Payment Page example that includes Terms and Conditions


Payment Page example that includes Terms and Conditions

 
Below is where the client would need to click the text “terms and conditions” and read accordingly, then select the tick box to agree, then submit payment.


Configure Application parameter description: 
NOTE: The above image for the configure application only reflects a portion of the complete list which you can select from

  • The Administrator can add specific user email addresses to receive confirmation emails when payments are made by the cardholders
  • Select whether to send email confirmation “to user that created the request”. This will allow the user created by the Administrator to receive transaction confirmation emails
    • Alternately, provide a different email address on the text field below 
  • Select whether to send email confirmation to Cardholder and type in the address to send from
  • Customise payment request message to cardholder. DO NOT change content that is between $ sign
  • For merchants that have more than one payment method, they can select a preferred default Payment Method from the list– Visa Checkout, MasterPass or Card Payments
  • Visa Checkout Merchant Take-On
  • Merchants can also register for Visa Checkout in order to start accepting e-wallet payments from cardholders. To register merchants can mouse to the “Transaction Viewing Layout” section click on the “Reset Transaction Viewing layout dropdown, select “Visa Checkout Management” click the “Submit” button. 
  • A new page will be display and the merchant can be populating all the fields displayed on the below screen and submit. 
    NB: The merchant will also need to notify the Acquiring bank that they need to be enabled for Visa Checkout. 

Please Note: 
The merchant will also need to notify the Acquiring bank that they need to be enabled for Visa Checkout

Please Note: 
The merchant can now be able to configure terms and conditions to be set and agreed by the cardholder upon making a payment. This is done by inserting a URL link where the merchants’ terms and conditions are found or type out the Terms and conditions.