Secure Payments (formerly PCI Wallet) is integrated with REPAY Payment Solutions, which will let customers process ACH payments. Once you have an account with REPAY, you can create REPAY payment processors inside of Secure Payments. You will then be able to use REPAY to take payments through either Secure Payments or LoanPro.
Creating a REPAY Payment Processor in LoanPro
You must be signed up with REPAY in order to set up a payment processor in LoanPro. To do this, navigate to Settings > Company > Merchant > Secure Payments. Depending on the type of payments you would like to process, you can add REPAY as a bank card processor or a bank account/ach processor.
Choose the desired processor type and click .
Make sure to choose 'Repay' under the processor type drop-down selection. Give the processor a name. Enter in the APP Token and Subdomain provided by REPAY. Choose a Convenience Fee amount. You can choose some settings for this processor including:
- Bypass Processing - If set to yes, payments processed with this processor will get logged in LoanPro, but won't get sent to Repay.
- Default - If set to yes, this processor will become your default credit/debit card processor.
- Auto Reversal - If set to yes, charged-back payments will automatically be reversed in LoanPro.
Once you have entered the information, click .
You can now log a payment using the REPAY processor.
Creating a REPAY Payment Processor in Secure Payments
To create a REPAY payment processor, navigate to Processors inside Secure Payments. Choose Bank Card or Bank Account/ACH (USA) depending on the type of payments being processed. Click to get started.
Make sure you choose "Repay" from the drop-down. Now you can add your information for Repay, including.
- Name - The name of the processor. You can create more than one processor, and this name will help you distinguish this processor from others you may create.
- App Token - The API token provided to you by REPAY.
- Subdomain - The subdomain provided to you by REPAY.
- Convenience Fee - The amount of the convenience fee in your REPAY account.
Once you have entered this information, click .