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Introduction to Remote API

Merchants who prefer to collect and store their shoppers' payment details on their own platform can leverage the remote system as an effective payment-processing gateway. With this system, the merchant gathers both order and payment details, and then communicates the relevant payment details to the payment gateway on a per-order basis for processing. All communication between the merchant and the payment gateway occurs through secure server-to-server methods.

Using the remote system offers several benefits for the merchant, including:

  • Retaining full control over the payment process.
  • Customizing the payment pages displayed to shoppers.

However, to ensure the successful operation of this system, it is crucial for the merchant to operate within a secure environment that safeguards the payment details collected and stored. Establishing the necessary security measures can involve significant costs, making this integration model suitable primarily for merchants with well-established high transaction volumes.

During the setup process, you will receive an authentication key, and you will be required to provide the IP address details of the servers that will be making remote requests.

To implement the remote system integration, you must have the following minimum requirements:

  • A secure (HTTPS) server for collecting payment details.
  • Full compliance with PCI-DSS, including secure encrypted storage of all card details.
  • Capability to implement 3-D Secure authentication for E-Commerce transactions.


Remote API is not enabled by default, please contact support using the support ticket system to request this.