Credit Card Gateways Available

As many of you may know Bright Stores and our newest platform, bright sites offer a Credit Card Gateway Integration.  Our Company stores offer many choices of service providers to choose from that work with our system, including, Pay Flow Pro and Sage.  Bright sites offers as an option.CC_Pymt_Processing

While working with clients on setting up their Credit Card Gateways, I have discovered a few helpful hints to assist you along the way.  We want to help you successfully set up your Credit Card Gateway allowing your store to run smoothly.

Below are some pointers for a successful set up of your Credit Card Gateway:

  • First you will want to set up a Merchant account with your Gateway provider.
  • You will want to make sure your Gateway account is set up as a “Card out of hand” account
  • If you are allowing International shipping in your store, please advise your service provider to allow International billing addresses, as it is not uncommon for them to deny a credit card because they do not recognize the zip code or country.
  • It is not unusual to have to try a few transaction keys to find one that is working for you
  • Your Login ID and Password are NOT the same as your sign in to your account on the website of your service provider.  They are a unique ID and transaction key, you will need to request once you have created a user account with your Gateway service provider.

Available Gateway providers that are programmed to work with our platform are:

  • Pay Flo Pro
  • Sage

Once you have successfully created a Login ID and Transaction key, please view the how to video link here.  If you have any questions or would like us to walk you through entering in your Credit Card gateway information, please feel free to give us a call at 800-466-5930 x2.  We are always happy to help.

If you are interested in speaking to someone about adding the Credit Card Gateway Integration to your stores, please contact us at 800-466-5930.

Melissa Miles Customer Support



This post was written by Lucy Taylor