MORE PROCESSING POWER WITH THE STARTER SOLUTION
The DPO PayGate Starter Solution is the perfect processing option offering you just that little bit more when it comes to flexibility and choice of add-on DPO Paygate Products. Using your own Merchant Account, the Starter Solution enables you to accept online transactions quickly.
How to get started with DPO PayGate
Compatible Payment Methods
PayBill is an e-billing system that seamlessly allows you to send your Customer an electronic bill for payment without compromising on the security or flexibility. It is the ideal solution if you want to receive online payments without an ecommerce enabled website.
PayPoint, your secure virtual card machine service offering the ability to manually process credit card payments without having to use a physical POS (Point of Sale) machine. The payment is processed in real time and the transaction status is displayed to the Merchant. The Merchant has the ability to print a receipt for signature.
PaySubs allows you to create a recurring (subscription) payment for your Customer. This can be done manually using the PayGate Merchant Portal or your Customer can activate the subscription using an API integration. A Process Now function enables the first transaction to be processed in real-time (when captured via a web site API integration) and the balance to be processed at future dates.
It is a legal requirement that Card transactions processed to Merchant Accounts within South Africa are processed in ZAR currency. Setting-up online has the benefit of attracting Customers globally. PayFX is a unique solution that makes it possible to advertise your product or service in a foreign currency and still have it processed in a ZAR currency.
PayBatch allows you to capture and process batched card transactions. You create and prepare the card batch, this can be manually uploaded using the PayGate Merchant Portal or submitted via an API integration.
PayVault is a card tokenisation service which enables merchants using the service to store their client’s card details in PayGate’s PCI DSS Level 1 database and receive a token (a unique code assigned to the card) which can be used to process future transactions in place of using the card number.