Besides PayPal, Stripe and other payment gateways, you can activate Checkout.com as well if you want to allow credit card payments during checkout.

Before connecting, you must have a Checkout.com account. Check the step A below for more details. If you already had a Business Account and Sandbox Account, kindly follow this tutorial to finish all steps.


Step-by-step guide:

A. Set up Checkout.com Business Account and Sandbox Account

B. Get Public key & Secret key

C. Activate Checkout.com as your payment method

D. Deactivate your Checkout.com account


A. Set up Checkout.com Business Account and Sandbox Account

Checkout.com can be configured on test mode or live mode on your store.

In case you want to use it as a live gateway (for real purchases), go to this link to inquire an account.



If you only want to test the gateway, you can create a Test account (Sandbox account)



B. Get the Public key & Private key

You will need to get the Public key & Secret key of your Checkout.com account for later steps.

Guideline:

For Live account, you can either login from Checkout.com home page or from Checkout.com Hub.





For Test account, you can login from Checkout.com home page or Checkout.com Sandbox Hub.

Enter your credentials to Log In.



From Dashboard, go to Settings.



In Settings menu, select Channels.



You can find your Public key and Secret key in API keys section.



Click on Copy to copy the keys. If you want to generate new keys, click on Regenerate.



C. Activate Checkout.com as your payment method

Go to ShopBase store admin >> Settings >> Payment Providers >> Add another account and click to choose Checkout.com

Enter your merchant info from step B above >> Activate.

Turn on Test mode then use the credentials from Test account if you just want to test the store.



You can turn on 3D secure for this payment gateway. Check this solution for details.

Remember to include prefix "CKO*" to your content in Statement Decription as it is required by Checkout.com

That's all and you are now ready to receive customers' purchases via Checkout.com.

Note: To keep your account safe, ShopBase will not send any information related to your store, including your store name, store domain, product name, etc. to payment gateways to help prevent your account from being restricted.

D. Deactivate your Checkout.com account

After connecting your Checkout.com account to the store, you can deactivate anytime and still be able to re-activate it later with the same or different credentials.

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