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Wufoo and Stripe Join Forces to Power Payments in Online Forms

By Kevin Hale · October 11th, 2012

Hey, hey hustlers and go-getters! We’ve got some exciting news for those of you making money through Wufoo payment forms. To date, we’ve already helped our users collect over $100 million through our payment integrations. And in an effort to keep that money mojo flowing, we’re delighted to announce a new partnership with the smart people at Stripe, who are building one of the simplest developer-friendly ways to accept credit card payments on the web.

Before this new integration with Stripe, if you wanted to use the best version of our payment forms with our integrated payment checkout interface, which allowed you to process credit cards without having to redirect people off your website, you had to use a merchant provider that was going to put you through the paces in regards to paperwork, documentation and time.

Thanks to Stripe’s elegant APIs, instant underwriting and next generation infrastructure, our team got to focus on what we do best and offer the most streamlined way to leverage online payments through our beautifully designed web forms. Now, you can start collecting payments almost immmediately from inside Wufoo. If you don’t have a Stripe account, we can help you create a temporary one and guide you through the process of getting it activated without having to leave the comfort of our app. With just a few clicks, Wufoo + Stripe will put fund collection at your fingertips, help you avoid the hidden fees associated with page redirects, and provide complete pricing transparency.

Our new integration with Stripe, along with our growing arsenal of existing plug-ins for websites and CMS tools, makes collecting funds faster and easier than ever. Once you’ve enabled Stripe payments on your Wufoo form, simply embed it into any website, and watch the Benjamins roll in. We think this is going to be a game changer and we’re really proud to be a part of it.

Many thanks go out to the entire Stripe team for inviting us to participate in their new Stripe Connect program. Those guys know how to write an API. Specific shout outs go out to Patrick Collison, Ross Boucher, Billy Alvarado, Richard Burton and Ludwig Pettersson. Props for making the magic happen on our end should be given to our own Chris Campbell and Kate Brennan. Wufoo and Stripe – Semper Innovatus!

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  1. Fabulous - well done everyone. When will this be available in Australia please?

    Posted 3 years ago by Robyn.
  2. Thank you!! I signed up for Stripe 9 months ago but I have put off setting up the form on my website because their form template sucks, and I’m not that great with coding. I have been waiting for Wufoo to come through for me. I’m going to test it out now. i hope I can set up my recurring billing plans with the Wufoo form.

    Posted 3 years ago by Rocky Butani.
  3. This is great news - I’ve been using FormStack because of their integration with Stripe, but this may cause me to switch to Wufoo.

    Does the integration with Stripe allow me to create customers in Stripe and save their credit card information to be billed again in the future, or is it just a onetime charge? Not being able to create customers and save credit card information with Stripe is causing me some pains with FormStack.

    Thanks! Chris

    Posted 3 years ago by Chris.
  4. I am extremly excited about this. Wufoo and Stripe are both great services. Is there a way Wufoo can also create a customer in Stripe when processing a transaction? This would make subscriptions and recurring tracsactions possible throught Stripe. Thanks!

    Posted 3 years ago by David H.
  5. Robyn, sorry, but Stripe isn’t available in Australia yet.

    We do not support customers or recurring transactions with Stripe right now, but we do plan on adding support for those features in the future.

    Posted 3 years ago by Chris Campbell.
  6. Dang I’ve been waiting for this one. I second the recurring transactions. Awesome!

    Posted 3 years ago by Jenn.
  7. Great news!! Question, can you do subscription plan set ups via Wufoo for Stribe? For example, a month-to-month payment collection for Client A?

    Posted 3 years ago by David.
  8. Wish Wufoo and Dwolla would get together. Now THAT’s what I want to see.

    Posted 3 years ago by Eric J. Gruber.
  9. I think this integration is amazing. THANK YOU. I lost a lot of potential transactions in the past due to people thinking they paid and closing the window before being forwarded to PayPal.

    This has resolved all those issues while making Wufoo look even more professional.

    Posted 3 years ago by Evan Olsen.
  10. Another vote for Australia.

    Posted 3 years ago by Justin Grant.
  11. Do I need SSL on my site hosting the WuFoo form for payment?

    Posted 3 years ago by Marius.
  12. This is great news and will certainly be useful for us. However, does Stripe allow recurring payments yet?

    Posted 3 years ago by Mike.
  13. Will this be available in Ireland? thanks Des

    Posted 3 years ago by Des.
  14. This is really cool, we just need Stripe to come to the UK now!!

    Posted 3 years ago by Max Shelley.
  15. Awesome! We’ve been waiting for this too! Thank you!

    Posted 3 years ago by Lisa.
  16. This is awesome. It would be even more awesome if you could enable subscription/recurring payments at time of purchase so we aren’t forced to use other providers that do offsite.

    Posted 3 years ago by Vincent Polisi.
  17. Are all four of the major card providers supported — MC, Visa, AmEx, and Discover?

    Posted 3 years ago by Rick Altman.
  18. @Rick Altman All four are supported, and JCB too I think.

    Posted 3 years ago by Alan Boss.
  19. Wonderful News from Wufoo

    Posted 3 years ago by Kedar.
  20. How do you get started?

    Posted 3 years ago by sandra.
  21. What if I’m going through Shopify and want to use Wufoo checkout form w/ Stripe?

    Is that possible? Also- does that prevent Shopify from taking their 2% transaction fee?

    Posted 3 years ago by David.
  22. Another vote for Stipe in the UK!

    Posted 3 years ago by Mark Winstanley.
  23. 2.9% + .30 isn’t a good deal. Charge significantly less than PayPal and you have my attention (and my business).

    Posted 3 years ago by Everett McKay.
  24. Yet another vote for Australia !

    Posted 3 years ago by Peter KORTGE.
  25. Is Stripe available in Germany? Joerg

    Posted 3 years ago by Joerg.
  26. We use Stripe! So glad this came out, now we have one click purchase and Wufoo options too. Awesome news

    Store for entrepreneurs

    Posted 3 years ago by SmartGuy.
  27. come on Stripe we need you in Australia ?

    Posted 3 years ago by juzz.
  28. No one answered if I could use the recurring billing aspect of Stripe and integrate it into my Wufoo form. I have recurring set up but when I make a form you can only use it to charge one off’s. Can it be possible to have a Wufoo form’s specific field hook into the recurring product subscription in Stripe. Please let me know about this. Just a yes or no would be great I will figure it out from there.


    Posted 3 years ago by Bryn Howlett.
  29. hanging out for Stripe to come to Australia… Any more updates on this?

    Posted 3 years ago by Jays.
  30. Would like to see an integration with Dwolla as a payment platform to help us avoid the fee’s associated with using credit cards. Dwolla is free under $10 and just .25 per transaction for anything over.

    Posted 3 years ago by Drew.
  31. A vote for New Zealand please

    Posted 3 years ago by carlene.
  32. Why is Stripe the preferred payment gateway for Wufoo? If I already have Google Payments and PayPal, is there a benefit to using Stripe instead?

    In reading Wufoo’s website, it seems like the main advantages they tout are a) how easy it was for Wufoo to setup Stripe and b) that users don’t need a separate Stripe account. a is not that relevant to me, though I’m sure it’s nice for Wufoo. b doesn’t seem to matter, given that I already have other accounts. So is there any benefit to my using Stripe+Wufoo rather than GP or PayPal + Wufoo?

    Posted 3 years ago by Graham.
  33. Does the wufoo integration with stripe allow for using Stripe’s coupon feature? So for example some people can submit a form by paying. Or if they have a coupon code they can get a discount or a free submission of a form.

    Posted 3 years ago by David.
  34. How do you test if the payment is working? I tried using the dummy CC numbers provided by Stripe, but i get a “credit card declined” notice. Any suggestions?

    Posted 3 years ago by Suparna.
  35. Hi there! If you could kindly send us a note to our support team, they’ll be happy to help you:

    Posted 3 years ago by Kayte Korwitts.
  36. Hi there! We don’t have a test mode with Stripe — we’d recommend running a small transaction on a real credit card if you need to see an accepted transaction. You can refund your transaction through your Stripe dashboard if necessary. Hope this helps!

    Posted 3 years ago by Kayte Korwitts.
  37. Hi! PLEASE make this available for Canadians! Stripe loves us, doesn’t Wufoo??

    Posted 3 years ago by VisualCreative.
  38. Agreed! I keep checking back here to see if they’ve enabled Stripe Canada yet.

    Posted 3 years ago by Ryan Schlesinger.
  39. This is utterly pointless without recurring payments.

    Posted 3 years ago by Realist.
  40. Why can’t I use Canadian $….Stripe does…

    You guys should talk more…

    Posted 3 years ago by Maple Dave.
  41. Adding another voice of support for recurring payments!

    Posted 3 years ago by Chris Aitken.
  42. I too (a Canadian) really want to use Stripe with my Wufoo forms.

    Posted 3 years ago by Vic.
  43. I need Canadian integration as well.

    Posted 3 years ago by John.
  44. Ditto, I second the support for recurring payments. I currently have several customers on Chargify and am being billed way to much monthly for 5 recurring customers.

    I want to move my recurring customers to Stripe as soon as I can.

    Posted 3 years ago by Chris Gantz.
  45. Thanks for the feedback, everyone! We’ll definitely keep you updated. :)

    Posted 3 years ago by Kayte Korwitts.
  46. Thank you for the suggestions and your comments, everyone! We do currently have an integration with the folks at Braintree. They offer Canadian currency as well as 130 additional international currencies. More info here:

    In the meantime, continue to keep an eye out here on the blog for additional updates with Stripe down the road.

    Posted 3 years ago by Kayte Korwitts.
  47. Paying Wufoo customer here… yet I can’t use the beautiful Stripe integration because I need to process Canadian currency :(

    Waiting for Canadian integration.

    Posted 3 years ago by Derrick.
  48. I’m a longtime paying Wufoo customer and I, too, could really use the Stripe integration in Canada. This is the 3rd client that’s happy to give you their money but is unable to at the moment!

    Posted 3 years ago by Jeremy.
  49. Any word on the recurring payments option w/ Stripe/Wufoo? I’d LOVE to see this operational.

    Posted 3 years ago by Justin.
  50. Another vote for recurring payment options with the Stripe integration :) Keep up the good work guys!

    Posted 3 years ago by Angela.
  51. Well, let me add my voice to those requesting recurring payments with Stripe…

    Posted 3 years ago by Bill.
  52. Recurring payments would make this gold!

    Posted 3 years ago by Ryan.
  53. recurring payment please

    Posted 3 years ago by Andrew Wright.
  54. Vote for recurring. Thanks ;)

    Posted 3 years ago by Bob.
  55. Recurring please :) I really like your service, but I’m considering moving to a service that has done the recurring Stripe integration. Thanks for the consideration! :)

    Posted 2 years ago by Adam.
  56. Wufoo / Stripe available in Canada yet?

    Posted 2 years ago by Derrick.
  57. We are also in need of a solution that integrates Stripe AND supports recurring payments. You will have yourself a new upgraded customer if you come out with this. If Formstack does so first, unfortunately we will be leaving Wufoo.

    Posted 2 years ago by Corey.
  58. I really need Canadian payments with Stripe.

    Posted 2 years ago by Alexandre Plante.
  59. The response wufoo is providing for recurring is pitiful… come on guys. We’re all crying out for recurring payments support for stripe… Chargify is ridiculously expensive so thats not a good answer. We love stripe and wufoo integration —- please reply to one of the 30+ comments reqeusting commentary on subscription payments with stripe.

    Thank you.

    Posted 2 years ago by bonn.
  60. +1 Recurring. What’s the status on this? SpaceBox does recurring - you should too.

    Posted 2 years ago by Galen.
  61. Another vote for recurring payments with Stripe! Whats the status?

    Posted 2 years ago by Andrew.
  62. This is awesome! I can’t wait to add it to my website for giving quotes on websites!

    Posted 2 years ago by custom facebook.
  63. Any update on adding Recurring? I’ve read that you had plans for it in 2013. There’s only a few months left.

    Posted 2 years ago by Brad.
  64. Another request for recurring payments with stripe. Please …. ?! Thanks.

    Posted 2 years ago by Jesse.
  65. +1 for recurring payments. I will pay extra for it.

    Posted 2 years ago by Max Gaudin.
  66. Will they be letting people sell in ££ as i use gbp on my site

    Posted 2 years ago by lewisb84.
  67. Sadly we’ve had to move customers to FormStack or GravityForms because there’s no quantity field calculation mechanism.

    Also, really could use “test mode” for Stripe transactions.


    Posted 2 years ago by Stefan Coleman.
  68. MoonClerk provides recurring billing for Stripe

    Posted 2 years ago by Andrew.
  69. Does you support payment for indian users ??

    Posted 2 years ago by The Tech Digit.
  70. Hello?

    +1 for Canadian currency and Stripe. +1 Recurring payments and Stripe.

    Posted 2 years ago by Boris.
  71. recurring payments needed for Stripe!!

    Posted 2 years ago by Lisa Tomsio.
  72. This blog was very inspirational for me n my friends, I forwarded your blog link to others as well. Everytime in your each blog, you share very useful information which helps we all people. Thanks for sharing.

    Posted 2 years ago by Banquet Halls in Mumbai.
  73. Any updates on recurring payments?

    Posted 2 years ago by Courses.
  74. +1 for recurring payments

    Posted 2 years ago by Ward.
  75. Any updates on recurring payments via stripe guys?

    Posted 2 years ago by Catalin.
  76. Yup. Recurring Payments. I just upgraded to a Bona Fide simply because I thought I could hook up recurring payments, if not, then I’ll be cancelling shortly…

    Posted 2 years ago by Kaleb.
  77. +1 recurring

    Posted 2 years ago by joel harrison.
  78. People at Wufoo need to start listening to their customers.

    Posted 2 years ago by WG.
    • 1 recurring payments please…
    Posted 2 years ago by Michael.
  79. +1 on recurring billing

    Posted 2 years ago by pk.
  80. +1 Wufoo/Stripe recurring payments

    Posted 2 years ago by Steve.
  81. FYI, I switched to since they offer stripe integration for Canadians, and they support recurring payments.

    Posted 1 year ago by David Boroditsky.
  82. @David: I’m sorry to hear that but we’ve recently added support for Stripe globally ( as well as Stripe subscription/recurring billing ( Hope that helps you out!

    Posted 1 year ago by Johan Lieu.
  83. @all (since there are too many to count haha): we’ve just launched Stripe subscription/recurring billing, which you can read about here:

    Posted 1 year ago by Johan Lieu.
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