We have a website where users can book a room and our payment gateway is Paypal.
On the payment page, we have a form requiring customer information and at the bottom, we have a button called "Make Payment". Clicking this should redirect them to Paypal.
However, before they proceed, we like the users to know that they don't need a Paypal account to make payment through Paypal.
We have 2 solutions so far:
One: To show the said note and a "Proceed to Paypal" button on a Modal Box. Meaning:
Click "Make Payment" -> Show Modal Box with note and "Proceed" button -> Click "Proceed" -> Goes to Paypal Page
Two: Just put the note near the "Make Payment" button and emphasize it (in some way) and put a tooltip with a more thorough explanation when they hover their mouse on the note. This way, they no longer need the modal box and the additional "Proceed" button.
Which of the two is a better solution to show an important message?