Intuit Payments for WooCommerce and Intuit QuickBooks payments integrate with each other for providing a power-packed payment gateway for online stores. The setup enables the platforms to accept eChecks and credit cards while allowing the customers to save the details on the site for easy and fast checkouts in the future. The best part is that this gateway is fully supported by WooCommerce and Pre-Orders.
In this article, we will tell you how you can integrate Intuit payment gateway and deploy Intuit e-check for your WooCommerce store. If you do not want to follow the whole process and are looking for WooCommerce experts, you can directly visit WPCustomify and get support services from the experts.
Register your QuickBooks Account and activate Payments API on it to make QuickBooks (Intuit) Payment API accept customer payments on the website. Most importantly, you’ll need Client Secret and Client ID for processing payment through Merchant account.
Testing QuickBooks (Intuit) payment gateway is crucial before you proceed to “Live Transaction”. Follow the steps below for registering a developer account (if you don’t have one).
For setting intuit E-check in the plugin follow the directions listed below –
Some merchants prefer setting the Intuit Payment Gateway for authorizing charges instead of capturing and authorizing them. In such cases users have to sign into the admin payment gateway for capturing charges. With this extension users have the option of capturing the old transactions. They can be authorized from the ‘Edit Order screen’ of WooCommerce. You need not to deal with the hassle of signing into the control panel for this purpose. Edit the particular order and then click on ‘Capture Charge’, and the Intuit payment gateway will capture the charges.
Intuit (QuickBooks) Payment Gateway serves as a cost-effective and handy alternative for small businesses to accept credit cards. This amazing WordPress Plugin empowers the WooCommerce plugin for accepting payments through credit card on your online platform using Intuit (QuickBooks) Merchant Account. So, start using it to let your buyers use credit cards without raising any eyebrows.