We understand the importance of your customers & familiar with the current market and its trends. Nowadays, many people don't prefer going to the market to buy their preferable items. They like to shop online without wasting their time. It means every merchant wants an integrated online payment gateway to increase sales for their online store.

CommerceUp Platform provides you the easiest way to integrate a well-versed website among all payment gateway. This step will allow you to obtain payments directly from your customers. And, also open the doors for those customers, who would never be able to make it to your physical location.

How to enable Payment Gateways for your Online Store

  1. Click on Settings->Payment-> Choose the required one. There are a number of options available like- PayU money, paytm, COD, and so on. You can choose any payment gateway among these & drive more customers to your e-commerce store.

2. Open the Payment Gateway & Fill Details.

Here we will choose Razorpay (Payment Gateway Integration) to show you as an example. Once you fill the required details & click on the Save button; your Payment gateway will integrate with your e-commerce online store.

3. View Payment Gateway in Your Store.

You can view your added Payment Gateway in your own online e-commerce store. Looking for the way? Go to Dashboard & click on Setting then click on Payment.

Take a look of your added payment gateway in your own CommerceUp online store.

How it works?

Step 1: A customer will place an order on the website that they visit by submitting the order, checkout from the cart or any equivalent button.

Step 2: Merchant securely transfers order information to the payment gateway. Customer will pay with their preferred payment method. The transaction is then routed to the issuing bank or the 3D secure page to request transaction authentication.

Step 3: After the authentication process is successful, the transaction is then authorized or declined (depending on funds available in the customer’s account) by the issuing bank or card (VISA, MASTER, MAESTRO, American Express).

Step 4: Payment gateway sends a message to the merchant accordingly.

Step 5: The bank settles the money with the payment gateway and then the payment gateway settles the money to the merchant.

By using a payment gateway, it puts the control of business payment acceptance into your hands hence raising the power to grow business right through your fingertips.

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