Which payment gateways can I use with LeapIN?

Last updated: April 02, 2018

LeapIN supports the following payment gateways as part of our Professional plan -

  • PayPal (for receiving and sending payments)

  • Paddle (for receiving payments)

As you're the official representative of your company, only you can apply for a payment gateway account when needed. And if you start using payments through either PayPal or Paddle, please let us know beforehand, as we'll need access to your transaction data for accounting purposes.


You can use PayPal for invoicing and collecting payments from customers and making payments to suppliers from your business bank account.

Support for PayPal enables us to synchronize your latest PayPal transaction data and display it in your LeapIN self service. LeapIN displays your current PayPal account balance under 'Banking'.


Paddle is our recommended payment gateway for customers who sell any kind of digital product. Their service should be of particular interest to companies that operate as SaaS providers, as it includes not just payment processing but also subscriptions, taking care of VAT MOSS calculations, and handling all billing and order related queries from the end-customer.

With other payment gateways, you'd need additional third-party services along with the gateway itself, but with Paddle you get an all-in-one solution.

Setting up an account

Before creating an account with either provider, please be aware that payment gateways are altering and strengthening their KYC requirements constantly, and it's challenging to open a payment gateway account as a micro-business without a past track record.

When you've initiated the application process and are asked to submit data/documents about your company, please inform us and we'll assist whenever possible. It is, however, beyond our reach to guarantee success here.

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