This article covers additional adjustments to the Payments tab after you've completed your initial configuration in your Settings app. Once you've chosen which payment method(s) you want to offer, you'll need to take additional steps. Read on for details about your payment method selection(s).

PayPal

PayPal is one of the most recognizable, trusted, and widely-used payment methods on the internet. We offer an integration with PayPal Express Checkout for all stores.

When you go through initial configuration in your Settings app, you're asked to choose a payment method. If you choose PayPal or PayPal and Stripe, PayPal is already available to your customers. They can place orders through the service before you've even connected your store to a PayPal account (they can either log in to an existing account during checkout, or create one as they go).

Funds collect for up to 30 days for you to claim, after which PayPal automatically returns the funds to the shopper's account. You just need to take a moment to connect to an active PayPal business account before the redemption option expires.

For information about our PayPal integration, see the following articles:

Stripe

Through our integration with Stripe, you an accept all major credit cards. For more information about our Stripe integration, see "How to Accept Credit Cards Through Stripe".

Apple Pay

If you use Stripe, you can offer an Apple Pay option to shoppers who use the Safari browser.

Apple Pay offers shoppers a way to store payment methods on their local devices for convenient input when checking out during an online shopping session. For more information on using this option, see "Apple Pay".

For information about other aspects of your Settings app, see the following articles:

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