Zyro's Business plan comes with the Lite store solution for accepting payments online. The payment platform available with the Lite store is Stripe. To set it up in your store, follow this guide 💡

Stripe is a convenient and trustworthy online payment provider that supports various payment methods:

Payment method

Details

Supported currency

Bank cards (both debit and credit)

Popular worldwide

Currencies supported by Stripe

Apple Pay

Popular worldwide

Currencies supported by Stripe

Google Pay

Popular worldwide

Currencies supported by Stripe

Afterpay / Clearpay

Popular in Australia, Canada, France, New Zealand, Spain, the UK, and the USA

USD, CAD, GBP, AUD, NZD, EUR

Alipay

Popular in China

CNY, AUD, CAD, EUR, GBP, HKD, JPY, SGD, MYR, NZD, USD

Bancontact

Popular in Belgium

EUR

Blik

Popular in Poland

PLN

Cartes Bancaires

Popular in France

EUR

EPS

Popular in Austria

EUR

FPX

Popular in Malaysia

MYR

giropay

Popular in Germany

EUR

GrabPay

Popular in Malaysia and Singapore

SGD, MYR

iDEAL

Popular in the Netherlands

EUR

Klarna

Popular in Europe and the USA

EUR, GBP, DKK, NOK, SEK, USD

PayNow

Popular in Singapore

SGD

Przelewy24

Popular in Poland

EUR, PLN

WeChat Pay

Popular in China

CNY, AUD, CAD, EUR, GBP, HKD, JPY, SGD, USD, DKK, NOK, SEK, CHF

Note: Some payment methods may only be available depending on your store's country and currency.

The default payment method available with Stripe is bank cards. Other above-mentioned payment methods are integrated (but not enabled) for all Zyro users by default. You can enable them manually:

1. In your store manager, go to the Payments section, and click Manage. You'll be redirected to your Stripe account. From here, you will also be able to issue refunds to your clients if needed.

2. In the payments settings, enable the preferred payment methods by clicking Turn on next to each (or click Turn on all to enable all at once).

Remember that these additional payment methods are available for your customers under special conditions. For example:

  • Google Pay is automatically suggested for those who have Google Pay set up on their devices.

  • Similarly, Apple Pay is proposed for those who have it set up on their devices and use the Safari browser.

  • Country-specific payment methods are available depending on your client's country.

Note: A transaction fee of 1% and a processing fee are applied to each purchase in your store.


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