Link to Pay enables you to accept payments using a unique and shareable link.
With this service you can easily create, manage, and share payment weblinks through various channels, including email, social media, text messages, and more, making it convenient for customers to perform payments on a dedicated Payment Form.
Link to Pay streamlines payment acceptance for businesses of all sizes, providing customizable options to cater to customers’ preferences.
Supported payment methods
Link to Pay offers full compatibility with all available payment methods, ensuring maximum flexibility and convenience.
How it works
First, you create a payment link by entering information such as the amount, currency, link expiry date, whether it’s for single or multiple use, and the accepted payment methods.
Subsequently, you transmit the payment link to the customer via email, social media, chat or text message.
Once the customer clicks on the link, they will be directed to a payment page displaying all the applicable payment options specified previously.
Upon the customer’s selection of a payment method and successful transaction, you will receive the payment outcome through a webhook notification.
Create payment links
On the Link to Pay page, you can initiate the creation of a new payment link by selecting the “Create New Link” button. This action prompts the interface to generate and save a new payment link along with the associated information.
When generating a new link, you are required to complete two essential sections on this page:
This section collects information concerning the chosen payment operation:
|Merchant’s Terminal list
|Expiry Date Type
|1 – Up to 48 hours;
2 – Up to 90 days.
|1 – Single use;
2 – Multiple use.
|Small descriptive text
|Allowed Payment Methods
|Multiple select drop list element with every available payment method to the Merchant.
At least one option must be selected.
You have the option to select the specific information to be collected from the customer before initiating the checkout process.
It consists of the following three categories represented below:
|Customer’s full name
|Customer’s email address
|Customer’s Billing Address
|Customer’s Billing City
|Customer’s Billing Postal Code
|Customer’s Billing Country
|Customer’s Shipping Address
|Customer’s Shipping City
|Customer’s Shipping Postal Code
|Customer’s Shipping Country
Links validity and usability
When using Link to Pay, you can configure the link’s expiration period, ranging from 48 hours to a maximum of 90 days.
Additionally, you have the choice to set a payment link for either single or multiple uses. In single-use mode, the link is designed for one successful transaction, while in multiple-use mode, it can be shared with multiple shoppers without any usage limitations.
Manage payment links
In the Link to Pay table, the user is directed to a page featuring a paginated list of all previously generated links, sorted chronologically.
The menu provides the following information:
|Unique identifier generated upon the moment the link is created specific to it.
|Payment Link URL
|Weblink created by the Merchant to be shared with the Customer.
|This indicates the status of a payment link:
A Payment Link has not been used, either newly created or reactivated by the merchant, and whose current date and time are prior to the set expiry date. Can be utilized by the customer to make payment.
The Link has been disabled by the merchant. Cannot be used.
The Link that has been cancelled and cannot be used.
A Payment Link that has its current date and time surpassing the set Expiry Date and cannot be used.
Only applicable for single-use payment links. Customer has made a payment operation through the payment link and cannot be used again.
|Link Creation Date Time
|Date and time of link creation.
|Further details provided by Merchant for extra context about the payment link.
Each row offers users a Toggle Button for further details and a Dotted Button that provides access to a set of four actions.
You have the following actions at your disposal:
- Copy Link – enables you to quickly duplicate the link for easy sharing.
- Deactivate Link – temporarily suspends the link. Can be reactivated.
- Cancel Link – permanently terminates the link, rendering it non-functional. Cannot be reactivated.
- Reactivate Link – turns a previously deactivated link active again.
- Associated Transactions – redirects you to a page displaying a list of all transactions linked to the selected payment link.