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      • dmj`
        markin: so recipients api calls are in the customers page
      • theres like a hidden tab for it
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      • why aren't those just included
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      • markin
        I don't understand your question
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      • dmj`
        sorry, didn't finish my sentence
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      • why aren't the recipients api calls on the customers page just included on the recipients page
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      • markin
        you're talking about the Stripe dashboard?
      • dmj`
        oooo
      • sorry
      • I meant cards
      • if you create a new card
      • you have the choice of it being created on a customer or recipient
      • markin
        Yea, so a Customer object and Recipient are two different objects, both can have cards associated with them.
      • the API to add a card to a Customer or to a recipient is the same, but the endpoint is different, so instead of duplicating with "Add card to customer" and "Add card to recipient" they just added the switch
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      • dmj`
        yea
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      • just unsure if I should include the "add card to recipient" in the Card section or put it in the Recipient section... Right now "Add Card to customer is in the card section"
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      • markin
        Well to create a card, you have to specify a customer or a recipient hence why I think Stripe has it as part of card
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      • dmj`
        hmmm
      • makes sense
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      • brendenp
        Hi there. Any dev in the room that can answer a quick question about the API for Australia?
      • We currently have implemented the Stripe gateway in our platform for our US clients and were wondering if the same API can be used for Australian clients?
      • markin
        Hey brendenp, the API is the same (some things may not be available in Australia like 3rd party transfers)
      • hybrdthry911
        The only thing that would change would be the currency ISO code for the transactions right markin?
      • markin
        Correct
      • brendenp
        OK cool. Thanks guys.
      • markin
        You're welcome
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      • John___
        Hi Guys. I would like to transfer customers between two stripe accounts. I'm using woocommerce to handle subscriptions. I've sent an email to stripe but haven't heard back yet. Am I able to transfer "customers" between one stripe account to another on my own?
      • dmj`
        John___: with the api you can program it yea
      • delete a customer in one account, add it to another,
      • John___
        Any documentation on that?
      • dmj`
        do u program?
      • oops
      • John___
        No but the person I'm transfering the account to has a better understanding of programing that I do... so maybe he can do it. But if he can't... what are my options?
      • dmj`
        ^ that link
      • hire me :)
      • John___
        LOL. Do you work for stripe? Or you just know the process? I'm pretty sure stripe will do the migration for me. At least thats how it seems on their documentation.
      • dmj`
        well yea, I'd ask them first. I have a web app where I integrate heavily with the stripe api, I'm also writing a new stripe library in haskell, https://github.com/dmjio/stripe-simple/tree/mas...
      • John___
        Also... because I'm using woocommerce subscriptions to handle the subscriptions (they don't even show up in stripe) I'm assuming all I need to do is get the "customers" transfered over?
      • dmj`
        yea, you could just migrate the data with the api, but I doubt stripe has a "dump to woocommerce" button
      • John___
        okay. Cool. Thanks. I'll copy / paste this conversation to my partner. But after asking stripe... if we hit brick walls... how can we contact you?
      • dmj`
        djohnson.m at gmail dot com
      • John___
        Cool. thanks.
      • dmj`
        no problem, hope it works out!
      • John___
        Thanks :) Me too!
      • Bye for now.
      • dmj`
        :)
      • cya
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      • hybrdthry911
        So my attemps to install the stripe node_module into parse’s cloud code was not very successful, so I’m back to my httprequest custom built api essentially. Now I’m probly going about this the wrong way, but I’m simply building a function that takes a prefix, suffix, and a “postfix”, as well as parameters, so for example https://api.stripe.com/v1/customers/{CUSTOMER_I..., the customers would be my prefix,
      • {Customer_id} suffix, and cards postfix. Most code that seems to easy will bind me up later.
      • Should I build a function for each api call?
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      • robbob
        Hey guys, quick question: I'm using checkout, which errors are checked by checkout and which errors are left for me to check?
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      • markin
        ribbon, checkout will check that the card number is algorithmically valid and the expiration date is in the future. If you set an amount with checkout l, it will also do a one dolls authorization and make sure the card is valid
      • sorry for any typos, on mobile
      • ^robbob
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