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shopify

Shopify is a Canadian-based shop system. The system is one of the most user friendly and flexible e-commerce systems that we’ve seen.

Our module for Shopify makes use of the QuickPay payment gateway very smoothly.

If you wish to set up a Shopify shop you are most welcome to sign up using our partner program.

3-D secure compliant

3-D Secure is an authentication method put in place to prevent fraud in online card payments. All European merchants will need to be able to support 3-D Secure 2 by the end of 2020.

If you use the integration below, you are fully covered. If you are using the old integration (QuickPay v10), where card data is entered directly into the shop’s page, you need to switch to the integration below.

Integration with QuickPay

With the QuickPay integration to Shopify, the customer is redirected to the QuickPay payment window, where the customer can pay with credit cards, MobilePay Online, ViaBill etc. depending on your agreements.

It is also possible to use “direct” integrations to some payment methods like MobilePay Online, where the customer can select to pay with MobilePay Online in the checkout flow. You can read more about these below.

Setup

Make sure that in the QuickPay Manager under Settings > Merchant > Shop system you have selected Shopify.

1. In Shopify go to Settings > Payments > Alternative payment methods click on “Choose alternative payment”.

2. Search for QuickPay.

3. In QuickPay Manager go to Settings > Integration and find “Agreement ID” and “API Key”. Insert them under Account information in Shopify and click “Activate QuickPay”.

Alternative setup

In case not a lot of your customers are familiar with QuickPay and therefore would be hesitant to choose it as a payment option, there is a another option you can integrate called Pay with cards using QuickPay.

To use this follow the steps below:

1. Click this link and log into your Shopify account.

2. Click “Install payment provider”.

3. In Shopify, go to Settings > Payments > Alternative payment methods, search for Pay with cards and choose “Pay with cards using QuickPay”.

4. In QuickPay Manager go to Settings > Integration and find “Agreement ID” and “API Key”. Insert them under Account information in Shopify and click “Activate Pay with cards using QuickPay”.


Payment methods

To specify which payment methods should be shown in the payment window, in Shopify, go to Settings > Payments > Alternative payment methods > QuickPay - press edit and click on the box with the payment method you have activated on your QuickPay account. Then the payment logo will be displayed in the payment window.

MobilePay Online

It’s possible to accept payments through MobilePay Online via QuickPay’s payment window.

There’s also another option to use it as a direct payment method so the customer can choose MobilePay before opening the payment window.

Remember to activate MobilePay Online in the QuickPay Manager.

1. Click here and log into your Shopify account.

2. Click “Install payment provider”.

3. In Shopify, go to Settings > Payments > Alternative payment methods, search for MobilePay and choose “MobilePay via QuickPay”.

4. In QuickPay Manager go to Settings > Integration and find “Agreement ID” and “API Key”. Insert them under Account information in Shopify and click “Activate MobilePay via QuickPay”.

You do not pay third-party fee to use the MobilePay Online Shopify.

Viabill

It’s possible to accept payments through ViaBill via QuickPay’s payment window.

There’s also another option to use it as a direct payment method so the customer can choose ViaBill before opening the payment window.

1. Click here and log into your Shopify account.

2. Click “Install payment provider”.

3. In Shopify, go to Settings > Payments > Alternative payment methods, search for ViaBill and choose “ViaBill”.

4. In QuickPay Manager go to Settings > Integration and find “Agreement ID” and “API Key”. Insert them under Account information in Shopify and click “Activate ViaBill”.


Vipps

If you wish to setup Vipps, the Norwegian equivalent of Danish MobilePay, as an individual payment method, which will allow your customers to choose Vipps before entering the payment window, this is how to do it.

1. Click here and log into your Shopify account.

2. Click “Install payment provider”.

3. In Shopify, go to Settings > Payments > Alternative payment methods, search for Vipps and choose “Vipps via QuickPay”.

4. In QuickPay Manager go to Settings > Integration and find “Agreement ID” and “API Key”. Insert them under Account information in Shopify and click “Activate Swish via QuickPay”.


Swish

If you wish to setup Swish as an individual payment method, which will allow your customers to choose Swish before entering the payment window, this is how to do it.

1. Click here and log into your Shopify account.

2. Click “Install payment provider”.

3. In Shopify, go to Settings > Payments > Alternative payment methods, search for Swish and choose “Swish”.

4. In QuickPay Manager go to Settings > Integration and find “Agreement ID” and “API Key”. Insert them under Account information in Shopify and click “Activate Swish via QuickPay”.


iDEAL

If you wish to setup iDeal as an individual payment method, which will allow your customers to choose iDeal before entering the payment window, this is how to do it.

1. Click here and log into your Shopify account.

2. Click “Install payment provider”.

3. In Shopify, go to Settings > Payments > Alternative payment methods, search for iDeal and choose “iDeal”.

4. In QuickPay Manager go to Settings > Integration and find “Agreement ID” and “API Key”. Insert them under Account information in Shopify and click “Activate iDeal”.


Trustly

If you wish to setup Trustly as an individual payment method, which will allow your customers to choose Trustly before entering the payment window, this is how to do it.

1. Click here and log into your Shopify account.

2. Click “Install payment provider”.

3. In Shopify, go to Settings > Payments > Alternative payment methods, search for Trustly and choose “Trustly via QuickPay”.

4. In QuickPay Manager go to Settings > Integration and find “Agreement ID” and “API Key”. Insert them under Account information in Shopify and click “Activate Trustly via QuickPay”.


Anyday

If you wish to setup Anyday as an individual payment method, which will allow your customers to choose Anyday before entering the payment window, this is how to do it.

shopify-anyday

1. Click here and log into your Shopify account.

2. Click “Install payment provider”.

3. In Shopify, go to Settings > Payments > Alternative payment methods, search for Anyday and choose “Anyday via QuickPay”.

4. In QuickPay Manager go to Settings > Integration and find “Agreement ID” and “API Key”. Insert them under Account information in Shopify and click “Activate Anyday via QuickPay”.


Apple Pay

Apple Pay is available through the QuickPay-Shopify integration. Since Apple Pay does not have a unique payment method, it’s not possible to have a direct choice of Apple Pay in the checkout.

Instead, Apple Pay will be an option which the customer can choose when they’re in the payment window - as long as they use an Apple device + Safari browser.

Multicurrency

Multicurrency is not supported with QuickPay in Shopify.

Klarna

Klarna unfortunately does not work with QuickPay’s integration. If you wish to use Klarna in your Shopify setup, you can use Klarna’s own integration.

Bold recurring payments

Bold recurring payments are not available in QuickPay if your acquirer requires you to use 3-D secure. Bold uses a function that does not work in coherence with 3-D secure through QuickPay.

Test transactions in Shopify

If you’d like to test your Shopify setup, we recommend you to do it with a product, which is a low cost - 1 Euro for example. The reason for this recommeandation is because of Shopify charging 2% of the amount which is going through. Shopify does not recongnize our test cards as test, and therefore you’re billed for the testing.


Fees in Shopify
If you surcharge your fees to your customers, please be aware that this is not shown in the Shopify admin panel or on the order confirmation. Shopify has been notified regarding this, and they are working on a solution that will display it correctly.

Integration partner
If your support request is beyond what we are able to help with, you can contact one of our integration partners. Please note, that integration partners can charge a fee for support, installation, etc.

Disclaimer
It should be noted that the use of the module is at your own risk. We provide only limited support for the use of it - please refer to external experts if you want support for your specific shop system.


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