Setting up a payment gateway

A Payment gateway is required to process payments for your paid registrations, it is not required for free registration. You can only have one payment gateway setup at any point in time.
 
Entegy does not handle payment gateways on your behalf. As a result you will be required to sign up or use an existing account for one of the following providers if you wish to have paid registration.
 
Entegy currently supports eway and Pin Payments.

Choose a Payment Gateway - select either eWAY or Pin Payments. You will then need to supply required details from your account.

eWay Setup

To accept payments using eWAY you will need to enter the following information.

  • Credit Card Message: this is the message users receive when paying by credit card    
  • Transaction Description: this will appear on the users bank account transaction description    
  • Additional Allowed Payment Methods: these are the other forms of payment accepted other than credit card    
  • Additional Payment Methods Message: this is the message users will see if they choose one of the additional payment methods other than credit card.

Pin Payments Setup

To accept payments using Pin Payments you will need to enter the following information.

  • Test Publishable Key and Secret Key + Live Publishable Key and Secret Key

    From Pin Payments guides:
    You can find your keys on the account settings page of the dashboard.

    Your secret key can be used with all of the API, and must be kept secure and secret at all times. You use your secret key from your server to create charges and refunds.

    Your publishable key can be used from insecure locations (such as browsers or mobile apps) to create cards with the cards API. This is the key you use with Pin.js to create secure payment forms in the browser.

    The live host is for processing live transactions, whereas the test host can be used for integration testing and development.

  • Credit Card Message: this is the message users receive when paying by credit card    
  • Transaction Description: this will appear on the users bank account transaction description    
  • Additional Allowed Payment Methods: these are the other forms of payment accepted other than credit card    
  • Additional Payment Methods Message: this is the message users will see if they choose one of the additional payment methods other than credit card.