As a Belgian company, we have many customers from Belgium and Netherlands. This means we definitely need to offer iDEAL and Bancontact as payment methods.
So far I created a Stripe account because I believe Stripe is a direct payment provider, which means my customers wouldn't need to leave the shop during the payment process. See diff here:
Shopify Payments is not yet available for Belgian companies. Therefore, using Stripe seems like a no-brainer because Stripe is also what Shopify Payments is built on. I love working with the most used options.
However, after activating Stripe and connecting it to my Shopify account, in the Shopify settings panel I only see VISA, MasterCard, Amex and Apply Pay. Even after activating Bancontact and iDEAL in the Stripe settings panel, I'm not able to add them in the Shopify settings panel.
I found some Stripe tutorials about how to add these options using "sources", but I can't believe this would require actual coding to activate.
My only remaining solution would be to activate Mollie as well, but that would leave me with two different payment providers, which I'd rather avoid... Any help?
That's not what he's asking. He said he didn't want to use Mollie.
Currently, Shopify only offers this option (by phone) but with Stripe it's possible to associate a BanAccount, you just have to modify the Stripe request, but like him, I don't know if it's possible and where to do it.
Have a good day.
It all depends on how much Bancontact payments you expect to have as this would require a complicated custom solution, i.e. you will take the customer to an external checkout, connected to the Stripe gateway, capture the payment and create an order in shopify. For this solution it would be important to analyze all possible scenarios when the customer select this payment as you will have to define different scenarios on the frontend.
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