eWAY is an award winning payment processor, popular in Australia and New Zealand. This integration allows you to offer your customers the ability to to pay in part, or in full at the time of booking and fully integrates into the Checkfront back-office app.
Checkfront currently integrates into eWAY by way of their direct payment method. This provides a seamless checkout for your customers, and fully integrates into the Checkfront back-office app.
- Virtual Terminal
- In App Refunds
- Integrated Checkout
- Supported Currencies Include: AUD, NZD, EUR, CAD, USD
Once you have your eWAY account, you’ll need to activate your Refund Password if you have not already. This allows you to process refunds from within Checkfront while viewing a booking.
This can be found by logging into your eWAY account, and navigating to Settings / XML Refund Password. Provide a password, and make sure XML Refund Status is set to Active.
You’ll also want to node down your eWAY customer ID.
To enabled the eWAY extension login to your Checkfront account, and navigate to the Add-ons / E-Commerce screen. From there you will see a list of available payment modules. Select eWAY and supply the information requested:
- Customer ID: Your numeric eWAY customer id.
- Refund Password: The refund password you created.
- Enable sandbox mode: Enable sandbox mode to test the checkout.
Please contact eWAY directly if you are unable to locate this information.
It’s highly recommended that you do an end-to-end test of your checkout before putting your site live. To do so, follow the setup instructions above and check “Enable test mode”. Creating a transaction as a customer and check to see that it shows up in your Checkfront account as paid, and within eWAY. If you don’t have a website to test on yet, use the hosted booking page (eg: https://yourcompany.checkfront.com/reserve/) to test.
Test Card Numbers
You can use the following test credit card numbers when testing your eWAY enabled checkout:
Visa Test Card: 4030 0000 1000 1234
Make sure your expiry date is in the future, and use 123 for the cvc.
* Always remember to take your account out of test mode when you are finished.
– Checkfront is PCI DSS complaint.
For more information see: www.eway.com.au.