Hi dear, I'm new here, I want to integrate VISA Checkout into my website, but I see this message on the API portal "APIs are not being promoted for certification or production (activation in progress)", how can I activate it and before activation, how can I check where I should generate the API, because when I generate the "X-Pay Token", nothing happens. And where I must set my company logo, information?
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Thank you for your question,icodewp96 .An agent will get back to you as soon as possible. In the meantime, if any community member knows the solution, please reply to this thread! -Cathy
To fix the activation issue, please try the following steps below.
1. Refresh browser page a couple of times
2. Refresh status
3. Delete the APIs and then add the APIs again
4. Create new project
Also, here's the x-pay-token guide for you to refer to: https://developer.visa.com/pages/working-with-visa-apis/x-pay-token
For information on company logo, you can refer to the UI Guidelines here: https://developer.visa.com/capabilities/visa_checkout/docs-ui-guidelines
First, the merchant must have a Merchant Service Provider to integrate Visa Checkout.
A Merchant Service Provider (Merchant Acquirer) is not directly available through Visa Checkout. Merchants interested in accepting online payments should start by contacting their local bank or other financial institution.
Typically, a Merchant Service Provider (also known as an acquiring bank or "acquirer") is a bank or financial institution that allows a merchant to accept credit or debit card payments, and assigns a payment "processor" for this purpose.
Once you have received the payload of customer data using Visa Checkout, you will complete a transaction by sending a request to your gateway/processor using your established payment flow. Ultimately, your transactions will be credited to your merchant acquiring bank.
Visa Checkout works together with a merchant service provider (also known as an acquiring bank or "acquirer"), processor, and gateway to complete a transaction. A merchant account—aka merchant services account—establishes a business relationship that allows your company to accept debit and credit card payments to a bank account in exchange for processing fees.