Stripe Payments - Magento® 1

Stripe Payments - Magento® 1

Stripe Payments - Magento® 1
$99.00

Stripe Payments is an advanced and feature-rich module that will integrate your Magento® website with the Stripe payment gateway. You can now accept secure, PCI DSS v3.2 compliant payments on your website with a simple install of the module. Your Magento® admin area will deeply integrate with Stripe to manage refunds, multi-currency orders, telephone orders placed from the admin area, partial invoicing, saved cards, security checks, authorization-only orders and more. At the checkout, your customers will enjoy a fluid checkout that allows single-tap payments with Apple Pay, integration with many OneStepCheckout modules, a professional appearance with card brand auto-detection and re-using previously saved cards. And your business will benefit from the module's advanced fraud prevention features, the coverage of many business needs such as charging after shipments, store translations, multi-currency support and much much more.

Stripe Fees

Stripe is a payment gateway with a very simple pricing model. In the United States, the pricing would be a simple 2.9% +30¢ per transaction with no monthly fees, refund costs or other hidden fees. You can check the pricing for your country by clicking here. Stripe is one of the most cost effective, reliable and user friendly payment gateways in the world.

Your earnings from Stripe are automatically transferred to your bank account on a 7-day rolling basis. It will accept all major international debit or credit cards, including Visa, MasterCard and American Express from customers anywhere in the world. You can charge your customers in any currency, which will be converted in your country's local currency at an excellent conversion rate.

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★ Features ★

We've got you covered!

  • Supports all major credit, debit, gift and prepaid cards.
  • Multi-store, multi-currency and even multi-stripe account support.
  • Supports all 100+ currencies and countries of Stripe.com, including zero-decimal currencies.

What your customers will love

  • Mobile customers can pay in a single tap with Apple Pay.
  • Supports Amazon-style saved credit cards for faster customer checkouts. These are never saved on your server (only on Stripe's secure servers) and customers can add or remove them from their account if they want.
  • A clean and professional look with all accepted card icons on the checkout page.
  • Real-time card type detection with sliding and fading icon animations.
  • Inline payment form validation with user friendly error messages.

Advanced Security

  • Supports Stripe.js v2 for increased security by tokenization.
  • Supports Stripe.js v3 with Stripe Elements for SAQ-A PCI DSS compliance.
  • Supports 3D Secure for card fraud prevention (also known as Verified by Visa, MasterCard SecureCode, J/Secure or American Express SafeKey)
  • Shift liability for chargebacks to the bank by using 3D Secure card verification checks.
  • Use Stripe Radar to automatically mark high risk orders as fraudulent (see an example)
  • The Address Verification System (AVS) is used to send the customer's name, email, phone, country, city, address, postcode and state are sent to Stripe to create custom Stripe Radar rules for automatically declining high risk orders based on merchant-defined rules.
  • Stripe.js and AVS are additionally used in the admin area and customer account sections for 100% PCI compliance coverage. Your customer's card details are still secure even if your website is compromised.
  • Supports the standard Card Verification Code (CVC) checks.
  • In the admin area, view card verification checks for suscpicious orders together with card details from the bank such as the country of issuance.

Expand your business with powerful add-ons

  • Need to sell subscriptions or accept monthly payments? Our Stripe Subscriptions add-on is already one of the best subscription modules for Magento® ever made.
  • Are your customers based in Europe? Just plug in Stripe Euro Payments to accept payments with Bancontact (Belgium), Giropay (Germany), iDEAL (Netherlands), SOFORT (Austria, Belgium, Germany, Netherlands, Spain, Italy) and even SEPA Direct Debit (covers 32 countries within the Economic and Monetary Union)
  • Are your selling in China? Cover 92% of the market with our Alipay and Wechat Pay add-on.
  • Setting up a multi-vendor marketplace? Coming in Q4 2017 - Support for Stripe Connect

Full functionality coverage in your Magento® admin area

  • Supports creating orders and capturing payments from the Magento® admin area, also known as Mail Orders/Telephone Orders (MOTO).
  • Supports full, partial and adjusted refunds from the magento admin area, as well as refund fees, partially refunding shipping costs, refunding only certain items in a basket etc. Refunds work seamlessly with multi-store, multi-currency and multi-stripe account setups.
  • Supports sending invoices automatically by email to the customer right after the order email.
  • Choose between Authorize and Capture payments (i.e. capture payments immediately upon purchase) or Authorization Only payments (i.e. capture payments later) when you need to manually verify stock levels, shipping details etc before finalizing the payment.
  • Re-capture expired authorizations using your customer's saved cards
  • Supports Partial Invoicing when items are out of stock and an order cannot be fulfilled with all items.

What will save you development time

  • Designed to work with the majority of One Step Checkout modules as well as heavily customized desktop/mobile themes and checkout pages.
  • Includes translation files for use with either multi-language websites, or to help you easily customize labels to your liking.

We pay attention to the details

  • Supports multi-address shipping.
  • Supports setting a Minimum Order Amount, which if it is not met, the payment method is not displayed at the checkout.
  • In multi-currency websites, choose to charge in either the store currency (what the customer sees at checkout) or the base currency after applying the exchange rates (which will save you Stripe's 2% currency conversion fees).
  • Supports Stripe Webhooks for handling redirect-based payment methods such as 3D Secure.
  • Rock solid reliability. We run an automated, comprehensive test suite before every new release to check all possible customer scenarios and to ensure that your customers get the highest quality of customer experience in the market.

How we guarantee a smooth and pleasant experience

  • Comes with an always up-to-date, comprehensive installation and configuration guide with screenshots for the entire span of functionality, which can be comfortably read by non-technical store owners.
  • We frequently update the module with new features and improvements, and we make sure to test it against every new Magento® version.
  • 1 year access to free upgrades. learn more
  • Free customer support.learn more
  • 30 day money back guarantee.learn more

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License upgrades:

If you have already purchased a Single Domain License and you need to upgrade to the Unlimited Domains License, please click here.

Compatibility: Magento 1.4.2 - 1.9.3.6

Disclaimer Cryozonic Ltd is an independent Magento® development company whose products are not sponsored by or associated with Stripe, Inc.


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Changelog

Version 2.7.8, Released 2017-11-09

- Apple Pay no longer requires a customer email to be displayed at the checkout (improves compatibility with OSC modules and guest customers)
- When Stripe Radar is enabled, orders can now be placed under "Manual Review" based on custom rules defined in Stripe Radar
- The outcome of charges is now displayed in the admin area under the payment info section
- Adjustments required by Stripe Euro Payments v1.1.2

Version 2.7.7, Released 2017-10-25

- The zip/postcode is no longer collected through Stripe.js v3 & Stripe Elements. The billing address is used instead.
- Added support for MageWorx OneStepCheckoutPro v3.4.4
- Added support for GoMage LightCheckout v5.8, v5.9
- Added support for MageCloud Clarion OSC v1.0.2
- Updated integration for Idev OSC v4.1.0. Added CSS it's 3-column layout.
- Minor locale additions

Version 2.7.6, Released 2017-09-20

- Bugfix when viewing the Billing Agreements section

Version 2.7.5, Released 2017-09-19

- Fixed Apple Pay security check when used with Stripe Elements
- Fixed initialization crash in v2.7.4 when both Stripe.js v2 and Stripe.js v3 are loaded together

Version 2.7.4, Released 2017-09-13

- Apple Pay can now be enabled with both Stripe.js v2 and Stripe.js v3 (Stripe Elements)
- Updated integrations for MageBay OneStepCheckout, AdvancedCheckout OSC and Idev OneStepCheckout
- Fixed: In some cases when a 3D Secure authorization is canceled, the canceled order's cart items would not be re-added to the active quote

Version 2.7.3, Released 2017-09-01

- Various fixes with card saving and deduplication across all payment methods

Version 2.7.2, Released 2017-08-28

- Fixed issue affecting Magento 1.9.3.4 where captured 3D Secure invoices would be stuck in Pending status
- Fixed missing Zip and Street checks in admin for cards created with Stripe Elements
- Added CVC check results in admin area

Version 2.7.1, Released 2017-08-24

- Fixed card saving error for card sources generated with Stripe Elements

Version 2.7.0, Released 2017-08-18

- DEPRECIATED: The Beta API for 3D Secure has been replaced with the newer Preview API. 3D Secure is now officially and fully supported.
- Stripe.js v3 + Stripe Elements now create sources instead of tokens - Major module-wide changes to support sources instead of tokens.
- 3D Secure: Added new webhooks endpoint for handling redirect-based 3DS authentications. Module upgrades will need to configure this endpoint.
- 3D Secure: The merchant can now enable 3D Secure for either "Required" verifications only, or for both "Required and Optional"
- 3D Secure: Supports saving cards that have been verified after a redirect and a successful webhook charge
- 3D Secure: Saved cards in customer account section and at the checkout can now be either Sources (created from the Sources API) or the old-style card objects. Both can be added and deleted from the customer account section.
- 3D Secure: The 3DS verification will also trigger if a customer selects a saved card at the checkout page
- 3D Secure: Failed authorizations will now re-add order items to the customer's cart after redirecting back to the merchant's website.
- 3D Secure: Admin orders using sources will work with both "Authorize Only" and with "Authorize and Capture" settings
- 3D Secure: Order emails will now be triggered only after a successful charge in the webhooks controller.
- 3D Secure: Capturing admin orders that have not been authorized yet will notify the admin with an appropriate message.
- 3D Secure: When placing an admin order with card details that require a customer 3DS verification, the admin will be notified with an appropriate message.
- New and improved card saving deduplication algorithm that works with sources as well. Single-use sources are now ignored.
- Stripe Radar / Address verification details now additionally send the billing address line 2, customer name, city, country, state and telephone
- Stripe Radar checks run on top of 3D Secure verification checks for combined security.
- The card's origin country is now displayed in the payment information box in the admin area to help with fraud detection
- Added a new module configuration setting to automatically email a copy of the order invoice.
- Added a new module configuration setting to specify a Minimum Order Amount. The payment method is hidden if this is not met.
- The payment form validation has been replaced with Magento's inline form validation, which works better with OneStepCheckout modules.
- Added Stripe.js and Stripe Elements support for AdvancedCheckout OSC v2.5.0
- Added Stripe.js and Stripe Elements support for Magesolution Athlete Ultimate Magento Theme v1.1.2
- Improved payment data cleanup when the customer changes from one payment method to another
- Fixed Apple Pay issue with large amounts that contain commas
- Fixed a customer address issue that prevented customers from adding new cards from the customer account section
- Fixed shipping tax calculation issue when Apple Pay is used for Stripe Subscription purchases
- A changelog.txt file is now included with the package

Version 2.6.0, Released 2017-06-25

- Added support for Stripe Euro Payments add-on which adds 5 new payment methods: Bancontact, Giropay, iDEAL, SEPA Direct Debit and SOFORT

Version 2.5.7, Released 2017-06-12

- Upgraded Stripe PHP library to v4.12.0
- Small CSS fixes on checkout
- If an OSC module is used, inline errors are displayed as an alert instead

Version 2.5.6, Released 2017-05-23

- Allow cards that do not support 3D Secure to fall back to regular charges
- If a logged-in customer has multiple saved addresses, use the selected dropdown value at checkout instead of the customer's default billing address
- Tested FireCheckout 4.0.2, fixed integration issue

Version 2.5.5, Released 2017-05-18

- Fixed a javascript crash when reading the email of guest customers in OSC modules

Version 2.5.4, Released 2017-05-16

- Improvements with retrieving and sending the customer's billing address and email to Stripe across many parts of the system. Affects OSC modules, Apple Pay, guest customers etc

Version 2.5.3, Released 2017-05-04

- Added support for Magecheckout OSC 2.2.1
- Fixed issue with Stripe Radar caused in v2.5.1 - card name is now used again in Radar

Version 2.5.2, Released 2017-04-20

- Added support for Stripe.js v3 + Stripe Elements at the checkout, customer account section and in the admin area.
- Added support for NextBits OneStepCheckout 1.0.3

Version 2.5.1, Released 2017-04-06

- Added support for Amasty OneStepCheckout 3.0.5
- The IWD OSC integration has been updated so that the 3D Secure modal appears when the final Place Order button is clicked
- Tested with IWD OSC 4.3.4
- Payment form elements are no longer disabled when the customer navigates to the final review step of the checkout
- Removed AVS configuration option, billing details are now always sent to Stripe for all transactions
- Logged in customers with no billing address will now be directed to their address book before adding saved cards from their account
- The card name is no longer a required field - Magento validations will still apply on the form
- Fixed warning in logs caused by trying to retrieve Stripe Radar results for recurring subscription orders
- Block and templates refactoring so that the AVS billing address and customer email are retrieve and sanitized from a helper

Version 2.5.0, Released 2017-03-14

- Upgraded to Stripe PHP library v4.4.2 [major]
- Updated Stripe API to 2017-02-14
- Added support for MageBay OSC 1.1.5
- Added the ability to disable Apple Pay from the configuration section
- Trim whitespace from API keys in configuration
- Removed unnecessary order status change when an order is refunded in full or partially
- Stripe.js compatibility improvement with some themes
- Fixed Stripe.js issue when zip code validation fails
- Fixed Stripe.js place order button bindings in admin area
- Fixed Apple Pay initialization issue with IWD OSC
- Fixed javascript crash with Apple Pay in saved cards section

Version 2.4.1, Released 2016-12-29

- Adjusted a statement using PHP 5.4 array syntax to work with older versions of PHP

- Added Stripe.js support for Ultimo Theme when used together with FireCheckout OSC

 

Version 2.4.0, Released 2016-12-15

- Added support for Apple Pay [major]

- Apple Pay can be used with the Stripe Subscriptions add-on to purchase subscriptions

- Apple Pay can be used with 3D Secure

- The 3D Secure modal width now adjusts on narrow mobile devices

- Saved cards radio buttons now have card icons based on the card brand

- It is now possible to capture expired authorizations of guest customers that have saved cards in their Stripe account

- CSS fix for Idev OneStepCheckout

 

Version 2.3.3, Released 2016-11-27

- Stripe Radar will now create uncaptured invoices for orders placed in Authorize Only mode, so that they can later be captured from admin if they are legitimate

- Added a new validation for scenarios where Stripe.js is not used correctly by OSC modules

- Added official support for MageStore OSC 3.5.0

- Updated Stripe.js integration for Idev OneStepCheckout 4.5.x, which broke with the 2.3.0 release

 

Version 2.3.2, Released 2016-11-11

- Stripe.js is now enabled by default on a stock installation

- Translation CSV files can now be used to also translate the admin area

- Added a way to cancel orders for authorizations that have expired

- Fixed javascript validation issue with Magegiant OneStepCheckout

- Fixed an error logging bug in the admin area affecting 2.3.0 and 2.3.1

 

Version 2.3.1, Released 2016-11-04

- Bugfix when retrieving Stripe Radar results in the admin area

 

Version 2.3.0, Released 2016-11-02

- Stripe Radar support - Automatically mark orders as fraudulent based on a pre-selected risk level

- The admin payment info block now links to the customer and payment objects in the Stripe Dashboard

- The admin payment info block now displays Radar Risk level, captured status, refund status

- Improved AVS support for OSC modules that do not refresh the payment form when the billing address changes

- Imporoved OSC checkout loader for 3D Secure and payment form styling

- 3D Secure API calls will now always use the secure Magento base URL

- Converted some templates into blocks for better Magento coding standards compliance

- Added additional server-side card validations with user friendly error messages

- Increased Stripe.js security when javascript crashes prevent form inputs from becoming disabled

- Fixed Stripe.js initialization issue in the admin area when refreshing a semi-completed new order page

 

Version 2.2.2, Released 2016-09-30

- Will now save cards for guest customers too when the "Save without asking" option is selected

- Fixed javascript crash with certain themes when merged javascript is enabled; caused by prototype's window.js (issue appeared in v2.2.0)

 

Version 2.2.1, Released 2016-09-14

- Added official support for Awesome Checkout 1.5.0

- Improved generic support for all OSC modules

- 3D Secure now works with custom URL multi-store configurations

- Various Javascript refactoring

- Under the customer account, the saved cards section will now display even with saved cards disabled

- Added appropriate error messages when adding new cards with saved cards disabled

 

Version 2.2.0, Released 2016-08-30

- Added iframe based 3D Secure support for new and saved cards [major]

- Added 3D Secure support in the Stripe PHP library

- Added Stripe.js support for MageGiant OSC 4.0.0

- Stripe.js is now loaded dynamically during the checkout only, improving page load performance everywhere else

- The loading spinner at the checkout step now appears before the Stripe.js API call, giving a better checkout flow

- Improved Address Verification checks (AVS) to prevent hackers from manipulating javascript to bypass AVS

- Removed obsolete AdminHead overwrites which seemed to conflict with some reporting modules

- All credit card icons are now preloaded to make the CSS3 card auto-detect animation smoother

- Placing orders from admin will now disable the Save button while the Stripe.js token is generated

- Bumped up the supported PHP version to 7.1

- Upgrade to Stripe API 2016-07-06

- Moved all JS code and CSS selectors out of templates and into asset files, cleaned duplicates, combined multiple asset files into one

- Disable Stripe API fallback when there is a javascript crash. Force usage of Stripe.js when it is enabled.

- Moved IWD OSC specific code from a core method to the rest of the OSC modules

- Remove xxxx-xxxx-xxxx- from the card infobox, now only using the last4 digits

- Added new locale strings

- Fixed an admin JS validation issue

 

Version 2.1.1, Released 2016-03-15

- Added new configuration option to trigger receipt emails from Stripe for successful payments and refunds
- AVS can now be used in the back office for newly created customers without a saved billing address
- Improved Stripe.js support for multi-stripe account setups
- Two compatibility improvements for Idev's OneStepCheckout
- Added official Stripe.js support for FireCheckout 3.2.0
- Fixed stuck spinner in saved cards section when Stripe responds with an error after adding a new card
- Other codebase cleanup and stability improvements

 

Version 2.1.0, Released 2015-11-20

- Added Stripe.js support for 2 new OneStepCheckout modules
- The payment info block now displays the used card’s last 4 digits
- If saved cards are disabled, hide the saved cards section from the customer account
- Performance improvements in the back office
- Now saving guest checkout session IDs which are required by Stripe Subscriptions 1.7.0 onwards
- Fixed new card not saving issue at checkout page when changing already entered shipping address and Stripe.js is enabled
- Fixed refund issue when "Pay in store currency" is disabled but the customer placed an order in the store currency

 

Version 2.0.0, Released 2015-10-29

- Optionally select and display which card types are accepted for a more professional look (implemented as icons)
- Added real-time card type detection with sliding and fading CSS3 animations
- Added Stripe.js support for the multi-address shipping mode
- Fixed compatibility issue with PayPal Express
- Fixed Stripe.js issue when the customer has no saved cards
- Fixed some PHP notices logged in the web server's log

 

Version 1.9.9, Released 2015-07-31

- Customers can now add saved cards from their account section
- AVS checks results are displayed on each order in the back office
- Card type and last 4 digits are now displayed in the back office
- Synchronization of Magento customers with Stripe customers now happens upon payment
- Various improvements for guest checkouts
- The module can now be disabled for specific store views
- Small CSS fixes

 

Version 1.9.4, Released 2015-02-26

- Upgraded stripe-php library to v1.18.0 (https://github.com/stripe/stripe-php/tree/v1.18.0)
- Module updates to reflect the latest Stripe API changes (https://stripe.com/docs/upgrades#2015-02-18)

 

Version 1.9.3, Released 2015-02-22

- Added support for capturing invoices and credit memos in addition to orders in multi-store configurations.

 

Version 1.9.2, Released 2015-02-20

- Added support for adjusting/partially refunding orders that have already been adjusted or partially refunded.

 

Version 1.9.1, Released 2015-02-14

- Stripe.js mode now works with IWD OnePage Checkout
- Stripe.js library is now loaded in a different way, improves compatibility with certain themes
- Improved support for running cron job order placements

 

Version 1.9.0, Released 2015-02-03

- Added a configuration option for switching between Stripe API or Stripe.js modes.

 

Version 1.8.0, Released 2014-12-19

- Added ability to handle expired authorizations by re-creating them with a saved card
- Improved logging of payments against the customer object in the Stripe dashboard

 

Version 1.7.4, Released 2014-11-24

- Added support for multi-address shipping.
- Added support for multi-stripe account configurations on the same website.
- Added support for charging in either local or remote currency in multi-currency setups.
- Fixed issue with new order status, improved CSS for better theme support.

 

Version 1.7.0, Released 2014-06-08

- Added checkbox that allows users to opt-out from saving their card when this feature is enabled.
- Saving cards now also works with customers who register during the checkout process.

 

Version 1.6.0, Released 2014-05-07

- Customers can now remove saved cards from their account page

 

Version 1.5.1, Released 2014-05-01

- Fixed issue when saving multiple customer cards

 

Version 1.5.0, Released 2014-04-17

- Added support for Amazon-style saved credit cards which are PCI compliant.

 

Version 1.4.1, Released 2014-03-23

- Added translation files to be used with multi-language websites.
- Updated documentation.
- Fixed small html markup inconsistency.

 

Version 1.4.0, Released 2014-02-28

- Added support files for integrating Stripe Subscriptions and Magento Recurring Profiles. Stripe Payments 1.4.0+ is now required for our Stripe Subscriptions 1.0.0+ add-on module which available on our website.

 

Version 1.3.0, Released 2014-02-03

- Added support for the Address Verification System (AVS) - prevent fraud by automatically validating the customer's billing address against the card owner's address. Can be optionally enabled from the configuration section. Works for both regular orders and with back office telephone orders.

 

Version 1.2.0, Released 2014-01-28

- Added support for taking telephone orders from the magento back office, also known as Mail Orders/Telephone Orders (MOTO).
- Bugfix with refunds on Magento 1.8.x

 

Version 1.1.0, Released 2014-01-22

- Added support for authorization only payments and partial invoicing with automatic partial refunds triggered on Stripe.

 

Version 1.0.2, Released 2014-01-09

- Bugfix on displaying customer information in the Stripe dashboard

 

Version 1.0.1, Released 2014-01-02

- Validate the cardholder name during Stripe's token generation

 

Version 1.0.0, Released 2013-12-12

- Supports all major credit, debit, gift and prepaid cards. All countries supported, your customers can be anywhere in the world. All currencies in the world are supported. Works with Magento 1.4 to 1.8.

 

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