PeopleVine is ready to start accepting payments immediately and we integrate with popular payment processors.
There are several places in the PeopleVine platform where you may need to accept payments from your customers. These include:
Recurring Billing & Transactions
Events & Ticketing
Appointments & Reservations
Choosing a payment processor
In order to start accepting payments in these sections, you must activate a default payment processor. Peoplevine currently supports the following a number of payment processing providers to enable payments.
Visit www.braintreepayments.com to sign up.
Braintree Payments supports credit card payments only
They are integrated strictly as a processor and no customer data or other info is shared with them. Peoplevine is the platform to manage all your billing, customers, etc.
Follow the steps here once your account is approved
Visit https://peoplevine.com/payments to start the process
Rates at 2.75% or less
Double tokenization for utmost security
Visit www.stripe.com to sign up
When in Stripe, choose "integrated by another platform" and put Peoplevine
Stripe supports credit card payments only
They are integrated strictly as a processor and no customer data or other info is shared with them. Peoplevine is the platform to manage all your billing, customers, etc. Follow the steps here once your account is live.
Adyen (EU only)
currently only available for eCommerce checkout (you must also have one of the providers enabled too) Follow the steps here to configure PayPal in Peoplevine.
Linking your Payment Processor to Peoplevine
Once you have setup your payment processor, log into Peoplevine, and navigate to the control panel by click the ⚙ cog icon on the right hand side.
Select Payment Processors under Settings and Tools.
From this panel you will be able to add your payment gateway to your Peoplevine account and begin processing payments.
Using Multiple Payment Processors
Peoplevine allows you to use multiple payment processors by assigning a processor to a domain. In order to setup a second payment processor you will need to configure a secondary domain name or a subdomain for your default domain.
You can now accept payments from a secondary domain name or subdomain on your account.
*Be sure that you have an SSL Certificate before completing this step.