- 14 Sep 2022
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Hosted Payment Pages
- Updated on 14 Sep 2022
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What Are Hosted Payment Pages?
Hosted payment pages let you process customer payments through any third-party payment providers that isn't currently integrated with Nexudus.
Nexudus doesn't support a card payment provider named PayProv that is popular in your region. You can create a custom payment page through PayProv's API and have your customers pay their invoices via this provider.
How Hosted Payment Pages Work
Hosted payment pages work like other payment method available in Nexudus. However, instead of using an integration already set up by Nexudus with a payment provider, you build your own hosted payment page with the provider of your choice.
Custom payment pages are built using the API of the payment provider you want to use and Nexudus.
Once the hosted payment page is created by your developer, you can add it as a payment method via Settings > Payments and currency > Payment methods on the Admin Panel.
Using a Hosted Payment Page
As soon as you save your changes, the hosted payment page is enabled in Nexudus and customers will see the custom payment option next to their unpaid invoices.
Customers who click on this option will be redirected to the hosted payment page that you created in partnership with the payment provider of your choice. They will be able to pay for their invoice through that page before being redirected back to the Members Portal as they complete their payment.
Do hosted payment pages support refunds?
No, hosted payment pages don't support automated refunds. If you ever need to issue a refund for an invoice processed via a hosted payment page, we recommend you manually refund the customer via the method of your choice and then mark the invoice as refunded in Nexudus.
Do hosted payment pages support automated payments?
No, hosted payment pages don't support automated payment. You can work around this limitation by saving the customer's payment token when customers pay using your hosted payment page for the first time and then use this token to process future payments through a Nexudus webhook.