HubSpot & Stripe

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Occasional Contributor | Gold Partner

Has anyone found a successful way to integrate Stripe checkout or Stripe in general with forms in HubSpot?

 

I found LandingPay.com but after further research I'm not sure how legit they are.

 

Looks like you can setup Stripe Checkout in HubSpot but then you need an external server for actual processing and I'm not sure what to do at that point.

 

Any pointers?
Josh

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HubSpot Employee

I'd advise going with Zapier: https://zapier.com/zapbook/hubspot/stripe/

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Occasional Contributor | Gold Partner

Good to know! I ended up signing up with Chargebee and using their hosted payment pages and then just linking to that via a button on the HubSpot hosted website page. Using a smattering of Zapier connections to get things back into HubSpot however.

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Hi everyone,

 

I'm the founder of DepositFix.

A short overview of how it works: you connect your existing HubSpot form with DepositFix via JS snippet.
Then, it adds credit card fields to your form. After the submission part of the form goes to HubSpot,
another part goes to Stripe and DepositFix backend.

After the successful payment DepositFix updates HubSpot contact with Stripe specific fields and triggers a workflow,
which you can use for receipts, notifications, etc.

 

Will be happy to answer any questions or schedule a demo: denis@depositfix.com.

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HubSpot Employee

I'd advise going with Zapier: https://zapier.com/zapbook/hubspot/stripe/

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Occasional Contributor | Gold Partner

Thanks @lsirac however that will only work for syncing data, not for actually processing charges through Stripe.

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Occasional Contributor

Honestly I dont have a solution as of yet for this, but am looking at the same thing. Be warned though we tried Landing Pay. Its now been three days with support and I think they may be a scam. Theyre Hubspot directions actually contradict Hubspots required field rules on calls-to-action. Its impossible to get a hold of anyone or hook this up in Hubspot. The information you submit wont even save correctly or at all with Landing Pay. STAY AWAY!

Occasional Contributor | Gold Partner

Good to know! I ended up signing up with Chargebee and using their hosted payment pages and then just linking to that via a button on the HubSpot hosted website page. Using a smattering of Zapier connections to get things back into HubSpot however.

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Occasional Contributor

I was about to ask if you had looked into or knew anyone who had tried this: http://www.depositfix.com/

 

I got it off from stack overflow as a potential solution and the demo video makes sense from a development perspective. Makes sense that it would indeed work. Id like though to find someone who has used it before jumping into it.

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Occasional Contributor | Gold Partner

I have not. This is the first I've heard of them. 

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Occasional Contributor

Hi everyone,

 

I'm the founder of DepositFix.

A short overview of how it works: you connect your existing HubSpot form with DepositFix via JS snippet.
Then, it adds credit card fields to your form. After the submission part of the form goes to HubSpot,
another part goes to Stripe and DepositFix backend.

After the successful payment DepositFix updates HubSpot contact with Stripe specific fields and triggers a workflow,
which you can use for receipts, notifications, etc.

 

Will be happy to answer any questions or schedule a demo: denis@depositfix.com.

Occasional Contributor

Hi denis, What's the part that goes to DepositFix backend? best, lucile

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Hi @lucilemathe, the data that goes to DepositFix includes stripe token to charge the credit card, email and all fields from the HubSpot form to send it as metadata in Stripe and update HubSpot contact. We never store actual credit card information (number, cvc, expiration date, etc).

 

Some more details about the security aspect: https://www.depositfix.com/security/

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We are looking for a solution as well. We need to sell recurring monthly software subscriptions. Customers should be able to buy multiple subscriptions (users) and add subscriptions to their account. Is this something that DepositFix/Stripe can do?

Occasional Contributor

Hi, purchasing multiple subscriptions at a time is not supported out of the box with DepositFix yet, but this is something we can try to achieve with customizations.

As I can see you already scheduled a demo with us, talk to you then!

 

Denis

https://www.depositfix.com/

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Occasional Contributor

I went ahead and tried www.depositfix.com as recommended below in this thread. The support was awesome and this really worked just as easy as it sounded like it would. Would definitly recommend this to anyone looking to do this. This really is quite an impressive and very easy to use piece of software and like I said the support was great. Very fast to hook up. We now have a solution we can rely on. 

Occasional Contributor

I am currently working on a button module that uses the Stripe checkout code within your HubSpot pages.  It will be submitted to the marketplace soon, but you may view our product page here: https://www.larmahil.com/hubspot-custom-module-stripe-checkout-button

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