Authorize.Net’s exclusive, fully integrated electronic check payment method enables you to accept and process payments from bank accounts directly through your website or the Authorize.Net Virtual Terminal. eCheck.Net is an Authorize.Net payment service that allows merchants to accept electronic check payments for goods and services purchased via several methods, including mail order/telephone order and e-commerce websites.
Jotform’s new integration with eCheck.Net supports e-commerce. You can use WEB as eCheck Type.
An electronic check works much like a regular check, only instead of using a paper check to provide their bank account, routing number, and payment authorization, the customer provides the merchant with the necessary payment information through other methods, allowing the merchant to process the information electronically.
What Can You Do with Jotform’s eCheck.Net Integration?
- Sell online products
- Sell merchandize
- Collect donations online
- Let users make a custom payment
How to Integrate Your Forms with eCheck.Net?
- Click Add Form Element button in the Form Builder.
- Click the Payments tab in the Form Elements panel.
- Search for “eCheck.Net”.
- Add the eCheck.Net element to your form.
When you add the payment gateway, the integration wizard will be open automatically. You can also open the wizard by the wand icon on the payment field.
- API Login ID & Transaction Key – eCheck.Net is an Authorize.Net payment service, you need to your Authorize.Net credentials.
- Payment Type – the integration accepts User Defined Amount as the payment type where you can suggest or set a minimum amount or get the amount from a Form Calculation widget.
- Additional Gateway Settings:
- Sandbox Mode – enable this option to create a sandbox environment for testing puposes.
- Ask Billing Information To Customer – map the Address element on your form as the bill-to address.
eCheck.Net form fields are different than credit cards fields. Form fillers should select their Bank Account Type (checking or savings), Routing Number, Account Number, etc.
You can have a look at the following Jotform blog post to learn more: New Integration: Collect Electronic Checks Using eCheck.Net
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