Hello! I just wanted to share that until 3 months ago, I had no idea that it was not allowed to sell CBD oil products using Paypal or Stripe.
I'm a soapmaker and bath bomb maker. I wanted to start making bath bombs with CBD Oil in them. I was on Squarespace and Paypal froze my account.
This forced me to do some digging and after looking at half a dozen payment merchants I went with InclusivePay. I know that a lot of other people might find themselves in the same boat.
Nick here from Shopify.
Thanks for sharing this, hopefully, it will help some other store owners in similar situations as yourself.
It's always good to do some research on different payment gateways especially when selling a product to do with skincare as a lot of payment gateways can be strict with their rules and regulations with regards to that industry.
For anyone who's interested you can find the Shopify Payments terms of service here as well as the list of payment gateways, Shopify is partnered with for each country here.
All the best, Nick
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June 2, 2019
As of this post, there are only two (2) US domestic banks that offer credit card processing to hemp-based CBD sellers. I'm not referring to banks that sell e-wallets, e-check services or UK processing. Instead, I'm referring about banks here in the USA willing to support CBD sellers with real credit card processing solutions.
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