SIX Saferpay is available as a payment service provider on Shopgate.
In this article, you will find everything you need to set up SIX for your app and mobile website.
Supported payment types and countries
When configuring Shopgate for your SIX account, you can accept the following payment methods:
MasterCard | Visa | PostFianceNew! | American Express
Collecting necessary information
To connect your SIX account at Shopgate, you will need the following credentials and configuration details. Please log onto SIX via the E-Commerce Login Portal and collect the information before you proceed.
|Account ID||This is your SIX account number, NOT your login "Username".|
|spPassword||This is the password for your business account.|
|Alias Manager||Select "Yes" if you would like to receive more info about your customer's credit card.|
|Direct Capturing||Select "Yes" to get automatic capturing directly after authorization.|
For more information, please read Finding the required information
Setting up SIX Saferpay at Shopgate?
To set up SIX Saferpay as a payment provider, please complete the following steps.
- Log in to your Shopgate Admin page.
- Click on Settings from the menu bar, then select Payment.
- At the section Add payment method, search for SIX and select a payment type (Credit card, PayPal, or iDEAL). Repeat the steps for each payment types you accept via SIX.
- Enter your SIX account information in the pop-up window. Click Save. Your information will be validated automatically.
That's it! Now you have successfully set up SIX as a payment provider for your shop at Shopgate.
Finding the required information
Your Account ID is the same as your username.
This should be the password you chose for your business account. You only need to enter this password if you have a SIX business account.
Choose "Yes" if you would like to receive the following info of your customer's credit card:
✓ Last 4 digits of the credit card number
Choose "Yes" to get automatic capturing directly after authorization.
☞ For more information, read Which Transaction Type should I use?
If you still have trouble finding the information listed above, please contact SIX.