Before selling your content, you'll need to connect a payment provider which will allow you to provide your customers with a payment option and get you paid.
Uscreen only supports credit card processing through Stripe, Uscreen Payments, and Authorize.net. We don't support additional payment options like bitcoin, bank debit, iDeal, Alipay, Apple Pay or SEPA, etc.
You can choose between three primary payment providers: Stripe, Uscreen Payments, or Authorize.net . PayPal is an additional option that can be setup after one of these.
We highly recommend Stripe if you're in a country that Stripe supports. You're going to get instant payouts as customers make purchases on your storefront as Stripe handles all the heavy lifting with payments 💪. You'll have to be approved by Stripe during the signup process. To connect Stripe, follow these instructions.
If Stripe is not available in your country or you do not qualify for a Stripe account, the Uscreen Payment gateway is a great alternative. We handle all payouts and provide them monthly via PayPal. To connect Uscreen Payments, follow these instructions. Payouts are sent to you via PayPal 30 days after you charge your customers, on the 1st of each month. To view your upcoming payouts, go to the Sales tab and select the Payouts Report.
Authorize.net has a broad range of merchants to which you can connect. To connect to Authorize.net, follow these instructions.
We only recommend using Authorize.net if you do not qualify for a Stripe account. If you are considering connecting to Authorize.net, you must connect a fresh/empty account. Accounts with existing user payment information may present a problem for your site, so we require a brand new account before connecting to Uscreen.
PayPal is available for USD, GBP, Euro, and AUD currencies. Uscreen also manages these payouts which are released monthly on the 1st. To add PayPal, follow these instructions. To view your upcoming payouts, go to the Sales tab and select the Payouts Report.
NOTE: On the Payouts Report page, the Amount on Hold is displayed for the current month. Additional funds from the previous month will not be displayed, but are still in the process of being paid out.