Hi all, i think peoples here is already noticed, that Humble Bundle now also support Stripe as payment option alongside with Amazon and Google (and Bitcoin).
While i not really heard about this payment provider before, i taken some interest and checked their site. Looks like generally payment fee (https://stripe.com/us/help/pricing) is similar to Paypals (2.9% + $0.30 PER TRANSACTION) but on other side Stripe dont make any difference with US and international cards. Since, i think, IGS is used not only by US customer it can have some meaning.
Also, as IGS stuff probably know already, Google Checkout is shutting down in middle of fall, so GC users (like me) will have to switch to other provider. In case of Humble Bundle i will be switching to Stripe since i dont use Amazon and have stupid problems with paypal before.
Not like i advertizing or advocating anything! Just got idea, that Humble bundle had some good thinking about Stripe before implementing it onsite, so maybe its not worst idea for IGS too. Also, i suppose Humble Bundle customerbase will make Stripe much more recognised too (would be scared to use it before).
Still, actual $$$ counting is up to IGS, i suppose you know better that is more profitable to you.
Edit - Hmm, on HumbleBundle Stripe totally failing to process my main card...not that i expected from it.