Mobile App Order Payments

We currently offer offer  four choices for you to offer your customers to pay for their orders through your App:

PayPal

Google Wallet 

Authorize.Net

and of course Cash!

Each provider takes you through the process quickly and (mostly) painlessly.    We’ve used them all and each works well.   The most traditional is Authorize.Net but they all offer benefits!

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Authorize.Net

Web site:    http://www.authorize.net/

Once your account is setup, you will need to login using their client portal:  https://account.authorize.net/

Goto the Settings Tab (Right hand side of screen)

Then, find the heading on the right called Security Settings and under it, General Security Settings.   Click on the selection “API Login ID and Transaction Key”

We will need the following information available and must set it up within 24 hours for security reasons.    We suggest transferring them to us either in person, on the phone, or in a several emails to improve security.

  1. API Login ID
  2. Transaction Key
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PayPal

Web site:   https://www.x.com/   (this is the business processing portal owned by Paypal)

You will need to register with PayPal using this site.   You can either link to an account you already have or create a new one.    To begin the process (it’s a bit awkward) you need to click “Register” on the upper right hand corner of the screen, then select “PayPal” (not ebay) when offered the choice.   From there, you can either set up a new account or use an existing one.

We will need the following information available and must set it up within 24 hours for security reasons.    We suggest transferring them to us either in person, on the phone, or in a several emails to improve security.

  1. Paypal Application ID
  2. Paypal API Credentials
Click Here to Learn More About PayPal Setup

Google Wallet 

 

Web Site:  https://accounts.google.com/   Use this site to create your Google Checkout account (if you do not have a gmail account, this will walk you through those steps as well as it will be required)

You will be setting up an account with the “Merchant Center”.

Once your account is setup, you will need to login using their client portal:  https://accounts.google.com/

Goto the Settings Tab (Top of screen)

Then, find the heading on the left called Integration and click it.    Select the checkbook under Shopping cart post security.

We will need the following information available and must set it up within 24 hours for security reasons.    We suggest transferring them to us either in person, on the phone, or in a several emails to improve security.

  1. Google merchant ID
  2. Google merchant key
Click Here to Learn More About Google Wallet Setup