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NSmith67
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Anyone has problems with stripe holding funds? Any alternatives or advice?

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I am a 3d artist and my field is arch viz. My business revolves around supplying real estate developers and realtors with renders and visuals that would showcase their properties that they are selling. My pricing is subscriptions based. I was thinking about using stripe within hubspot but heard there are instances where they withheld funds, this makes me caustious.  Is there any way to maybe avoid my funds being held? The funds will aim at improving my business and also paying my freelancers that assists me on projects. Any advice, alternatives, tips are welcomed.

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Jnix284
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Anyone has problems with stripe holding funds? Any alternatives or advice?

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Hi @NSmith67 I haven't heard anything about Stripe withholding funds related specifically to HubSpot and they have fraud measures in place you can find here. Our team works with clients that have subscription based services and many use SaaS.hapily (formerly Zaybra) which was developed by our firm before splitting off to create a separate entity - there haven't been any concerns raised that I'm aware of related to payments being withheld.

 

Hopefully others in the community can offer further guidance, all the best with your business!


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Jennifer Nixon - Delivery Lead at Aptitude 8

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Jnix284
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Hall of Famer | Elite Partner
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Anyone has problems with stripe holding funds? Any alternatives or advice?

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Hi @NSmith67 I haven't heard anything about Stripe withholding funds related specifically to HubSpot and they have fraud measures in place you can find here. Our team works with clients that have subscription based services and many use SaaS.hapily (formerly Zaybra) which was developed by our firm before splitting off to create a separate entity - there haven't been any concerns raised that I'm aware of related to payments being withheld.

 

Hopefully others in the community can offer further guidance, all the best with your business!


If my reply answered your question please mark it as a solution to make it easier for others to find.



Jennifer Nixon - Delivery Lead at Aptitude 8

connect with Jen on Linkedin

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