Payments made for recurring billing and subscriptions
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Frequently Asked Questions
You can use recurring payments to charge customers periodically or to offer automatic top-ups with credits-based services. Since the amount for a recurring payment can be variable, other use cases are possible. Some example cases include taking a partial prepayment and then a final recurring payment for more expensive products or manually charging a customer in your Dashboard when taking phone orders.
Mollie Recurring allows you to accept a single one-off payment or recurring direct debit payments. This helps your customers pay for products or services automatically. The first payment can be made via a range of payment methods, after which you can collect further payments via SEPA direct debit, credit card, or PayPal. You need a Mollie account to accept recurring payments.
Learn more about setting up recurring payments.
The first time your customer can pay through their preferred payment method. By doing this, the customer gives you permission to debit their account automatically. They can use any of the following payment methods:
First payments made by PayPal or credit card will continue to be charged via the same payment method. For first payments made with other payment methods, future payments will be made via SEPA Direct Debit.
There are some specific things that businesses need to do when taking recurring payments. Use our best practices checklist to ensure your website or app is fully compliant with the industry standards.