Payment Processing

Take advantage of your funds flow.

JustiFi payments infrastructure leverages payment facilitation to ensure all funds flow through your platform, rather than relying on third-party processors. This provides you with more control over processing rates, allowing you to capture the lion’s share of the revenue.

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Monetize Payments

We think you deserve to participate in economics, preserve optionality as you scale, and generate payment revenues like the best platforms in the world. At the end of the day, the cost of a payment shouldn’t be determined by the volume of funds flowing through your platform.

Start your journey to over 200 basis points of keep.

Traditional payment processors stifle your platform’s growth potential. Processing with JustiFi means you get to reap the rewards of custom payment infrastructure.

Simple, reliable seller onboarding

If you’ve used Stripe Connect, you know it’s easy to implement but costs extra and doesn’t offer white-label functionality. With JustiFi, you get the best of both worlds; a frictionless seller onboarding experience that’s completely white-labeled, all at no additional cost.

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Recognize All Your Revenue :

JustiFi’s infrastructure directs all transaction revenue through your platform, significantly enhancing your ARR.

Don't get left out of the transaction

JustiFi’s innovative payments infrastructure is designed to provide payment facilitation that extends beyond traditional processor transactions. This infrastructure places the payment flow directly into your platform, allowing for higher control and supervision of customer funds.

On top of transactional costs being reduced, businesses are able to retain more of the processing rates established in their respective markets due to funds not having to run through third-party processors. 

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As SaaS veterans ourselves, we've seen the impact payments can make.

After building SaaS platforms for 15 years, we’ve created what we wish we had – a full stack of platform-focused white-label tools that allow you to keep the lion’s share of revenue from the funds flowing through your platform. Exactly how it should be.

Unsure where to start? Leave it to the experts.

With our Engage subscription, our team of industry veterans guides every step of your fintech journey: go-to-market strategy, product utilization, forecasting, fundraising, and everything in between. 

Payment Activation

Switching payment processors needs to be effortless for your development team, who is also responsible for pushing your product roadmap forward. The JustiFi API docs will get you to your first processed payment in days rather than weeks.

Web Components for Payments

Web components are reusable, modular pieces of code that offer several benefits for accepting payments and embedding fintech products such as:

Increased flexibility

Web components can be easily integrated into any platform, allowing you to customize the UI to match your platform.

Reduced development time

Using web components can significantly reduce the amount of time and resources required to develop and maintain payment functionality on your platform.

Improved security

Web components use modern security practices such as encryption and tokenization, removing the compliance burden on your platform.

Enhanced user experience

Web components are designed to be user-friendly and easy to use, improving the overall experience for your customers.

Web Component

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					<!DOCTYPE html>
<html dir="ltr" lang="en">

  <meta charset="utf-8" />
  <meta name="viewport" content="width=device-width, initial-scale=1.0, minimum-scale=1.0, maximum-scale=5.0" />
  <title>justifi-card-form: Simple example</title>

    If you are including the components via CDN the src should be the following:
  <script type="module" src="/build/webcomponents.esm.js"></script>
  <script nomodule src="/build/webcomponents.js"></script>

  <h1>Card Form</h1>
    The 'style-overrides' prop takes a stringified instance of Theme. The type and all optional
    members for Theme can be found here:
  <justifi-card-form style-overrides='{
      "margin":"0 0 .5rem 0"
      "borderColor":"rgba(0, 0, 0, 0.42)",
      "borderColorHover":"rgba(0, 0, 0, 0.62)",
      "borderRadius":"4px 4px 0 0",
      "padding":".5rem .875rem"
      "margin":".25rem 0 0 0",
  <button type="submit" id="card-submit-button">Tokenize</button>
  <button type="submit" id="card-validate-button">Validate</button>

  (function () {
    var cardForm = document.querySelector('justifi-card-form');
    var cardSubmitButton = document.querySelector('#card-submit-button');
    var cardValidateButton = document.querySelector('#card-validate-button');

    cardForm.addEventListener('cardFormReady', function () {
      console.log('justifi-card-form ready');

    cardSubmitButton.addEventListener('click', (event) => {
      console.log('card form tokenize button clicked');
      // All of this information would come from your form instead of being hard coded
      // Card number, expiration and cvv are collected on our iframe
      const paymentMethodData = {
        name: 'John Doe',
        address_line1: '123 Broadway', // optional
        address_line2: '', // optional
        address_city: 'Minneapolis', // optional
        address_state: 'MN', // optional
        address_postal_code: '55413', 
        address_country: 'US', // optional
        metadata: { something: "somevalue" } // optional
      // ACCOUNT_ID is optional, currently required for platforms
      // ACCOUNT_ID is the seller account for which you are tokenizing
      cardForm.tokenize('CLIENT_ID', paymentMethodData, 'ACCOUNT_ID')
        .then((data) => {
          // This is where you can submit the form and use the payment method token
          // on your backend
          console.log('justifi-card-form tokenized: ', data);

    cardValidateButton.addEventListener('click', (event) => {
      console.log('card validate button clicked');
        .then((data) => {
          console.log('justifi-card-form validated. Is valid? ', data.isValid);