WooCommerce Chase Paymentech Payment Gateway Accept payments from major credit cards on your WooCommerce website with Chase Paymentech. This integration uses a Chase hosted page via iframe for maximum security – payments are routed directly through Chase’s secure servers rather than your own. This extension supports:
- WooCommerce Subscriptions
- WooCommerce Pre-Orders
- refunds and voids from the WooCommerce admin
- authorizing or authorizing + capturing charges
- capture charges individually or in bulk from the WooCommerce admin
- customer can securely save payment methods to their accounts during checkout and use them for future purchases
This document will show you how to set up and configure the extension to work with your Chase Paymentech Orbital Merchant account. This is an extension is used if both your merchant account and payment processing/payment gateway services are via Chase Paymentech. If you use another payment gateway, such as Authorize.net, you can use a different payment gateway integration plugin.
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- Download the extension from your WooCommerce dashboard
- Go to Plugins > Add New > Upload and select the ZIP file you just downloaded
- Click Install Now, and then Activate
- Go to WooCommerce > Settings > Payment Gateways and read the next section to learn how to set up and configure the plugin.
- Chase Paymentech is available for merchants in the US who process payments in USD (a different API is used for CAD processing so this is not supported).
- You will need a Chase Paymentech merchant account if you don’t already have one please sign up here for fastest service to indicate your store uses WooCommerce.
- Test credentials are provided by Technical.Implementations@Chase.com for initial configuration of the plugin.
- Completion of the Orbital Certification process using your test credentials as detailed in our certification guide, to receive your production credentials and begin accepting live payments.
- An SSL Certificate must be installed on your site, as required by Chase when taking payments with Chase Paymentech
- Quarterly PCI scans are required by Chase for merchants accepting credit cards through Chase Paymentech. There are several companies that provide this service (for instance, SecurityMetrics). Contact the Chase Paymentech Orbital Certification team for additional information on this requirement.
Setup and Configuration
Before setting up the extension, ensure that you’ve submitted your Orbital Certification test cases, as these are required to gain production credentials. We have a guide to Orbital Certification available for help.
To set up the extension, you’ll first need some information about your Chase account. Your Secure Account ID and Secure API Token are provided by Chase after you’ve become certified. These are the only credentials required to use this extension.
The User Name, Password, Merchant ID, and Terminal ID are optional and are only required if you would like to (1) perform admin charge captures within WooCommerce, and / (2) for tokenization transactions to allow customers to save payment information.
If you are tokenizing customer information to save credit card information or support Subscriptions / Pre-Orders, you’ll have to enter these additional credentials. These extra credentials also allow you to authorize charges, then capture them later from WooCommerce. If you will not be using either of these features, you only need to enter a Secure Account ID and Secure API Token.
The connection User Name and Password for API authentication will be provided by Chase. If you want to tokenize card information or capture charges and need this information, you can contact your Chase representative or email GatewaySupport@ChasePaymentech.com, then enter it on the plugin settings page.