We have been using Paypal with the Constant Contact events management and we have had a few cases in the past where they did not allow credit card payments if the person did not have a Paypal account. These users did not want to create a Paypal account. With the recent Paypal fiasco of actually putting into their published user agreement the requirement that they will take out 2500 dollars directly from a user account for spreading disinformation, that they determine is disinformation by whatever means, many users now are qutting Paypal and we anticipate an uptick of users who will no longer be able to pay for our services because they do not have a Paypal account. We are a nonprofit and chose them because of their decreased fees for nonprofits, however, Stripe has the same discount schedule and you don't need an account to pay. We anticipate that only allowing Paypal or your Wepay will not be sustainable for us in the long term so if you don't allow Stripe integration, we will have to search for a new platform. And, since we chose Constant Contact events in order to have contacts and events using the same database without having to upload/download/integrate contacts in the backend, we may have to move our marketing contacts as well. We have been with you a long time, but we were starting to look before Paypal's change because of the problems; this has now accelerated the hunt.
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