Payment Methods

Universal Data Systems payment methods include PayPal and Credit Cards (Stripe).

Payment Methods - Paypal & Major Credit Cards Payment Methods - Powered By Stripe

Payment Methods Available:

PayPal is a safer, easier way to send and receive money online. Select PayPal as the payment method, and you will link to the PayPal site where you can make payment.

Use PayPal to purchase items with your Credit Card (Visa, MasterCard, Discover, and American Express), Debit Card, or E-check (i.e. uses your regular Bank Account). The process is this:

1) After viewing your items on your shopping cart page, you can click and check out with PayPal. Then you will leave our site and enter PayPal’s website.
2) You can sign in to your PayPal account, or you can create a new one if you haven’t got one.
3) You can also use PayPal as you want according to the on-screen instructions.

Usually, PayPal e-check takes 3-5 business days for PayPal to confirm.

PayPal may be used for the following reasons:

  1. Your payment is traceable. The status of your payment can be traced by using your PayPal Account.
  2. When you make payment for your order, you don’t need to use your credit card online (you can pay directly from your bank account).
  3. When you use your credit card through PayPal, nobody will see your credit card number, which will minimize the risk of unauthorized use.

Universal Data Systems also uses the Stripe Payment Network for all Credit and Debit Cards. Your transactions are always safe and secure, because Stripe uses the latest SSL encryption. Stripe is a technology company that builds economic infrastructure for the internet. Hence, businesses of every size—from new startups to public companies—use Stripe software to accept payments and manage their businesses online.

Stripe’s headquarters are in San Francisco, with offices in Dublin, London, Paris, Singapore, Tokyo, and more.

From startups to the world’s largest companies

Millions of companies in over 120 countries use Stripe to start, run, and scale their businesses.

Amazon; Microsoft, Salesforce, Facebook, Expedia, NasDaq, Kickstarter, Slack, Booking.com, National Geographic, Lyft, Shopify, Postmates, Fender, & Zillow, to name a few.

Stripe powers the kinds of companies that couldn’t exist even ten years ago, with new models like crowdfunding, on-demand apps, and marketplaces. Learn more