Braintree Payments: A port in the storm

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Justin Benson
Publication Date
September 25, 2013
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The news broke today that PayPal is acquiring Braintree Payments. We've seen more traffic to Spreedly by 9am Eastern than all of yesterday. If you're a Braintree customer and you're concerned about how this might play out over the next few months we want to make a specific offer. We have our standard $50 (Freedom Plan) that let's you store up to 5000 cards and pay 4 cents a transaction. What we're also going to do is have our next plan, the Traction Plan, have the same parameters as our Scaling plan. 

To put it simply, if you're a Braintree customer, you can store up to 100,000 cards for $150 per month. We'll also then charge you 2 cents per successful credit card transaction. With Braintree we can "dual vault" too so you can keep your cards at Spreedly and at Braintree. The idea being that if you feel comfortable in 6 - 12 months with Braintree you could drop Spreedly and just process directly against Braintree again. 

If you're not comfortable you have an independent vault that you can take somewhere else - or just keep using Spreedly against one of the other 50+ gateways we support. We would need to move your vault from Braintree to Spreedly initially. And you would need to integrate to our API

So there is some work to do. Email support or sales at Spreedly if you have any specific questions, larger volumes or to sign up.

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