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TillyPay

Recurring & single payment links, powered by Stripe.

TillyPay helps anyone on the internet receive payments by sharing a link. πŸ’°
πŸš€ Set up an account in minutes
πŸ—“ Recurring or single payments
πŸ’Έ Receive payments via Card & Apple Pay
πŸ’ͺ Powered by Stripe
Reduce payment friction and empower your sales.
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Henry
Maker
This started when I needed to take a recurring payment from someone on the realm of the internet and got stuck finding a clean & simple tool. This is why we built TillyPay. Arrive to our site by weblink and you'll be treated like royalty from here onwards, I promise. Jump on, hop in, take it for a spin and let us know what you think.
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Looks awesome! Great idea and product! Will definitely use this πŸ•ΊπŸ»
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Henry
Maker
@adamshiervani Lovely to hear!
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This is awesome. I just set it up under 1 minute. I ship a product with free shipping. I do not see a place for shipping address or customer phone # :( I can definitely use this for services and very grateful :)
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Henry
Maker
@michelle_araujo Great to hear! We're going to add custom fields soon so you can do physical products too. Adding it to the backlog.
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@henry4 Awesome! Thanks so much :)
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Primer
Founder of Division 77
Kinda love this, but why do you make the recipient give you their name and email? I find that pretty off-putting.
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Duane Wilson✌️
Product & Engineering @DeltaHandPies
Just signed up to try it out and make some links. Would be a good improvement to better list what the different fields are going to be used for so you can see if your title it too long or what I thought was an internal filed ended up being shown to the user and since there was no way to edit I simple had to make a whole new link. When making additional links it leaves the generated code the same as the first one you made then tells you that code is already being used. Incriminating the number in the code manually solved it. But sit should have generated a new working code each time. Will try it out with a project and provide more details.
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Anna Filou
Tech Geek, Web Designer, Illustrator
Hey, I noticed that your fees and Stripe's fees are 100% the same (at least for European customers): 1.4% + €0.25 But, in contrast to Stripe, you let people generate permanent or expiring payment links, which they can share with anyone and quickly get paid. Is that right? I've been looking for such a product :)
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Henry
Maker
@anna_0x Hello Anna, We are the same price as Stripe, they offer a % for a platform fee but we don't want it at the moment. You're right, they will not expire and you can pass around the same links and have as many payments as you like.
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Anna Filou
Tech Geek, Web Designer, Illustrator
@henry4 that’s cool! Let me get this straight though, Stripe handles the payouts here, right? So there is no question regarding the security of your service, because you have no access to the money in the first place.
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Alexander Spoor
Founder of European Hype
Been looking for something like this for years, payment requests are king. Thanks for making this @henry4! πŸ™
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Henry
Maker
@alexanderspoor Fantastic to hear that we built something you needed. Let me know if you need any help getting setup.
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Interesting product. Unfortunately stripe still does not support in India. And if I were to setup business in US, using their Atlas, it's kinda costly too.
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Ram Ratan MauryaFounder of @Codestag and @analogwp.
@georgejustin22 Hey! Stripe has been in India for a while actually. I've been using it for over 2 months since it was in private beta. Currently it's in public preview if you wish to go for it - https://stripe.com/global
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@mauryaratan Oh. neat. I knew there was a private started in 2017. But this is awesome. Thanks a lot. But this is again Atlas, isn't it? with $500 fee for registration?
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Ram Ratan MauryaFounder of @Codestag and @analogwp.
@georgejustin22 No! Its just like how it is any other country, not Atlas. There is no registration fee, just a company registered in India.
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@mauryaratan okay. thanks. I'll check it out
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Interesting to see this. A couple of questions though: how do you handle disputes? Stripe is known for shutting down services relying on their platform when having high dispute rates and chargebacks.
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Been looking for something as simple as that for a while! Good job ;)
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Henry
Maker
@fadycredi Lovely to hear. Let me know if you need any help at all.
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@henry4 sounds good! Thanks!
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