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WooCommerce Virtual Card Services (VCS) Virtual Terminal extension allows you to accept payments on your WooCommerce site using the South African payment processing platform.
Customers are directed to your merchant account on the VCS website to complete payment with their credit card, then returned to your website where they can continue browsing.
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Requirements for WooCommerce Virtual Card Services
- An active VCS Virtual Terminal account
- South African Rand (ZAR) set as your store’s currency
- Download the .zip file from your WooCommerce account.
- Go to: WordPress Admin > Plugins > Add New and Upload Plugin with the file you downloaded with Choose File.
- Install Now and Activate the extension.
Setup and Configuration for WooCommerce Virtual Card Services
- Go to: WooCommerce > Settings > Payments.
Note: ‘Payments’ formerly called ‘Checkout’ prior to WooCommerce 3.4.
- Select Virtual Card Services. You are taken to the Settings screen.
- Configure your settings:
- Enable/Disable – Enable to use. Disable to turn off.
- Title – Choose the title shown to customers during checkout
- Description – Add info shown to customers if they pay with VCS
- Terminal ID – Enter from your VCS account.
- Personal Authentication Message – Should be the exact same text in both your WordPress admin and VCS.
- Test Mode – Tick the box if in development or test mode. Untick to disable when ready to go live.
- Virtual Terminal Setup
- Website URL, Approved page URL and Declined page URL are provided for you to copy/paste into your VCS account (see below)
- Save changes.
Virtual Terminal Setup for WooCommerce Virtual Card Services
A few areas of the VCS virtual terminal require basic setup.
- Go to: Merchant Administration.
- Select Section 3: VCS Interfacing (page1) once logged in.
- Enter Website URL, Approved page URL and Declined page URL.
- Set HTTP Method to POST.
Visit VCS Interfacing (page2) and set your PAM to be the same message as Personal Authentication Message in your WordPress admin.
VCS needs to be in Test Mode by ticking the box when developing or testing; no live payments are taken. This is the default setting when a new terminal is created, and is shown by a red tag saying Test Mode in the top-left corner of your VCS Virtual Terminal.