The payment terms with a payment gateway for a website development company can vary depending on the specific payment gateway provider chosen and the agreement between the company and the provider.

Typically, payment gateway providers charge a transaction fee for each payment processed, which can be a percentage of the transaction amount or a flat fee. In addition, there may be other fees, such as setup fees or monthly fees.

When working with a payment gateway provider, it’s important for the website development company to clarify the following:

  1. Payment processing fees: The transaction fees charged by the payment gateway provider for processing payments.
  2. Settlement timeframes: The time it takes for the funds from the processed payments to be settled and transferred to the website development company’s account.
  3. Payment options: The payment methods supported by the payment gateway provider, such as credit cards, debit cards, bank transfers, and digital wallets.
  4. Security and compliance: The security measures and compliance requirements that the payment gateway provider has in place to protect sensitive payment information.
  5. Customer support: The level of customer support provided by the payment gateway provider, including technical support, dispute resolution, and fraud prevention.

Once these factors have been clarified, the website development company can negotiate payment terms with the payment gateway provider based on the volume of transactions, the types of payments processed, and other factors that may affect the overall cost and efficiency of the payment processing system.