There are many common questions that are asked around order processing that do not have their own help page. This page aims at answering some of the questions that Merchants have in an FAQ format.
- What timezone does ReCharge process in?
- How do I change my processing time?
- Does ReCharge support Amazon Pay?
- Does ReCharge support Apple Pay?
- Why can't I use other payment gateways?
- Does ReCharge support multi-currency?
- How can I change my billing identifier?
- Can I change the number of failed charge retries?
- How do I receive my payouts?
- Can I update my store currency?
- Can I set up a subscription to process an order daily?
- Are orders automatically created within Shopify?
- It is the end of the month and less orders processed than I expected. What's happening?
What timezone does ReCharge process in?
Recurring charge orders will begin processing after 3am UTC -4. Prepaid orders begin processing after 12pm UTC-4.
How do I change my processing time?
At the moment, you cannot adjust the timezone or specify the exact processing time for your store.
You can specify the hour block between 3am UTC-4 and 9am UTC-4 in which your store's recurring processing will begin if processing has not yet started for your store. Reach out to the ReCharge support team for more information.
Does ReCharge support Amazon Pay?
No. At this time ReCharge does not support Amazon Pay.
Does ReCharge support Apple Pay?
Yes. For clients who do business in the United States and who also use the Stripe payment processor the Apple Pay checkout option is available. Please review Apple Pay for more information on how to set it up.
Why can't I use other payment gateways?
Currently, ReCharge only supports Stripe, PayPal/Braintree, and Authorize.net. These are the most popular gateways within our supported markets and offer our clients the best processing rates along with the most variety of products to be processed. If you have a suggestion for a gateway integration, reach out to our support team.
Does ReCharge support multi-currency?
No. ReCharge does not support multi-currency.
What some of our merchants do is make multiple stores for different countries and currencies. If this is a solution that works for you, please contact our support team to discuss savings on the plan cost for additional stores.
How can I change my billing identifier?
The billing identifier is the line that appears on your customer's credit card statements that identifies where the charge originated. In order to edit this line, please reach out to our support team and our team can make this update for you.
Can I change the number of failed charge retries?
Yes, this can be changed. In the ReCharge Dashboard, click the wrench icon and select General settings. Under Failed charges, you can select the number of times and frequency a charge should be retried.
How do I receive my payouts?
Payouts are not handled by ReCharge, but by your payment processor directly. For more information, reach out to your payment gateway:
Can I update my store currency?
By default, ReCharge sets the currency based on your Shopify store at the time of installation. If you need to update your store currency, reach out to the ReCharge support team.
Can I set up a subscription to process an order daily?
No. If you try to make a test order on a 1-day interval, the system will block the order as a safety precaution to avoid customers being charged daily accidentally.
If you're running tests, we recommend putting orders in another interval such as a 2-day interval
Are orders automatically created within Shopify?
Yes. Each time a subscription checkout is completed the order is sent to Shopify for fulfillment based on the frequency determined in the ruleset.
It is the end of the month and less orders processed than I expected. What's happening?
If your rulesets are set on a monthly cadence and customers are charged on the same day they sign up, the charge schedule may shift for customers who initially ordered at the end of a month.
For example, if your customer ordered on August 31st, their next order will process on September 30th. The customer's next order will process on the 30th moving forward until the schedule encounters February or another factor impacts the schedule (such as a declined order or if the customer updates their charge date).