Hi @AFGF- so it looks like you can do Stripe -> Airtable in Zapier, i.e. when a new charge is created in Stripe you can push the data into your Airtable base. However, it doesn’t look like you can do Airtable -> Stripe, e.g. create a charge in Stripe from a new Airtable record (or submission of an Airtable form). So, you’re going to need some sort of form to capture the customer and card details - all of the well known form providers offer this - Jotform, Wufoo, Cognito - have this form integrate with Stripe, then use Zapier to send Stripe data to Airtable. Make sense? Stripe also offers hosted checkout pages so this could also be an option, i.e. lose the 3rd party form and just have Stripe. That said the 3rd party form solutions have done a lot of work to make presenting a payment form easier. I know from experience that the Stripe checkout pages aren’t as easy to set up as, say, a Jotform payment form.
But to answer your question, there’s no difference in the data that comes from Stripe via Zapier or Stripe via Jotform - just a question of building the base to match what each service can send. And if Stripe is the payment gateway in either case, this is going to be the same, I imagine.