Charge Payment Method

Meet the Charge Payment Method system action.

The Charge payment method system action that you add to the application you have developed provides the opportunity to charge the cards previously registered with the setupIntent system action.

You can use this action in both web and mobile apps.

Click +Add Action under the Properties panel to add the Charge Payment Method system action. (A)

Add the action by clicking OnClick → Payment → Stripe → Charge Payment Method.(A)

For the Charge Payment Method system action to work;

  • Payment method,

  • Currency,

  • Amount,

  • Description,

  • Customer mail address,

  • Single/Multi part and

  • Multi Part Config fields must be filled.

  1. Payment Method: It is the part where the payment methods registered by the user before are called.

In order to make the payment from the registered card, Actions → + Add Action →OnClick → Payment → Stripe → Setup Intent action must be created and called.

Within the created action, Symbol Picker (B) is used to select the parameter input method for the action.

In the previously added Charge Payment Method → Payment Method section, go to Symbol Picker and select Action Results → Setup Intent → Payment Method to complete the connection.

  1. Currency: This is where the currency of the payment is selected. This currency must match the currency you defined in your Stripe account settings.

  2. Amount: It is the part where the amount of money to be withdrawn in the smallest denomination of the selected currency is written. For example, USDollar If ($) currency is selected, and ten is entered in this field, 10 cents will be withdrawn.

  3. Description: This is the field where the explanation about the payment is entered.

  4. Customer Mail Address: This is the field where the customer's e-mail address is entered.

  5. Single/ Multi Part: You can distribute the payment that the application receives to the end user. The distribution method can be a local account that you will prepare on Stripe, or the payment received can be divided into shares such as commission, supplier, or distributor and transferred to the relevant user accounts. You can use the Single option for local payment and the Multi option if the received payment is transferred to more than one account. If the multi option is selected, the Application Fee Amount and Destination sections are displayed.

  6. Application Fee Amount: It is the part where the payment amount to be received by the master account is included.

  7. Destination: This is the field where the ID of the other account created for the payment transfer is entered.For example, if the amount of money to be withdrawn is $1000 in the Amount section, if we want the master account to withdraw $100 in the Application Fee Amount section, $900 is automatically deposited into the Destination account.

You can perform various operations on the Context menu (C) for the actions you create.

You can easily copy the action with the Copy option. This way, you gain speed where action repetition is required.

You can add a confirmation message for the action to run using the Add Confirmation option.

Also, with the Add Condition feature, you can specify certain conditions under which the added action should execute.

You can easily delete the action created with the Remove option.

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