You can connect a Stripe, Square, or PayPal account to Azlo and allow your clients to pay their invoices with a credit or debit card or via PayPal. If you do this, normal fees from these services will apply.
One thing to keep in mind—connecting Stripe, Square, or PayPal on this end doesn’t mean the funds from invoice payments will be automatically deposited into your Azlo account. If you would like to have payments deposited into Azlo, you can set that up on the payment processor's end.
Here’s how to connect:
- Log in to your Azlo account on the web.
- Click on your name in the upper right corner, and select Integrations from the drop-down menu.
- Scroll down until you see the Connect your account buttons.
- Click it.
- You’ll be brought to the Stripe, Square or PayPal sign-in screen. Go ahead and enter your sign-in details.
- Confirm the connection.
That’s it—now, you can accept credit or debit card payments for invoices.
Can I connect other services to Azlo?
Right now, we only offer integrations within Azlo for Square and Stripe, but you can use a variety of third-party services with Azlo if you set up the link on their end. Take a look at the Linking Azlo to third-party services article for more information.
What if Stripe won't accept payments?
If your Stripe account isn't activated, or it's been frozen by Stripe, your clients won't be able to pay their invoices via credit or debit card; if they try, they'll see an error message. If this happens to you, contacting Stripe directly is the best way to resolve this quickly.