Payments

Setup a payment provider

Before receiving card payments you have to specify which Payment Service Provider (PSP) you wan't to use. If you are already in retail it is highly likely that you have an agreement with a payment provider. In this case it might make sense to use the one you already know (and who knows you). If you want to accept card payments with Glaze but don't have a payment provider yet, you'll need to get one. πŸ˜„πŸ‘

 

Getting started with a payment Service Provider (PSP) involves a bit of merchant onboarding and making sure you meet some legal requirements. This process is out of scope for Glaze and simply a matter between you and your payment provider of choice.

Glaze curretnly supports these payment providers (and more in the making):

Keep in mind that the merchant onboarding process for payment providers may take a few days. If you're eager to start using Glaze and you don't have a payment provider yet, it's a good idea to kickstart this process as soon as possible. 

Set your payment provider

You can configure your payment provider in Organization settings in Glaze Manager:

 


  • Click Settings in Glaze Manager menu

  • Click Payments in Settings

  • Select the provider of your choice from the dropdown list



 

Next, you'll need to set up your chosen payment provider:

Payments

Setup a payment provider

Before receiving card payments you have to specify which Payment Service Provider (PSP) you wan't to use. If you are already in retail it is highly likely that you have an agreement with a payment provider. In this case it might make sense to use the one you already know (and who knows you). If you want to accept card payments with Glaze but don't have a payment provider yet, you'll need to get one. πŸ˜„πŸ‘

 

Getting started with a payment Service Provider (PSP) involves a bit of merchant onboarding and making sure you meet some legal requirements. This process is out of scope for Glaze and simply a matter between you and your payment provider of choice.

Glaze curretnly supports these payment providers (and more in the making):

Keep in mind that the merchant onboarding process for payment providers may take a few days. If you're eager to start using Glaze and you don't have a payment provider yet, it's a good idea to kickstart this process as soon as possible. 

Set your payment provider

You can configure your payment provider in Organization settings in Glaze Manager:

 


  • Click Settings in Glaze Manager menu

  • Click Payments in Settings

  • Select the provider of your choice from the dropdown list



 

Next, you'll need to set up your chosen payment provider:

Payments

Setup a payment provider

Before receiving card payments you have to specify which Payment Service Provider (PSP) you wan't to use. If you are already in retail it is highly likely that you have an agreement with a payment provider. In this case it might make sense to use the one you already know (and who knows you). If you want to accept card payments with Glaze but don't have a payment provider yet, you'll need to get one. πŸ˜„πŸ‘

 

Getting started with a payment Service Provider (PSP) involves a bit of merchant onboarding and making sure you meet some legal requirements. This process is out of scope for Glaze and simply a matter between you and your payment provider of choice.

Glaze curretnly supports these payment providers (and more in the making):

Keep in mind that the merchant onboarding process for payment providers may take a few days. If you're eager to start using Glaze and you don't have a payment provider yet, it's a good idea to kickstart this process as soon as possible. 

Set your payment provider

You can configure your payment provider in Organization settings in Glaze Manager:

 


  • Click Settings in Glaze Manager menu

  • Click Payments in Settings

  • Select the provider of your choice from the dropdown list



 

Next, you'll need to set up your chosen payment provider:

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