Do you use Shopify's webshop solution?
If you use a third-party payment gateway such as Nets Easy, Billwerk+, pensopay or Quickpay on your shopify shop, then you need to set up the Shopify Payments interface (Shopify Payments API) in Shipmondo to capture/refund from Shipmondo.
Note! You don't need to activate Shopify Payments in Shopify, just the Shopify Payments interface in Shipmondo.
Follow the guide below to set up the Shopify Payments interface in Shipmondo.
Do you use a webshop solution other than Shopify?
If you do, the following information is needed:
Your payment gateway merchant number (also known as Agreement id)
Your payment gateway API username and password
Step 1 - Create an API user in Quickpay
Log on to your Quickpay administration and go to Indstillinger > Brugere.
Click on Opret systembruger under System users, and name it Shipmondo.
Then open the newly created user.
At the top of the user page, you can see an Agreement id (merchant number), and save it for later. Then click on Se API nøgle, and an API key will appear. Save it for later as well.
Step 2 - Set up user permissions
On the same page, under User permissions, tick the following boxes:
Tick GET for:
Tick POST for:
Step 3 - Add your payment gateway to your Shipmondo account
Log in to your Shipmondo account by clicking here.
Go to Settings > Integration > Payment Gateway and click on the Plus-button (+) in the bottom right corner.
Give your payment gateway a name and choose "Quickpay" under Provider.
Specify your Merchant No. (Agreement id) and password (API Key) from step 1.
Click on Create.
Step 4 - Connect your payment gateway with payment methods on your order integration
One to more payment gateways may be used on a webshop. In order for you to capture/refund payments on an order from Shipmondo, you must specify which payment gateways are to be used in the setup of your order integration.
Have any questions regarding the above? Please contact our customer service team.