How to Customize Payment Page (WYSIWYG Editor)

Learn how to customize your payment page to synchronize with your current website’s look and feel, using the Pinwheel Pay Gateway WYSIWYG Editor. Start on the merchant dashboard Settings Scroll down to “Custom Payment Page” Customize the payment page 1. Whitelabel Status – Enabled Vs. Disabled Allows you to add custom logo vs Shopify logo Read More…

Credit Card Payments

Location The API is located at: https://api.paybypinwheel.com/api/transaction/api Method Post Content-Type application/x-www-form-urlencoded Encoding Payment Service API uses 8-bit Unicode Transformation Format as described in the ISO/ISE 10646. Merchants are required to send Service requests with content-type, “application/x-www-form-urlencoded”; and charset, “iso-8859-1,*, utf-8” using HTTP Post method. Sales Transaction Sales Transaction Parameters The table below only includes typical Read More…

Shopify

Pinwheel is registered as an External Payment Provider with Shopify. Pinwheel integrates with Shopify as an external payment provider. When the customer completes their order, they are redirected to complete their payment with the external payment provider. When payment is complete, your customer is redirected back to the Shopify store to view their order summary Read More…

System Overview

Our system comprises of Transaction Server The transaction server is the core of our system. It is responsible for handling all the traffic to and from a merchant’s eCommerce store. Pinwheel Payment API All the transactions processed directly on the merchant’s store via Pinwheel Pay Payment API. Ease of use Fast setup PCI DSS certification Read More…

Admin Portal

The Admin portal gives access to admin to manage and supervise the system.  Reporting Create reports on the fly based on specific need. Save the reports for reuse. Dynamic nature of the reports updates the data as per the report specification. Merchant Management Onboard or deactivate a Merchant Alter various settings pertaining to the merchant. Read More…

Merchant Portal

The Pinwheel Merchant Portal gives merchants access to manage and administer their account. Transactions All transactions done by their customers can be seen here. Transaction statement can be generated Fraud analysis can be seen for enabled transactions. Recurring Transactions Manage rule-sets on products for enabling recurring transactions. Can see the recurring transactions executed for their Read More…

Getting Started on WooCommerce

To install Pinwheel into your WooCommerce store: Go to Plugins > Add New on your WordPress site. Click the Upload Plugin button at the top of the screen. Select the woocommerce-payments.zip file from your local filesystem (provided by your Pinwheel Representative in your initial Welcome email). Click the Install Now button. When the installation is complete, you’ll see “Plugin installed successfully.” Read More…

Getting Started on PrestaShop

Pinwheel’s Gateway integrates seamlessly into PrestaShop. Check out the video below and you will be a couple of clicks away from accepting payments on your eCommerce site.