Accepting payments on your website

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There are several ways to accept payments for products and services on your website, depending on which version of our platform you are on.

We use either a Gravity form or WooCommerce, depending on your requirements

If you are expecting multiple products or services, we'd recommend using WooCommerce.

Here are the supported online payment methods:

Can't find the payment gateway you want? We are able to install over 100 payment gateways on request. Click here to browse all gateways. (Only applicable to sites using WooCommerce)


Gravity Forms with PayPal Standard

Examples:

Requirements:

This is one of the simplest methods of accepting payments on your website for products. After your client has completed the form on your website, they will be sent to PayPal website to complete their payment via credit card or PayPal account.

To get started with PayPal Standard, send us a new ticket with your PayPal account's email and the form fields you need.

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Gravity Forms with Authorize.net

Example: 

Requirements:

This method is a bit more seamless, the payment will be processed by Authorize.net after your client click on the form's "Submit" button and they will not have to leave your website. 

The only credit card information stored on the website will be the card's type and its last four digits for identification purposes.

To get started with Authorize.net, send us a ticket with the API Login ID and the Transaction Key from your Authorize.net account, and the form fields you need.

You can find your API credentials by clicking on the 'Account' link at the Authorize.Net Merchant Interface. Then click 'API Login ID and Transaction Key' and generate a new transaction key.

If your website is not yet on SSL, we would recommend checking out our SSL options first.

Note: Currently the add-on only support credit card payment; eChecks and other payment methods are not yet supported.

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Gravity Forms with PayPal Payments Pro

Example: 

Requirements:

This method is similar to Authorize.net, the payment will be processed by PayPal after your client click on the form's "Submit" button and they will not have to leave your website.

The only credit card information stored on the website will be the card's type and its last four digits for identification purposes.

To get started with PayPal Payments Pro, send us a ticket with your PayPal Payflow Pro credentials (Partner, Merchant Login, Password) and the form fields you need.

If your website is not yet on SSL, we would recommend checking out our SSL options first.

Notes:

  • Currently the add-on only support credit card payment; paying via PayPal account is not yet supported.
  • American Express cards are supported but not enabled by default, you will have to contact PayPal support to get this enabled on your account.

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WooCommerce with PayPal Standard

Requirements:

PayPal is the simplest method to process payment with WooCommerce, similar to the Gravity Forms with PayPal Standard option, after your client has confirmed to Checkout on your website, they will be sent to PayPal website to complete their payment via credit card or PayPal account.

To get started, let us know the details of your products or services (names, descriptions, and prices) and your PayPal account's email.

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WooCommerce with Simplify Commerce

Requirements:

Simplify Commerce is WooCommerce's default on-site credit card payment gateway, your client will not have to leave the website to complete their payment.

The only credit card information stored on the website will be the card's type and its last four digits for identification purposes.

To get started, let us know the details of your products or services (names, descriptions, and prices) and the Public Key and the Private Key for your Simplify Commerce account.

You can find your API credentials by logging in to your Simplify Commerce account and navigate to "Settings" and then "API Keys".

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WooCommerce with Amazon Payments Advanced Gateway

Information & Requirements:

  • Phoenix (bypronto) website
  • Pay with Amazon is currently only available in the USA, UK & Germany
  • Supports recurring payments
  • SSL
  • Amazon Merchant Account

Amazon Payments Advanced is embedded directly into your existing web site, and all the buyer interactions with Amazon Payments Advanced take place in embedded widgets so that the buyer never leaves your site. Buyers can log in using their Amazon account, select a shipping address and payment method, and then confirm their order. Requires an Amazon Seller account with the Amazon Payments Advanced service provisioned. Supports DE, UK, and US.

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WooCommerce with eWay, Firstdata and Intuit

Information & Requirements:

  • Phoenix (bypronto) website
  • Supports WooCommerce Subscriptions (eway only)
  • Supports WooCommerce Refunds (eway only)
  • Supports recurring payments
  • SSL
  • Intuit QBMS is only available for merchants in the US
  • Merchant Account with relevent provider

These merchant accounts are great for taking credit card payments directly from your site.

Read more about Intuit
Read more about First Data
Read more about eway

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WooCommerce with Braintree

Example:

Requirements:

Braintree is similar to Simplify Commerce, your client will not have to leave the website to complete their payment.

The only credit card information stored on the website will be the card's type and its last four digits for identification purposes. 

To get started, let us know the details of your products or services (names, descriptions, and prices) and the Merchant ID, the Public Key, the Private Key, and the Client-Side Encryption (CSE) Key of your Braintree account.

You can find your API credentials by logging in to your Braintree account and navigate to "Account" and then "My user" and under "Authorization," click on "API Keys". 

Note: Currently the add-on only support credit card payment; bitcoins and mobile payments (Venmo, Apple Pay, Android Pay) are not yet supported.

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PayPal Payment Buttons

Example:

Requirements:

This is the simplest method if you have single or a couple of simple products or services to be purchased online, your client will be taken to PayPal website to complete their payment when they click on the button.

To get started, go to PayPal checkout buttons page and scroll down to the bottom, click on "Create a javascript button" (recommended) or "Create an HTML form" (only if you need to add options or use a custom button image).

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Other Payment Methods

We have listed all of the common payment integrations method above, if you are using other payment gateways, if they have a HTML/Javascript snippet, then we might support them. Otherwise, if they list ASP/PHP/JSP as their integration method, then it highly unlikely then we will support them, though you are always welcome to get in touch and discuss with us!

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