When this happens...
StripeNew Event
Then do this...
MandrillSend Email

Credit cards expire. And your customers will forget to their accounts with new payment information. Using Zapier, you can automatically send an email via Mandrill to Stripe customers whose credit cards fail. It's just a little nudge to save your customers from confusion.

"This is perfect for us at a stage where it helps extend our runway, where we're not having to spend as much development time on (an integration)."

- Dodd Caldwell, MoonClerk

How It Works

  1. Zapier watches Stripe for failed transactions
  2. Whenever Zapier finds a failed Stripe transaction, it automatically sends an email alert from Mandrill

What You Need

  1. A Stripe account, with at least one user who has a failed transaction
  2. A Mandrill account

Why Zapier?

Free

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Easy

No coding required—automate any of 1,000+ apps in minutes.

Secure

Enterprise-level security—connect mission-critical apps.

It's easy to connect Mandrill + Stripe and requires absolutely zero coding experience—the only limit is your own imagination.

When this happens...
then do this!
New Catch Hook

Catch and trigger off of any webhook that Mandrill sends.

Send Template

Send an email via a template.

New Charge

Triggers when someone's credit card is charged.

Send Email

Send an email through Mandrill's system!

New Event

Triggers when a new event like a dispute, subscription, or transfer is added.

Create Customer

Creates a new customer.

New Customer

Triggers when a new customer is added.

Update Customer

Updates a customer.

New Refund

Triggers when a new refund is created.

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Mandrill is simple, powerful transactional email from the same people that brought you Mailchimp.

Stripe is a developer-friendly way to accept payments online and in mobile apps. Stripe's suite of APIs powers commerce for thousands of companies of all sizes, processing billions of dollars for businesses each year.