Stripe Credit Card Transaction Fee Explanation

How the Stripe Credit Card Transaction Fee Works

Every time a customer opts to pay for your activities by credit/debit card, a transaction fee will occur. The transaction fee will either be absorbed by the activity provider in full, or split between the parent and activity provider. As the provider, you make the decision regarding how the fees are handled, based on how you want to accept payment for your activities.

 

Option 1: Enable upfront payment for activities

  • The provider's full transaction fee amount is 3.63% + 30c
  • Transaction fees are inclusive of 15% GST 

 

Why activity providers pay the full transaction fee when enabling upfront payment for activities.

Activity providers will absorb the full credit/debit card transaction fee amount of 3.63% + 30c if you wish to take payments for activities upfront. Taking payments for activities upfront enables providers too...

  1. Have Enrolmy automatically reconcile credit/debit card payments against invoices
  2. Empower parents to pay for their term activity within 15 minutes of booking with you
  3. Ensure that customers who don't pay for your activity, don't take up a bookable space
  4. Have refunds handled by Enrolmy Support

 

Option 2: Enable various forms of payment for activities

  • The split fee amount that a parent pays is 1.85%
  • The split fee amount that a provider pays is 1.85% + 30c
  • Transaction fees are inclusive of 15% GST 

 

Why activity providers enable various forms of payment for activities.

Activity providers will opt in to split the credit/debit card transaction fee amount with customers. Splitting the fee with customers enables providers too...

  1. Accept various forms of payment for the activity; direct debit, automatic payment, cash or POS payments. 

 

How To Change Your Fee Structure 

If you have already submitted your Credit Card Setup form, but would like to change the fee structure that your organisation has selected. Then please contact Enrolmy Support with a written request to make the change.

 

 

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