Hi, I have noticed in a couple of other threads about Stripe it refers to the fact that the user submits their credit card info into a separate Stripe pop-up (http://www.amember.com/forum/threads/authorize-net-vs-stripe.20313/ and http://www.amember.com/forum/threads/stripe-recuring-payments.20028/). I have installed/enabled the Stripe plugin (with Amember 4.6.3), and have a verified live Stripe account, but when I visit the website as a customer and select "Stripe" as my payment system, it doesn't show me the Stripe pop-up but instead I see the payment form embedded within my Wordpress/Amember site template at this address https://mydomain.com/members/payment/stripe/cc. It is asking for Stripe generally recommends using their pop-up as you can see on this page when you click the "Pay with Card" button - https://stripe.com/docs/checkout (more info here on their checkout pop-up payment system - https://stripe.com/checkout) I'm sure the conversion rate would be hugely improved if that pop-up appeared after selecting "Credit Card" as a payment choice on the Amember Sign-Up form. As we already have the user's email address, the only required fields on the Stripe pop-up would surely be the credit card fields? Instead of this, they are presented with am embedded form on /members/payment/stripe/cc which asks them for the following fields: Cardholder Name Credit Card Number Card Expiry Date Credit Card CVC Code Street Address City ZIP / Postal Code Country State / Country / Region Can you please clarify the following: 1) Can we use the Stripe pop-up with Amember? 2) If not, can we reduce the number of fields required above on the /members/payment/stripe/cc page so that we only ask for the card details in the pop-up? 3) If we can only use the embedded form an not the pop-up, can you confirm how this information is processed - is the credit card data stored within the Amember system at all, even temporarily? Sorry for the long post and thanks for your time.