Many businesses, particularly mail order merchants, need a credit card processing service
that allows them to bill a large number of customers in a user-friendly
and efficient way. In order to meet the needs of these businesses
PayGate has developed PayBatch, a user-friendly, secure and cost
effective batchcredit card payment processing service. This service is recommended for merchants requiring the ability to bill a number of credit cards via a credit card payment gateway without the added workload of processing each transaction individually.
The PayBatch batch credit card payment processing
service is a web-based service accessed via an interface in the PayGate
Back Office admin website, therefore no additional development or
installation of hardware and software is required. Using the PayBatch
technical document provided on the Download page of the PayGate
website, the merchant can compile a CSV file containing the required
data for all of the transactions that they would like processed. The
merchant can then upload this file via the web interface to our credit card payment gateway.
Once uploaded the transactions are processed as a batch to the
merchant’s internet merchant account via the PayGate online payment
gateway. Once processing is completed the merchant will be able to view
the results of each transaction in the batch via the PayBatch
interface. Separate batches can be uploaded for authorizations,
settlements and refunds.
PayBatch batch credit card payment processing
service offers a secure, reliable and cost effective way of billing a
large number of customers’ credit cards via a single web interface. Mail order
merchants have found this service to be very useful for processing
weekly, monthly and even yearly credit card subscription payments from
their customers. All batches are processed in real time to the
merchant’s internet merchant account via our online payment gateway
and the results are made available to the merchant in the PayBatch
interface. We recommend this service to any merchant requiring batch credit card transaction processing for a large number of transactions as well as merchants requiring recurring credit card payment processing via a manual interface.