COPY and PAY, easy payment integration for merchants: Host your own payment page, in your own design within minutes

Product facts

Hosted payment page solutions share one common challenge independent of their providers: merchants often have to compromise when it comes to the look and feel of a page. With the platform’s new merchant integration option your requirements are met without compromises –and without trade-offs when it comes to PCI compliance or ease of integration.
The issue with hosted payment page solutions is that customising a given payment template can only come so close to developing the payment page and workflow that is really needed by you.
A payment page developed and hosted by a payment provider simply cannot perfectly meet all the requirements you may have when it comes to the look and feel of the page. Merchant requirements in general just vary too much, and customisation – to whatever extent – cannot cope with the different processes coming from all these business backgrounds.
The platform’s COPY and PAY enables you to create your own payment page, perfectly integrating with the corporate identity of your web site, while easily meeting PCI DSS compliance requirements and keeping things simple.

You can:

  • Integrate in less than 10 minutes – guaranteed
  • Use all the payment schemes available on the platform, including 3D Secure and asynchronous payment schemes
  • Host your own payment page, in your own corporate identity, instead of having to use a predefined page
  • Meet PCI compliance requirements with minimum effort
  • Get a kick-start by using predefined widgets to design your own payment form
  • Have full control of your checkout and payment workflow and hence full control on its conversion
  • Integrate payment functionality in just a matter of minutes
  • Get the all-in-one payment solution for mobile devices and classic browsers


By applying the platform’s new merchant integration option “COPY and PAY”, you develop and host your very own payment page. In this case, you will not touch critical credit card data, as the form posts the data directly to the gateway’s servers, so PCI compliance is achieved with a minimum of effort.
A sophisticated widget library makes it easy to build the payment forms and handles the different workflows that come with different payment methods.

Technical details

It’s as easy as this:

  •   You prepare a token for the payment by sending one request with credentials and unmodifyable data, such as an amount in a server-to-server call.
  •   On the payment page, you either use one of the ready-made widgets to create a pre-integrated payment form, or have to include a simple JavaScript call to a form designed by you. The shopper then triggers the payment using the account details from the browser.
  •   Finally, you easily get the result of the payment in a simple call either server-side or from the browser, using the token obtained earlier.

And as flexible as that:

What if you need a checkbox for a newsletter that needs to be sent right away along with the account details?
No problem: any merchant-defined parameters can be sent and are returned.

What if you want to send credentials from the server first and then collect the shopper’s address data in a browser form, calculate the final amount on the server and finally let the shopper enter the account details?
Not an issue: The payment session in “COPY and PAY “is accessible by a token until the payment is ultimately triggered. You are informed about data entered in each and every step.

What if you require the widget library to do something different than intended?
As easy as this: it’s just JavaScript and CSS; it is well designed and documented. It can be copied, modified or just used as a reference template – whatever is necessary to get the perfect result for the case at hand.

What if you want to integrate 3D Secure or asynchronous payment schemes?
No problem – the various call backs involved in complex asynchronous workflows automatically get handled by the COPY and PAY integration. For you, the workflow is the same, whether the payment scheme is asynchronous or not.

Try it out:

Graphics: The platform’s widget library

Start off by using the platform’s widget library with the default style and JavaScript, and ultimately go on to host your own style and JavaScript.