Using Stripe Checkout
When you check out on the website of a Merchant that has Stripe Checkout enabled, we will ask you if you’d like us to remember you. When you allow us to remember you, Stripe will store certain identifying information, such as your email address and your mobile phone number (“Stripe Credentials”), and your Payment Credentials. Information stored as part of your Payment Credentials may include information such as your name, the account number and the expiration date, as well as associated information like your billing address and shipping address. The advantage of remembering you is that it will make your checkout quicker and easier if you come back to the same website, or to any of the other Merchants that use Stripe (a “Stripe Enabled Merchant”) – this can be especially handy when you’re on a mobile device or don’t have your credit card in front of you.
Stripe Checkout enables you to store your Payment Credentials, but it doesn’t change anything else about your relationship with the Merchant you’re paying or your bank or credit card company. Stripe will, however, use reasonable efforts to keep your Payment Credentials secure.
You are ultimately responsible for the purchases you make using Stripe Checkout. Also, the Merchant is the one responsible for providing you the goods or services that you purchase using Stripe Checkout, not Stripe. Stripe Checkout may display, or link to, the terms and policies that attach to a product or service sold by a Stripe Enabled Merchant. For example, Stripe Checkout may display, or link to, a Merchant’s policies with respect to returns, refunds, and exchanges. The content of any such policies is chosen by the Merchant, and Stripe does not control, or have any responsibility for, the Merchant’s compliance with the content of its policies and terms. If you believe that a Merchant has failed to comply with its terms or policies, or any other obligation imposed by applicable law, please contact the Merchant directly.