4 ways your ecommerce checkout is hurting your business

Does your checkout need a checkup? For nearly all ecommerce businesses, the answer is an emphatic yes, according to MYFUNDBOX Subscription Billing’s global payments platform, Stripe. In a recent study that surveyed leading B2B and B2C ecommerce sites and customers, Stripe discovered that 96% of sites in North America, as well as 95% in Asia-Pacific

Get paid faster with a simple, powerful invoicing solution

To keep your business running smoothly and provide optimal experiences to your customers, you need a way to send invoices and collect payments that won’t frustrate them—or you. That’s especially true if they’re among the 40% of companies that still mail  paper checks, creating more manual work for your customers and slowing down the process.

Smart fraud detection with MYFUNDBOX and Stripe Radar

Fraud costs merchants more than an estimated $20 billion every year. But beyond that sky-high number are all the ancillary impacts that fraud can have on a business: increased customer churn, lower credit card authorization rates, network and operational costs, and damage to the brand due to customers being incorrectly flagged as fraudsters. To stay

Offer a true omnichannel experience with MYFUNDBOX and Stripe

Even with the massive growth in #ecommerce, more than 90% of purchases still happen in person. Because of this, numerous businesses have recently expanded their solutions to include in-person payments. But while accepting in-person payments opens up vast opportunities, it also comes with its own set of challenges, including the need to integrate #online and

Get paid even faster with MYFUNDBOX and Stripe Instant Payouts

In today’s fast-paced, ever-changing business environment, quick access to funds is often critical. That’s why we’re excited to launch Stripe Instant Payouts to help our users deposit their balances into their bank accounts within minutes. Instant Payouts is a feature built on Stripe’s seamless payments infrastructure that allows you to manage your payments processing entirely

MYFUNDBOX partners with Stripe to help businesses scale and adapt

In recent years, the ecommerce industry has experienced unprecedented growth—and it continues to grow: Worldwide retail ecommerce sales, having grown more than 25 percent in 2020, are projected to climb another 16.8% in 2021. That’s a tremendous opportunity for the enterprises poised to grab it. As more businesses migrate online, we’re continuously expanding our own

MYFUNDBOX partnering with Stripe to help you get paid faster while bringing your services to the world

As more businesses migrate online, MYFUNDBOX is continuously expanding our own solutions to make it simpler for our customers to make the leap to digital, shift their business models, and start accepting online payments right away. That’s why we’re excited to partner with Stripe, the leading payments platform, to support every aspect of your business’

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MYFUNDBOX and Stripe help more online businesses get paid and fight fraud

As more businesses move and transact online, we’re continuously expanding our own solutions to make it simpler for our customers to start, run, and scale their businesses.  That’s why we’re excited to partner with Stripe, a leading payments platform, to help our customers get to market easily and securely. MYFUNDBOX Subscription Billing has integrated Stripe

Accommodate your customers with a unified omnichannel presence

With the rapid growth of online retail sales worldwide, a casual observer might understandably believe that the future of commerce is online. In fact, the future of commerce is omnichannel—blending online and offline modalities for a seamless shopping experience that allows customers to engage with your brand in person, on their mobile devices, or wherever

How reducing network declines can help you optimize revenue

A huge shift to online commerce is underway, with ecommerce growing 30% a year globally.1 This massive shift in consumer behavior makes it an exciting time to be doing business online, but it also brings some challenges. One of those is failed payments, also known as “network declines.” What exactly are we talking about when