Let’s introduce all the settings.
- Enable/Disable – enable or disable the ACH Stripe gateway.
- Title – title of a payment method to be displayed on a checkout page.
- Description – description of a payment method to be displayed on a checkout page.
- Company Name – company name will be used when obtaining authorization from your customer to debit their account. Doing so ensures compliance with the ACH network and helps protect you from disputes, additional fees, and reversed payments. See the support page for more information on authorization requirements.
- Test mode – enable test mode where you can test payments from test account.
- Test Secret Key, Test Publishable Key – necessary in a test mode. You can get it from your Stripe dashboard.
- Live Secret Key, Live Publishable Key – necessary to receive a real payments. You can get it from your Stripe dashboard.
- Stripe API Version – necessary for Stripe API compatibility. You can get it from your Stripe dashboard.
- Redirection after checkout – specify the link of the page to which the user will be sent after successful or unsuccessful payment. Note, you should only specify the slug of the page to which the user will be redirected. For example, if you want to redirect a user to https://test.com/shop/, you should specify /my-account/, etc.
- Redirect to Order Confirmation page – enable this option if you want to send your customer to order confirmation page even if he doesn’t have a verified bank account.
- Saved Bank Accounts – enable this option if you want to provide an opportunity for your customers to save their bank accounts. Don’t enable this feature if you use Checkout Block from WooCommerce Blocks plugin.
- Logging – enable/disable logging to a log file in WooCommerce -> Status -> Logs. This option is also responsible for Plaid logging.
After setting up the Stripe ACH payment gateway, you can move on to setting up Stripe itself. You can find out how to configure it using the admin panel in the following documentation.