with your chosen credit card gateway i.e. you cannot set up an account or completely manage your credit card payments through Arlo. Each of the available credit card providers has different fees.
- Arlo does not charge you for the set up of any payment gateways that we currently integrate with.
- The payment is managed by the provider, so Arlo does not hold any of the credit card information, except for a 'token' from the gateway provider with the status of the transaction (approved/declined).