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How to accept payments with on your WordPress site

If you are looking for a way to accept online payments securely on your WordPress site or eCommerce store using as your payment gateway, I have got good news for you.

You can now accept payments with on your WordPress site using a simple forms plugin. Using WPForms and the add-on, you can now accept credit card payments seamlessly on your website no matter which device the user is on. Also, you can choose whether it needs to be a one-time payment or a recurring subscription.

You can just configure it once and you’re all set.


SSL Certificate

But, before you can get started with using as the payment processor on your WordPress site, make sure you have enabled SSL (HTTPS) on your website as it is required while collecting sensitive information and processing payments on your website.

Elite License

Also, you need a WPForms Elite license to take advantage of this feature. If you’re new to WPForms, you can check out my WPForms review. WPForms is one of the best form builder plugins for WordPress. Fortunately, building payment forms is one of their most popular features. I have already written about creating payment forms, order forms, and donation forms with Stripe and PayPal before. Do check it out to get an idea of what WPForms can do for you.

If you haven’t got WPForms yet, you can get it by clicking on the below button.

(comes with 14 days money-back guarantee)

How to connect WPForms with

Once you have installed and activated WPForms and the add-on on your site, go to WPForms –> Settings from your WordPress dashboard menu and click on the Payments tab. From here, you can choose the currency that you’d like to use for processing the payments.

On the same page, you can also find the section below where you can enter important details like your API and transaction key. You can get these details from your account. settings page in wpforms plugin

To get this information from, log in to your account and open the Settings page. On the Settings page, you need to click on the API Credentials and Keys hyperlink to view your API Login ID. api credentials and keys page

You can also create the Transaction Key from the same page.

create new transaction key from account

Once you have integrated WPForms with your account, you can create as many payment forms as you want by going to Payments –> Authorize.Net from the page builder screen and checking the box labeled Enable Authorize.Net payments.

It’s that easy.

Now that you know how to accept payments using as the payment gateway on your WordPress site, why don’t you go ahead and give it a try?

You can now try WPForms risk-free on your WordPress site, thanks to their 14 days money-back guarantee. If you don’t like WPForms after buying it, you can always get a refund with no questions asked. How’s that for customer-centric, pretty good right?

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