The SecurePay Online Payment Gateway for businesses of all sizes is provided by an Australian company, SecurePay, based in Melbourne.
You must have administrator access to use this feature
- Log into your DecoNetwork Website.
- Browse to Admin > Settings.
Select Payment Methods.
The main work area will display your currently selected payment gateway in the top panel, currently configured alternative payment methods in the next panel, followed by available credit cards, and currently configured manual payment methods in the bottom panel.
- Click Edit in the Current Payment Gateway panel.
The current payment gateway settings are displayed in the main work area.
- Click on the Change Payment Gateway button at the right of the breadcrumb bar.
The Select Payment Gateway page will be displayed.
- Click on the SecurePay tile.
The SecurePay payment gateway details will be displayed in a popup.
- Click on the Select SecurePay button to confirm your choice.
The Configure Payment Gateway page will be loaded with the configuration areas that you must complete to connect to that gateway.
- Configure the payment gateway options.
This is the unique 7-digit alphanumeric identification code of your SecurePay account, supplied to you by SecurePay.
This is the password for your SecurePay account, supplied to you by SecurePay.
You can find your Merchant ID and Password in the activation email you receive when you switch your SecurePay account to live.
This field allows you to set whether the payment gateway is live or in testing mode. If you choose Testing mode, you can test purchases using the gateway without credit cards getting billed.
Testing Merchant ID
This is the unique 7-digit alphanumeric testing identification code for your SecurePay account, supplied to you by SecurePay.
This is the testing password for your SecurePay account, supplied to you by SecurePay.
You can find your Testing Merchant ID and Testing Password in the email you receive when your application for a SecurePay account is provisionally approved.
This option lets you choose whether payment reversals are allowed - currently, only Westpac accounts support this functionality.
SecurePay offers an auto-batch close service that automatically settles merchants’ transactions at the same time every day. Visa and Mastercard processing standards, however, require that authorizations be manually closed.
The "Visa/Mastercard compliant? (Manual batch closing)" field is set to Yes by default, meaning that authorizations are configured for manual batch mode to comply with Visa/Mastercard requirements.
Select No if you do not want to comply with Visa and Mastercard requirements and auto-close your authorizations.
Use Fraud Guard
This option lets you choose whether FraudGuard is used. SecurePay's FraudGuard tool helps you detect fraudulent transactions before they occur by letting you set up your own fraud screening rules within the merchant login.
If you are using Fraud Guard you will not be able to manually authorize or capture payments. The money will be automatically taken at the time of sale.
- When done, click the Save button.