Paymentwall is a global payment provider that allows you to process credit card payments and local payment methods in 200 countries and territories. You can find many payment systems in Paymentwall like Credit Cards, e-Wallets, Bank Transfer, Cash, and Prepaid. You can accept payments from many different payment methods such as Visa, Mastercard, Alipay, AmazonPay, Bitcoin, UnionPay, PagSeguro, Mobiamo, and more.
Please click here to find all available local payment methods of Paymentwall.
The services for digital commerce that Paymentwall provides are global payment coverage, fraud and risk management, 24/7 international customer and merchant support, advanced delivery confirmation and risk management APIs, sales and pricing optimization, UI/UX customization, and more!
What Can You Do With Jotform’s Paymentwall Integration?
- Sell online products
- Sell merchandize
- Collect donations online
- Let users make a custom payment
Setting up Pingback Email at Paymentwall
Before setting up the integration, you need to follow some security steps on the Paymentwall dashboard.
When the user pays or completes an order, Paymentwall sends a pingback to notify the form owner regarding the transactions. Pingback request is sent from Paymentwall servers to the owner’s email address. For this, you will need to set up your Pingback Email.
1. Log in to Paymentwall, and click My Projects.
2. Click the Settings.
3. Scroll down, and choose Email from the Pingback Type.
4. Enter your email address in the Pingback Email box.
5. Click the Save Changes button at the bottom, and you’re done.
Adding and Setting up Paymentwall in the Form
1. In the form builder, click the Add Form Element button on the left side of the screen.
2. Go to the Payments tab.
3. Search or find Paymentwall and click or drag/drop it to add.
4. When you add Paymentwall, its Payment Settings will automatically open. Otherwise, click the element, and click the Payment Settings (Wand icon) to open it.
5. Enter your Paymentwall Project Key and Secret Key. Both of these can be obtained right into your Paymentwall Project Dashboard (https://api.paymentwall.com/developers/applications).
6. Choose your Currency and Payment Type.
7. Once everything is set up from the Payment Settings, click the Continue button at the bottom to add your products. If you have chosen User Defined Amount or Collect Donation options, click the Save button, and you’re done.
Related User Guides:
- Setting Up Your First Order Form
- How to Add Options to Payment Forms
- How to Add Coupon Code to Payment Forms
- How to Add Tax to Your Payment Form
- How to Add Shipping Cost to Payment Forms
- How to Generate an Invoice for Your Payment Form
Paymentwall Payment Process
When users submit your form, they will be redirected to the Paymentwall payment page to complete the payment. Here’s a demo showing the payment methods:
Testing the Paymentwall Integration
If you would like to test Paymentwall, you need to allow testing from the Paymentwall dashboard. Please follow the steps in the Paymentwall Test Payment Method documentation.
When you allow the testing from the Paymentwall dashboard, the Test Method option will be in the list of payment methods when submitting the form.
You can use the below Credit Cards for testing:
And use the following CVV/CSC values to mimic an outcome:
- 111 – Error: Please ensure the CVV/CVC number is correct before retrying the transaction.
- 222 – Error: Please contact your credit card company to check your available balance
- 333 – Error: Please contact your credit card company to approve your payment
- 555 – Payment is under risk review. Payment is accepted after 2 minutes and respective pingback is sent (type=201).
- 556 – Payment is under risk review. Payment is declined after 2 minutes and respective pingback is sent (type=202).
- Other – Success
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