UpMenu offers you various online payment intermediaries to choose from. Let’s find out how you can configure and activate online payments through Stripe!

Stripe payments configuration

Stripe Payments is a payment processing platform that allows your customer to make a payment for your products by way of a credit or debit card transaction. The company uses security features, such as TLS (SSL) and encryption, to ensure the safety of the transfer.

Make sure that your website is secured with HTTPS since Stripe requires it for payments to work.

  1. Log in or sign up on the Stripe website.

  2. In the dashboard, click on the “Developers” button.

  3. Copy live API keys: Publishable key and Secret key and save them.

  4. Go to “Restaurant” → “Payment Types” in the UpMenu panel.

  5. Select “Online payments” and then “Stripe”.

  6. Paste the Api keys in the appropriate fields and save your changes.

  7. When placing an order, customers will be able to choose online payments made by Stripe.

Apple Pay Configuration

Apple Pay is a mobile payment and digital wallet service that allows users to make payments. It is supported on the iPhone, Apple Watch, iPad, and Mac. Discover how you can enable Apple Pay in your restaurant!

  1. Go to the Apple Pay Configuration on the Stripe website.

  2. Click on the “+ Add new domain” button.

  3. Enter the domain where you wish to enable Apple Pay.

  4. Download the verification file.

  5. Go to “Restaurant” → “Payment Types” in the UpMenu panel.

  6. Select “Online payments” and then “Stripe”.

  7. Activate Apple Pay using the slider.

  8. Upload the verification file.

  9. Come back to the Stripe panel and click on the “Add” button.

Google Pay Configuration

Google Pay is a digital wallet tied to a Google account that allows making quick online payments to your customers. The option is automatically by default on every Stripe account.

Credit card processing fees

As a restaurant owner, you must have a merchant account with the payment provider for the settlement of credit card and/or debit card transactions. For more information on credit card processing fees, please contact your payment provider.

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