Saferpay Secure PayGate API


Saferpay Secure PayGate API

Automate your invoicing process with Saferpay

Do you waste too much time sending invoices or reminders to your customers? Are you losing too much time checking incoming payments? Then start using payment links for invoicing your customers. With our new Saferpay Secure PayGate API, you can fully automate your process whether by e-mail, mail or online. This not only saves you time, but also enables your customers to settle the invoice using their preferred payment method.

Why use the new Saferpay Secure PayGate API?

Every company must invoice its customers. Unfortunately, most companies lose a lot of time and money by using outdated manual processes for invoicing, payment reminders and incoming payment verification. Secure PayGate offers both companies and their customers numerous advantages from which all parties involved can benefit.

  1. Allow your customers to pay using their preferred payment method
  2. Receive instant notifications in your system about the payment outcome
  3. Get a detailed overview of all transactions in the Saferpay Backoffice
  4. Execute follow-up transactions, such as refunds, directly from your system via the API or manually in the Backoffice
  5. Gain trust with your individual design of the payment page
Creating invoices has never been easier. Let Saferpay do the work for you.
 

Technical flow

How to integrate the payment link into your invoice

Choose the method that is easiest for your customers, depending on how you make the invoice available to your customer.

There are three ways to integrate the payment link:

Invoice example with all three integration types




Schedule the payment deadlines and automate reminders

You can specify the payment deadlines in the API call and automatically send reminders which include fees if you have not received payment notifications. This saves you time and allows you to concentrate fully on your actual business.

More Saferpay Secure PayGate API features

  1. Custom forwarding URLs for successful payments, cancellations and errors
  2. Recognise or define customer language
  3. Transfer the customer's invoice address to the API or have the customer enter it
  4. Transaction overview, follow-up transactions and statistics
  5. Consolidated payment with account reconciliation