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Skrill Payment Gateway API

on Wed Aug 02, 2017 10:13 am

PART I

The Skrill Wallet Checkout is a secure Skrill site, where you redirect customers from your website to make a Wallet payment through Skrill. The gateway collects customer payment details using standard HTML forms. After the payment is complete, the customer is returned to your website and you receive a real-time notification of the payment, which includes details of the transaction.


Requesting a test account
You may need a test account to test your integration to the Skrill Wallet Checkout. Test accounts work in a live environment, however funds cannot be sent from a test account to a live account.

To set up a test account:
1. Open an additional Skrill Digital Wallet account online via the Skrill website.
2. Inform Skrill of the email address of the new account and request that this be enabled as a test account.
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Re: Skrill Payment Gateway API

on Thu Aug 03, 2017 10:07 am
Skrill payment flow

A simplified illustration of the Skrill payment flow is shown in the figure below.


When the customer is ready to pay for goods or services on your website, they select the
Skrill payment option on your website.
2. You request a session identifier (SID) by passing customer and transaction details (e.g.,
amount, currency and language) to Quick Checkout.
3. Skrill returns the generated SID.
4. Using a light box or iframe you redirect the customer to Quick Checkout and include the
session identifier in the redirect URL. Skrill displays the Quick Checkout page.
5. The customer enters their payment information, plus any other details requested, and
confirms the transaction.
6. Skrill requests authorisation for the payment from the customer’s bank, third party provider
or card issuer.
7. The bank/provider approves or rejects the transaction.
8. Skrill displays the Quick Checkout confirmation page, containing the transaction result.
9. Skrill provides you with an asynchronous notification, sent to your status URL or IPN (instant
Payment Notification), confirming the transaction details and status.

Displaying Skrill as a payment option on your website

When a customer is on the checkout page of your website, there are a number of ways in which you
can present the Skrill payment options to them:
• Display Pay by Skrill logos
• Display logos of specific payment methods

Display Pay by Skrill logos


The simplest integration option is to present a generic Pay by Skrill logo or button on your website,
and then redirect the customer to the Skrill Quick Checkout page, where they can pay using a suitable
method or log in to their Skrill account to pay from their account balance. This integration option
ensures that your customers always have access to the full range of Skrill payment methods available
in their country or region.


See the example logos below.


You can download a copy of these logos in different sizes from the Skrill Website at:
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Re: Skrill Payment Gateway API

on Thu Aug 03, 2017 9:22 pm
Display logos of specific payment methods


An alternative option is to present only the logos of the specific payment methods you want to offer
your customers through Skrill. For example:


You can then define, in your HTML code, which payment method to display on the Skrill Quick Checkout page when the customer selects this logo. There are two ways in which this feature can be implemented:

• Fixed - only the selected payment method (or methods) is (are) displayed to the customer on Quick Checkout.The first method supplied is pre-selected (set at the default option).

• Flexible - the selected payment method is displayed as the default option (pre-selected).

Skrill automatically detects the customer’s country (using Geolocation or the country parameter passed by the merchant) and displays a localized version of the Quick Checkout page. Only the payment methods available in the customer’s country are displayed. The order of the payment methods tabs is based on the popularity and conversion rate for each method in the customer’s country. Co-branded payment method logos for display on your website are available at:
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