Changing payment settings

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Settings can be accessed from the nav bar, if you're using a phone then you may need to first tap 

 

Payment settings is where you can change your payment service to enable credit card payments. You can also select the culture used to format currency amounts.

UCare is PCI compliant meaning that the safety of how credit card information is stored is verified to conform with the PCI data security standard annually.

There are three payment services that you can choose from, and you can also enable to receive payments via PayPal.

Note: If you are using one of the payment services for online payments then you should purchase an SSL certificate for your website, these certificates are used to encrypt all payment information that is sent to UCare to help keep it safe from prying eyes.

Continue reading to find out more about each payment service.

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 Braintree
Braintree is an American company (owned by PayPal) that processes credit card payments for organizations around the world. This is an integrated solution meaning you need to purchase an SSL certificate to secure your website for payments.

There are three fields that are required to enable the Braintree service, your merchant Id, public key and private key. You can find this information in the Braintree portal, which you can access after you have signed up for the Braintree service.

 

Pushpay
Pushpay is an New Zealand and American company that processes credit card payments for organizations around the world. Pushpay is an integrated solution meaning you need to purchase an SSL certificate to secure your website for payments.

Pushpay also provide mobile Apps and other unique experiences to help people easily and quickly give. This also allows people to set up regular giving, it also helps reach the 80% of people who attend your church but don't give regularly. 

To enable Pushpay tap the "Connect with Pushpay" button, this will redirect you to your Pushpay account and ask if you want to grant permission for UCare to connect. After you agree; you are returned to the UCare payment settings, the selected currency is set in your Pushpay account.

Note: There is some configuration options that the support team will need to help you with, please contact support@ucarehq.com so that we can help you today.

 

Stripe
Stripe is an American company that processes credit card payments for organizations around the world. Stripe is an integrated solution meaning you need to purchase an SSL certificate to secure your website for payments. 

To enable Stripe tap the "Connect with Stripe" button, this will redirect you to your Stripe account and ask if you want to grant permission for UCare to connect. After you agree; return to payment settings and select the currency that you want to process payments, the available currencies are set in your Stripe account.

 

PayPal
PayPal is an American company that processes credit card payments for organizations around the world. PayPal is a hosted solution meaning you don't need to purchase an SSL certificate to secure your website for payments, we see a drop in the number of successful payments because of this redirect so recommend you use PayPal together with another payment service.

The PayPal option can be enabled separately from the other Payment services. It provides an alternative payment method for people that don't have a credit card, PayPal can also link to a person's bank so they can give from their bank account.

You may already have a PayPal account making this the quickest option for getting started with receiving payments. You'll need to enter the email address associated with your PayPal account, select the currency you want to receive payment and select an image that is displayed on the payment confirmation page (this will likely be your church or ministry logo).

  

Payment email

Once a payment service has been selected the payment email details will display, enter a message to include with payment confirmation emails. You should also add your tax and contact information that will be added to invoices that UCare sends with payment confirmation emails.

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