Transaction-Based Operations by Payment Method

Transaction-Based Operations by Payment Method

Payment Method Acquirer approve Reversal deposit deposit Reversal getOrder Details recur Payment refund refund Reversal

AfterPay

AfterPay
(invoice)

[1][2]

[3]

AfterPay (Installment)

[1][2]

[3]

CircleK

Paysafe Group

CVS

Paysafe Group

Credit Card

card complete

[1]

[4]

Hobex

[1]

[3]

Payone (SIX AT/Paylife)

[3]

[5]

Payone (B+S)

[1]

[5]

Worldline (SIX EU)

[1]

[3]

[5]

Wordline

[1]

[3]

[5]

SIX CH

[1]

[3]

[5]

Concardis

[1]

[5]

Diners

[1]

[5]

Amex

[1]

[5]

First Cash Solution

[1]

[3]

[5]

Crypto

Salamantex

Dollar General

Paysafe Group

EPS/Giropay

Your local bank

[4]

Invoice (by Payolution)

Payolution (by Unzer)

[1]

oBucks

Paysafe Group

PayPal

Paypal

[6]

[1][6]

[4]

Paysafecard

Paysafe Group

PagoEfectivo

Paysafe Group

Przelewy24

Your local bank

Safetypay

Paysafe Group

SEPA

Hobex

[3]

b4payment/
SEPA Express

Sofort.

Klarna

[7]


1. Partial Capture-When the payment of a certain amount is authorized, some financial service providers offer a one-off deposit of less than the authorized amount. If e.g. the price of the item your consumer ordered is reduced. Not to be confused with a split capture.
2. Split capture-When the payment of a certain amount is authorized, some financial service providers offer to deposit the total amount not in one single deposit but in multiple smaller deposits. E.g. when shipping only some items of your consumers shopping basket, you can make deposits for each separate shipping up to the total authorized amount (e.g. 100 authorized, 2×50 deposited). Not to be confused with partial capture.
3. One step reversal-A deposit reversal results in a complete cancellation of the payment and not in the status approved.
4. Has to be authorized by the respective financial service provider.
5. This operation cancels a credit note and can only be done before the corresponding day-end closing has been executed and the financial service provider supports this operation.
6. By default, a Paypal payment is automatically captured with full amount. If you want to seperate the transcation flow into an authorization and capture (Full or partial capture [1]), get in contact with the integration specialists.
7. recurPayment is affected as payment method SEPA Direct Debit, i.e. you need to support SEPA Direct Debit.