Most Popular Payment Gateways

A payment gateway approves credit card sales via an eCommerce application. Here is a list of the most popular payment gateways:

<strong>WooCommerce</strong>

The WooCommerce (payment processor) is user-friendly. It allows you to run coupon campaigns and manage your online store’s day-to-day activities. If you are using a WordPress platform on your site, you can set up an eCommerce shop using WooCommerce.

<strong>2CheckOut</strong>

It is a two in one payment processor that combines a payment gateway and a merchant account. You do not have to have a PayPal account to use it.

<strong>Stripe</strong>

If you would like to bypass the use of a merchant account, use Stripe. You can build your payment form without having to worry about PCI requirements.

<strong>ACH Processing</strong>

Automated Clearing House (ACH) is an electronic processor financial institutions use. They use it to process significant amounts of debit and credit transactions. You can also use it to process payroll.

<strong>WePay</strong>

It is a simple online payment processor that accepts remittances within minutes. It accepts credit cards and payments from your bank account. It is available for only U.S. citizens.

<strong>Authorize.Net</strong>

It is another form of payment gateway. You can use it to accept online payments using credit cards or E-checks.

<strong>Dwolla</strong>

It is a payment choice that acts as an add-on to the ACH Network. The benefits include using email, phone, Facebook, LinkedIn or Twitter to transfer funds.