The easiest way to accept online payments on your website

Copy & paste payment code for your website

Simply the most straightforward way to get a payment page up and running on your website.

Open your account

Copy the code

Paste into your page

Anyone who knows how to copy & paste can add this innovative payments solution to their website. It works seamlessly and securely, embedded direct from our systems, and will never need any maintenance.

*You are also provided with a personal payment page on this site, if you prefer to keep it even simpler!

Accept online payments with UmbrellaPay

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No programming
No maintenance
No setup costs
No monthly fees
No contracts

Accept MasterCard payments online  Accept Visa payments online  Accept Amex payments online  Powered by Stripe

Fundraising Services and Donation Processing Works on all devices and OS


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   Trusted
   Secure
   International
   Cost-effective

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We use 100% renewable electricity from sources like the sun, wind and sea.

Your free pages

As well as providing you with the easiest way for you to add payments to your website, we also provide a selection of different payment URLs for you to choose from and use. Here's some examples (all linking to our own test account.).

paymentsonmywebsite.com/pay_10796
payment-services.co.uk/pay_10796
purplepay.org/pay_10796
umbrellapay.uk/pay_10796
xperedon.com/pay_10796

Standard transaction pricing

We only take a fee based on your success.

Your success is our success.

*You may also be temped to take advantage of some more advanced platform features where additional subscriptions DO apply.

Platform fee

1% per transaction

(minimum charge 50 pence / 50 cents)

Plus standard Stripe card fees

Example transaction
Payment £100
Our fee £1
Stripe fee £1.60
You receive £97.40

Supports Visa, Mastercard, Amex

Processing in GBP£, USD$, EUR, CHF available

NO startup fees

NO monthly fees


High volumes?

Contact us to discuss your project and transaction volumes