This video tutorial shows you how easy it is to setup your preferred credit card payment gateway to your 1AutomationWiz shopping cart cart.
Some recent updates have been made to the Gateway set up page to make it quicker and easier to set up your payment Gateway and start collecting payments from customers.
Found within the “Set Up” menu, the Gateway set up page can be accessed by selecting it from the drop-down.
Making sure that the check box at the top is selected, you can choose which forms of payment you would like to accept from the list below.
Highlighting the desired card types and clicking the right arrow will populate the list to the right with the cards that you wish to accept.
Under the “Payment Processor” heading, leave “Authorize and Capture” selected and choose the Gateway you would like to use from the list of available Gateways.
It is important to research which Gateway you would like to use before selecting, as depending on your business model, there may be benefits to selecting one with a higher or lower transaction fee.
The unique Gateway ID will be provided to you in the account you create with your Gateway provider. Depending on which provider you go with, this will be found in a different place within your Gateway account.
If you’re unsure of which Gateway you would like to use, or have decided that Paypal is the best option for your business, the “Set Up Paypal” tab will help you set up Paypal as your default Gateway for payment processing.
Paypal Payments Standard, Paypal Payments Pro, and Paypal Express Checkout are the three available options and each one can be configured by clicking the sign-up link found next to either of the three options.
This will take you to the page where you can open up and configure a Paypal Merchant account.
Once this is done, you’ll want to enter the associated account information into the fields provided at the bottom of the page, making sure to provide your PDT Identity Token as provided within your Paypal account.
This will also enable you to accept eCheck orders and recurring payments.
As always, remember to save when you’re finished.