credit card payments


We currently have a system for handling credit card payments for our events. The fees are equal to WePay 2.9% plus $.30. Do we have to use WePay or can we keep our existing system?


Hello @MichelleD1666,

If you're charging admission for your event, or selling items, you can offer We Pay and/or Pay Pal as payment options for event registrants.

Pay Pal does allow users to log into their own PayPal account or to check out through PayPal as a guest and pay with credit card.

In order for Constant Contact to track the registration payments you would have to use one of these methods that you would select/connect as you create your event.

Mary S.
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