SecurePay Online Payments - your all-in-one solution
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Revision as of 14:37, 30 July 2019 by Shawn
We connect to SecurePay using their API, so your customer stays in your checkout, and is not re-directed to a SecurePay payment page.
For more information about SecurePay, visit the SecurePay website at https://www.securepay.com.au
How the application process works
SecurePay Online Payments offers a fast, simple application process with a five business-day turnaround time.
- Complete the [online application form]. Ensure you enter "FFR" in the Referrer Code box.
- Make sure you select the "I want to accept payments & settle funds" option if you don't already have a merchant account.
- When your application is provisionally approved, you’ll receive test account credentials, so you can activate SecurePay in the Preferences -> Checkout & Payment section of your store.
How to activate the SecurePay payment gateway in your store
The SecurePay payment gateway can be activated in the "Preferences -> Checkout & Payment" section of your Spiffy Store Toolbox.
To activate the SecurePay gateway, go to the "Preferences -> Checkout & Payment" section of your Spiffy Store Toolbox and follow the instructions below.
- Scroll down to the "Credit Card Gateways" section.
- Choose "SecurePay" in the drop-down select menu
- Enter your SecurePay Merchant ID and Password
- Select the cards you accept. This depends on what you have set up with SecurePay.
- Click the "Activate" button.
It's as easy as that!
SecurePay has worked with Australian businesses for more than 15 years, helping more than 40,000 businesses on their e-commerce journeys.
They offer a wide range of online payment solutions, including SecurePay Online Payments – a complete online payments solution – as well as various payment gateway solutions.
They are an Australian company, with a team of payment specialists based here for help and advice when you need it.
As a leader in the Australian online payments industry, they offer a host of products and services, including their own FraudGuard suite, which helps businesses combat fraudulent transactions. SecurePay's servers are located across multiple local data centres for maximum uptime, and all of their customer's data is securely kept here, in Australia.
For more information please feel free to visit the SecurePay website at https://www.securepay.com.au