Hosted Payment Page

hosted payment pageGravity Payments offers a hosted payment page enabling businesses to accept online payments easily and effectively. Any business with a merchant services account through Gravity Payments can take advantage of our customized payment pages for your website. This is an especially great solution for a non profit organization, property management company, or any business that uses recurring billing.

We’ll work with you to specify the information you desire to collect from your clients, as well as displaying your organizations branding. This is a simple way to accept payments online without having to manage an extensive online shopping cart or coding anything on your own.

Common Questions A Hosted Payment Page

What does the process look like?

  1. Gravity Payments will work with you to gather the information you want to collect from customers purchasing your product and services. In addition, we will add any branding assets you wish to present on your page like a company logo or contact information.
  2. After we have all the information you’d like on your page, we’ll build the hosted payment page.
  3. Once the page is completed, we will email you a link you can send to customers or link to directly from your website.

What does a hosted payment page cost?

For a basic template like the one shown below, the cost is $50. If you’re a non-profit organization, there is no cost. For special or extra custom work, there is an hourly fee associated.

What does a hosted payment page look like?

Below is an image of one of our hosted payment pages from a Gravity Payments partner, QNAP INC.

 

hosted payment page

 

Ready to get set up with a hosted payment page or just need credit card processing with Gravity Payments in general? Sign up with us below! We’ll help reduce the costs and headaches of accepting credit card payments by providing simple, fair, and seamless solutions for your business.

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