Stripe Express allows US residents to link their bank account within seconds! You can do this from your OpenSports group from the Website or App.
From your Group page > go to the Payment tab > use the Country Selector to select your country > Click “Link to Bank Account” > Follow the prompts in the following forms and then you’re ready to collect and receive payment!
Stripe Connect flow (Web):
From your group page, tap on the three dots at the top right corner > Tap on “Payment” > Use the Country Selector to select your country > Click “Link to Bank Account” > Fill out all of the fields in the form!
Stripe Connect flow (App):
To receive funds for payments you’ve processed, Stripe makes deposits (payouts) of your available account balance into your bank account.
Once you start processing with Stripe, your first payout is made 7–10 days after your first successful payment is received. Subsequent payouts are then processed according to your account’s payout schedule.
Payouts contain payments processed two business days prior. For example, payments received on a Tuesday are paid out by Thursday, and payments received on a Friday are paid out by Tuesday.
IMPORTANT: If players sign up and pay for your event over multiple days, you will receive the payout seven days after EACH day that tickets were purchased. For example, if you have a game on Saturday, and players purchase tickets for it on Thurs ($30 of tickets purchased), Fri ($40 of tickets purchased), and Sat ($20 of tickets purchased), that means on the next Monday, you will receive your $30, on the next Tuesday you will receive your $40 and on the next Wednesday, you will receive your $20.
You can select to receive payouts on a rolling basis (every day), or in batches once a week or once a month.
You can view your account balance (all of your payouts and how much money you are owed) through the Payment tab on your OpenSports group page.
OpenSports will also generate a monthly report indicating all revenue collected for the period. Email email@example.com to learn more about this.
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