Eventzilla Payments

When you create an event with a paid ticket/registration type, you will be asked whether you would like to use Eventzilla Payments for collecting online payments. You select it… and thats all you do! Expected a few more steps. Didn’t you?

And that's it! Once your event is live, it is ready to accept payments instantly.

When will I receive my remittances?After you start receiving payments through your event page, you will have to complete a one-off step of verifying your identity (by providing an SSN) and enter your preferred financial institution’s details to withdraw your funds. 

You can also set your preferred withdrawal frequency ( Daily/Weekly/Monthly) and simply sit back and watch your funds automatically flow into your bank account.

How secure is Eventzilla Payments?Eventzilla Payments is securely powered by WePay. All sensitive information is encrypted and stored in a PCI-DSS compliant environment. You can view our terms of service in relation to Eventzilla payments here.

What is different about Eventzilla Payments?There are several benefits of using Eventzilla Payments. Some of these are:

  • You are able to pass on the payment processing fees to your attendees, which is not possible if you use any other payment provider such as PayPal or Stripe.
  • The seamless user experience for your attendees as they complete their payment without leaving your event page.
  • Improved conversion rates from the visit to registration as attendees have better success completing their payments.
  • Integrated support for all payment related issues as you deal with Eventzilla. No more running around with multiple payment providers.

Are Eventzilla payments available for everyone?Eventzilla is currently available only to event organizers transacting in US Dollars and Canadian Dollars. We will be rolling out support for additional currencies including British Pounds and Australian Dollars in the near future.

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