Compliance questionsNot yet submittedAs required by Japan’s Revised Installment Sales Act, we need you to answer questions about how you accept payments through Stripe.Learn more
Does your business handle your customers’ card numbers?Answer yes if you handle card numbers on your own servers, or collect card numbers over the phone. If all card details for payments on Stripe are solely collected via Checkout, Elements, Invoices, or our mobile SDKs, this should be no.
Do you or connected applications that are acting on your behalf (Connect Standard) use any kind of additional verification methods to determine your customers’ identity?For example: 3D SecureYesNo
Do you or connected applications that are creating payments on your behalf (Connect Standard) require card security codes for every payment?We always recommend that you send card security codes, also known as card verification codes (CVC), to Stripe. Checkout, Elements, and the iOS and Android SDKs all support security code collection by default.
Do you or connected applications that are acting on your behalf (Connect Standard) use any counter measures to detect suspicious delivery addresses? This could include maintaining a list of addresses associated with past fraudulent transactions or using a third-party service to detect potentially fraudulent addresses.
Has your business violated either the Specified Commercial Transaction Act (特定商取引法) in the past five years or the Consumer Contract Act (消費者契約法) and lost a lawsuit due to these violations in the past?
You’re using tokenized payment information to process payments on Stripe.Process payments unsafelyUse in exceptional circumstances, since this impacts your compliance and the security of your customers.