Payment Gateways

Payment gateways will allow you to charge your customers’ credit/debit card directly from your website when they purchase online. It’s the online equivalent of a swipe machine at a retail store.

When you send out invoices with payment link to your customers, they will essentially enter the card details to complete the payment. So, when the cards details are submitted, they will be transferred to Zoho Subscriptions’ server and then to the merchants’ payment gateway where the transaction will be processed and validated. All this takes only a couple of seconds.

   Payment    Gateway   Supported Countries
Authorize.net United States, United Kingdom, Europe, Australia, Canada.
Payflow Pro United States, Canada, Australia, New Zealand.
Payments Pro United States, United Kingdom, Canada.
Stripe Australia, Austria, Belgium, Canada, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Hong Kong, Ireland, Japan, Luxembourg, Netherlands, New Zealand, Norway, Singapore, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, United Kingdom, United States, Italy, Portugal.
Forte United States and Canada.
Worldpay United Kingdom (Since Zoho Subscriptions supports only the Worldpay corporate gateway).
Express Checkout Countries and Regions supported by Express Checkout are mentioned here.
2Checkout 2Checkout supports 196 countries. Unsupported countries are Cuba, Iran, North Korea , Myanmar/Burma, Sudan and Syria.
WePay Now supports businesses that are registered in the United States
Razorpay India
PayPal Supports all Countries and Regions mentioned here.

Authorize.Net

To configure Authorize.Net, click on the gear icon found on the top right hand side corner of the screen and click Integrations. Click the Setup Now button listed adjacent to Authorize.Net’s logo. Enter the following information and click Save.

Setting up Authorize net


Payflow Pro

When you register for Payflow Pro, you will receive an email with credentials like your Partner ID and Vendor Name. Please keep that email at hand while setting up Payflow Pro.

To configure Payflow, click the gear icon found on the top right hand side corner of the screen and click Integrations. Click the Setup now button listed adjacent to Payflow Pro logo. Enter the following information and click Save.

Setting up PayFlow Pro

You can change your Payment Option preference even after configuring Payflow Pro by clicking on the Edit icon under Payflow Pro. Click on Update after changing the preference.

Payments Option update in Payflow Pro


Payments Pro

To set up Payments Pro, click the gear icon on the top right corner and click Integrations. Click the Setup Now button right adjacent to the Payments Pro logo.

Setting up Payments Pro

API Username, API Password and Signature

You can change your Payment Option preference even after configuring Payments Pro by clicking on the Edit icon under Payments Pro. Click on Update after changing the preference.

Payments Option update in Payments Pro


Stripe

Stripe is an online payment gateway provider that accepts credit cards.

To set up Stripe as your Payment Gateway, click the gear icon found on the top right hand side corner of the screen and click Integrations. Click the Setup Now button listed adjacent to Stripe logo and login to your Stripe account.


Forte

If you don’t have a Merchant account in forte, click here to create it.

To set up Forte, click the gear icon on the top right corner and click Integrations. Click the Setup Now button right adjacent to the Forte logo.

Setting up Forte


Worldpay

To setup Worldpay, follow the below steps. Also note that Zoho Subscriptions supports only corporate gateway accounts.

Capture Delay Settings in your Worldpay Merchant Interface (in both Ecommerce merchant profile and Pay As Order merchant profile) needs to be turned off.

Click on the gear icon on the top right corner and click Integrations. Click the Setup Now button right adjacent to the Worldpay logo.

Setting up Worldpay

Ecommerce Merchant Code and Ecommerce XML Password should be the same as in the Worldpay Virtual Terminal.

Pay As Order Merchant Code and Pay As Order Merchant Password should also be the same as in the Worldpay virtual terminal and it is a must for recurring transactions.


Express Checkout

To set up Express Checkout, click the gear icon on the top right corner and click Integrations. Click the Setup Now button right adjacent to the PayPal Payments Pro logo.

Prerequisites for Zoho Subscriptions Test Account:

Ensure that the following is taken care to test PayPal Express Checkout in Zoho Subscriptions test account.

  1. PayPal Sandbox Business Account

    PayPal Sandbox Business Account is necessary as Zoho Subscriptions uses this account for all the transactions. To know more see PayPal Sandbox Business Account.

  2. Enable Reference Transactions

    To enable auto-billing, it is required to enable reference transactions in your PayPal Sandbox Account. To do the same contact PayPal’s Merchant Technical Support and provide the details of the test account in which you want the feature to be enabled.

  3. Enable Billing Address Feature

    If you want Zoho Subscriptions to copy the billing address of customers from their PayPal accounts and pre-fill it in their checkout pages, you should have the PayPal Billing Address Request feature enabled in your PayPal Sandbox Account. To do the same contact PayPal’s Merchant Technical Support and provide the details of the test account in which you want the feature to be enabled.

Prerequisites for Zoho Subscriptions Live Account:

Ensure that the following is taken care for accepting payments via PayPal Express Checkout with Zoho Subscriptions.

  1. PayPal Business Account

    PayPal Business Account is necessary as Zoho Subscriptions uses this account for all the transactions. Please note that PayPal Business Account is different from a PayPal Personal Account.

  2. Enable Reference Transactions

    To enable auto-billing, it is required to enable reference transactions in your PayPal Business Account. To do the same in your live account, you will have to raise a request to PayPal Customer Support. It takes some time for the request to be approved by PayPal to enable reference transactions in your business account.

  3. Enable Billing Address feature

    If you want Zoho Subscriptions to copy the billing address details of customers from their PayPal accounts and pre-fill it in their checkout pages, you should have the PayPal Billing Address Request feature enabled in your PayPal Business Account. To do the same contact PayPal’s Customer Support.

Setting up Express Checkout

API Username, API Password and Signature


2Checkout

To set up 2Checkout, click the gear icon on the top right corner and click Integrations. Click the Setup Now button right adjacent to the 2Checkout logo. Enter the following information and click Save.

2Checkout does not support auto-billing and hence will work only for one time payments.

Setting up 2Checkout


Razorpay

Razorpay is an online payment gateway which allows Indian businesses to collect one-time and recurring payments online through credit card, debit card, net banking options and popular wallets including Mobikwik, PayUmoney, FreeCharge, Airtel Money, Ola Money and PayZapp.

Getting Started

Connecting Zoho Subscriptions with Razorpay is a 3 step process, beginning with the creation of a Razorpay account, followed by connecting Zoho Subscripitons with Razorpay and finally accepting payments online.

Step 1: Creating Razorpay Account

In order to use Razorpay for your organization, you must have an account with Razorpay. If you already have an account, skip to Step 2.

To create a Razorpay account,

Note: It is advised to save your API Key and Key ID (Key Secret) by downloading them because Key ID will not be displayed again anywhere inside Razorpay account.

Step 2: Connecting Zoho Subscriptions with Razorpay

To connect Zoho Subscriptions with Razorpay,

Where can I find my Merchant ID, Key ID and API Key.

Step 3: Accepting Payments

Your customers can pay their invoices via Razorpay using the invoice link sent to their email or through Client Portal. Your customers can pay for a subscription either as one-time or recurring payment.

One-Time Payment:

Recurring Payments:

To setup recurring payments with Razorpay, your customer has to approve to it from their end.

See FAQs related to Razorpay.


PayPal

To setup PayPal as your preferred gateway,

Note : To know more about accepting payments with PayPal Business click here.

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