To set up your test account, you must first add at least one website and generate an API key.
You can add an unlimited number of websites to your MultiSafepay account, but they must all be operated by the same legal entity linked to that account.
To process payments from a website operated by a separate legal entity, you must sign up for an additional MultiSafepay …
Your MultiSafepay account API key is automatically generated when your account is created. To retrieve it, email your account manager at [email protected]
To view the site ID, API key, and secure code for a specific website:
You can add an unlimited number of users to your MultiSafepay account. All users on one account share the same secure code.
You can disable users, but not delete them.
To add users with different permission profiles, follow these steps:
To connect a website in your backend:
Most MultiSafepay ecommerce integrations require your API key, site ID, secure code, and account ID to connect to a website. Your account ID appears in the top-right corner of your MultiSafepay account. If you are building your own integration using our API, SDK, or wrapper, use the API key under your website settings.
Enter the required details in the …
Some payment methods you must apply to your account manager to activate, others you can activate yourself. Check the relevant payment method under Activation.
To activate payment methods in your MultiSafepay account account for:
All your websites:
A specific website, if …
Provide an email address for MultiSafepay to send invoices to. If you don’t provide a financial email address, we send invoices to the main business email address provided in your account.
To add your financial email address to your MultiSafepay account, follow these steps:
Two-factor authentication (2FA) is an optional, additional layer of security for data in your MultiSafepay account. It is supported in every country.
When enabled, users must verify their identity with:
To enable 2FA in your MultiSafepay account, you must have …
The notification URL is a webhook for sending notifications about orders. You can also use it to automatically update orders in your backend when you manually generate a payment link in your MultiSafepay account.
Note: If the notification URL is not correctly set, the order does not update and you may need to manually enter a URL in the Notification URL field in your MultiSafepay account.
You can download the MultiSafepay app on your:
When you click on a transaction, you can: