What is SagePay?
SagePay is a payment gateway that enables businesses to accept online payments securely. They are known for its ease of use, quick setup and robust security features.
How does SagePay work?
When a respondent makes a payment on your form using SagePay, they are redirected to Sage Pay’s secure payment pages to enter their payment details. Sage Pay securely authorizes the payment with the respondent’s bank or card issuer.
Once the payment is authorized, Sage Pay sends a payment confirmation to you. The payment is settled into your account, typically within a few days.
Is SagePay secure?
Yes, SagePay is considered to be a secure payment processing platform. They are using encryption to endure that all sensitive data is protected and also they have fraud detection tools to identify and prevent fraudulent transactions. SagePay is also PCI DSS compliant and uses tokenization to replace sensitive payment data with a unique identifier.
Is SagePay international?
The platform operates in UK, Ireland, Germany, Austria, Switzerland, Spain and US. SagePay offers local payment processing services in each of these countries, which means that you can accept payments in the local currency and with the local payment methods.
What payment methods does SagePay offer?
When integrated with your 123FormBuilder form, PayPal PayFlow support credit and debit cards, including Maestro, Mastercard, Visa and American Express.
Does SagePay charge any transactional fees?
Yes, Sage Pay charges transaction fe4es for processing payments on its platform. The fees can very depending on factors such as the volume of transactions, the payment method and the country where the transactions are processed.
For example. In UK, Sage Pay’s transaction fees for debit and credit card payments start at 2.9% + 30p per transaction for businesses processing up to 1,000 transactions per month.
How can I integrate SagePay with my 123FormBuilder form?
Start by creating a new form and adding fields. Once you have assigned a price to your fields/choices, all you have to do is to add Sage Pay to your form by going to the Payments section.
In order to enable it, you need to provide Vendor name and Encryption password. These two are delivered to you in the confirmation email send by Sage Pay when you create your account. Also, you can set up the Vendor Email and Partner ID: Vendor Email is the email address that will receive order confirmations and failures, while Partner ID can be used if you are a Sage Pay partner and if you want to flag transactions with your unique partner ID.
Can I use Sage Pay as a payment processor?