[HIRED] Looking for a Stripe expert to help me implement a bulletproof subscription service

Platform already built, and I added a rudimentary Stripe implementation. However, the freelancer to hop in, check my work, add what’s missing and make sure it’s solid!

  • The customer can dynamically update their subscription (# of seats, similar to slack)
  • Subscriptions are autorenewing by nature with a 14 day trial (doesn’t need to add card to start trial)
  • We need to know if a card was rejected, accepted, inform the customer, update the status of this customer
  • Send invoices to the customer
  • If customer adds more seats, we need to update the subscription
  • Subscriptions are either monthly or yearly (price is discounted for yearly commitment)

Looking forward to working with you!

Thank you to everyone that applied! We’ve selected our Freelancer, but are eager to work with many of you in the future. So much talent in this forum, love it!

I would suggest to implement the Stripe Self Service Portal, it’s sufficient to validate your MVP and for clients much easier to work with(from my opinion).

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Thanks for the suggestion but prefer to get it right by working with someone with experience. Don’t want to mess up while handling people’s money.

@alejandrowunderlich I am looking for the same thing for my app. Someone to help me implement a subscription service for my app. Do you have recommendations from your hiring process of who I can work with to do this?

Hi! Yes! I had a great time working with @duke.severn, clearly knows Stripe like the back of his hand. Also had an easy time finding his way around our app, which is of considerable size. Once the project was done, he prepared video walkthroughs for us in case we needed to build on top of what he ha’d done already. Highly recommended!

This goes for any hire: Make sure that you have your requirements clearly outlined before starting.

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Fantastic! Thanks for the recommendation. And good advice about clearly defining the requirements.

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Most simplest thing to have is a user flow diagram explaining how the app works on the back-end.

Sketches are useful for front-end development.

Outside of this, learning a new app usually takes several hours with the debugger mode as your best friend.

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Yeah, we use https://miro.com/ for these cases.
These kinds of platforms speed up the processes by a lot.

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