Let Customers Pay,
Their Way

Every customer is unique; so are their preferred payment methods. As your SaaS expands to new territories, you need to accept more payment methods. FastSpring has deep expertise in global payment methods — so you can grab market share no matter where your customers live.

FastSpring’s World of Payment Methods

Payment Methods around the world
Payment Options

More Payment Options =
More Customers

Offering local payment options is one of the easiest ways
to increase revenue for SaaS and software companies. FastSpring sellers can easily accept payments using the most popular methods from countries around the globe! No conversions to calculate. 
No worrying about new payment options you may not even know about. Just turn on localized payments. We take care of the rest.

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Payment Routing

Intelligent Payment Routing

Accepting more payment methods isn’t just about adding credit card logos to your checkout. Different methods of payment come with their own risks, rules, and complexities. The best part of using FastSpring is that these risks and complexities are handled for you. Our system generates the highest acceptance rates in the industry by intelligently routing payments to the gateways and banks most likely to accept them.

Frequently Asked Questions

What about money orders, checks, wire transfers, ACH, etc?
What payment methods can I offer using FastSpring?
What if I don’t want to accept specific payment methods?
Can I choose what payment methods are used for subscription rebills?
Why can’t I just stick with the payment options I have today?

FastSpring is your merchant of record.

FastSpring’s merchant of record model is a unique service available to sellers of SaaS, software, and digital goods — anywhere in the world. A merchant of record (like FastSpring!) will process payments, deliver revenue, collect and remit sales taxes, manage your subscriptions, monitor fraud, increase approval rates, keep you compliant, and respond to any audits related to sales taxes or VAT — so you don’t have to.

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