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What is the best service for accepting recurring monthly payments?

If you are offer software as a service for example, what is most painfree setup to make sure payment is deducted after user is on boarded?
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    Stripe

    Payment integration and management.

    Nichole Elizabeth DeMeré10Co-Founder PurposeBeyondProduct.com · Written
    Stripe builds the most powerful and flexible tools for internet commerce. Whether you’re creating a subscription service, an on-demand marketplace, an e-commerce store, or a crowdfunding platform, Stripe’s meticulously-designed APIs and unmatched functionality help you create the best possible product for your users.
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    Ayush Mittal27bro @boombro, Founder RefR ✌ · Written
    I use Stripe too. As they say its a complete payment toolkit for internet businesses, especially with their robust API and amazing customer support. During early research, I also found 2Checkout (expensive) and Chargebee.
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    You can learn more about Stripe Subscriptions here https://stripe.com/subscriptions. There are also some great third-party tools to jumpstart your integration: https://stripe.com/works-with/ca... Let me know if you have any questions!
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    ChargeBee

    Headache free subscription billing solution

    Basil AbbasFounder and CTO, https://clockit.io · Written
    Removes most of the hassles of setting up recurring billing and you can focus on your product.
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    Matt NIndependent Designer/Developer in LA · Written
    ChargeBee has a "Launch" plan that is FREE to use up to your first $50K in revenue! Perfect for startups. They've helped me save a ton of time, money, and headaches while getting my subscription business up and running.
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    CodyFounder of Redbearded · Written
    ChargeBee is awesome. Better pricing and similar features to things like Recurly and Chargify. Great for startups too.
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    • Xara choose ChargeBee after a pretty deep comparison analysis. Ultimately our requirements and friendly entry pricing won them the deal. We have scaled with them since.

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    Square Cash

    Email money to Anyone

    Nichole Elizabeth DeMeré10Co-Founder PurposeBeyondProduct.com · Written
    Set up recurring payments to automatically get paid each month, week, day, or even year.
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    Instantly send money between friends or accept card payments for your business. Cash out to your bank instantly.
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    • Joshua TalleySales Operations Manager, Grundfos

      I set up an account when this was first launched, but no one around me uses it, so...there's that. When I switched phones, I tried to log in again, but ended up having to create a new account. Then, my new phone broke, and I tried to put it on a new phone...no way to log in again. Awful experience. Back to Venmo.

    • Joseph WorkmanLifelong Student of Life

      Simple, easy to use, user friendly

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    Braintree

    Accept payments online

    Easy to setup, great support and nice integrations.
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    Michal RutrichBe productive. Stay ahead. · Written
    Plus it's from PayPal
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    Recurly

    Subscription Billing Automation

    Agnieszka4LiveChat | social media | Sofar Sounds · Written
    We use it at LiveChat, handling 19k customers ;)
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  6. Adam BargerFounder WebStarts.com · Written
    Paywhirl is a great solution if you're not a developer. You can easily create pricing plans, customize the look, and embed a plan widget into any website.
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    Chargify

    Easily Manage Your Recurring Revenue Business

    Nichole Elizabeth DeMeré10Co-Founder PurposeBeyondProduct.com · Written
    The complexity of recurring billing - solved. 111,930 out of the box product configurations (and counting) make launching and experimenting fast and flexible.
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    PayPal for Business

    Stay on top of your business wherever it takes you!

    Danielle CadhitCo-Founder, CEO @CostCanvas · Written
    Stripe was one of my top choices, but it is pretty easy to set up recurring profiles on PayPal as well and their new interface looks a lot better.
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  9. Cost effective and an awesome support team!
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