Paymentwall is a great gateway which allows you to support hundreds of payment options under one account.
To get started you first need to create a Paymentwall account via the button below.
Once you have created your Paymentwall account you need to follow these steps:
In the Paymentwall Merchant Control Panel, go to My Projects.
Copy the Project Key and Secret Key from the Project Details section and note these down for use later in the setup process.
Click the Submit For Review button.
In the pop up, review the instructions and integration steps and then click Yes.
Provide a link to your Tebex Store (For example your webstore URL) in the Widget Instructions section.
Provide a test account in the Widget instructions section with the username of pwtest and the password of pwtest. Click Yes.
Your project status will then be set to Live and your Paymentwall account will be ready for use.
Go to Payments > Payment Gateways.
Click Create Payment Gateway.
Click the Create Paymentwall Gateway button.
Enter the following options on that page:
Project Key - Enter the project key you noted down from previous instructions.
Project Secret - Enter the project secret you noted down from previous instructions.
Once you have entered the information above, click create, and Paymentwall will be live on your webstore.
If required, the Pingback URL for Paymentwall is as follows:
If you have any issues with setting up Paymentwall you can contact their support team via emailing [email protected]
For all third-party gateways that we support on the legacy platform, you are required to manage and maintain your merchant account yourself. This means Tebex is not able to assist you with enquiries such as why a particular customer was declined, your merchant account fees or similar. For all such questions, you will need to contact the gateway provider directly.
For chargebacks that occur on these third-party gateways, you will need to collect and provide the relevant evidence yourself as Tebex does not handle your chargebacks on your behalf. Please also ensure that you are aware of any fees you may incur as the merchant if a chargeback occurs, a common figure in the industry is $20 USD per chargeback you receive, but you should make sure you are aware of these potential costs before setting up your gateway.