EBANX PrestaShop module
For PrestaShop 1.5 and 1.6
The EBANX Payment Gateway module for Prestashop allows you to accept local and international payment methods through your Prestashop trade store, without a need to open a business in each country that you want to sell.
Using the EBANX module you can process relevant cash, online debit, credit card, and EBANX Wallet payments in Brazil, Mexico, Colombia, Chile, Peru, and Argentina. No technical knowledge is required for the plugin installation.
Just follow the simple steps below and start processing locally in Latin America with EBANX to increase your sales.
1. Update your merchant settings
1.1 Access the Dashboard inserting your username and password.
2. Install the extension
The EBANX Express can process local payment methods for Brazil through EBANX Direct but you need to have the SSL Certificate on your site to process credit cards.
The EBANX Standard can process all the payment methods through EBANX Checkout and you don’t need an SSL Certificate. Please note that using EBANX Standard does not allow to make payments with installment.
Do you want to work with both? No problem!
2.2 In your Prestashop Admin panel, click on “Modules and Services” on your left menu.
2.3 Click on the button “Add a new module” and select the .zip with the EBANX module, then upload the file.
2.4 Now you will be able to see and search for the EBANX module on the modules list.
2.5 Find the EBANX module and click the Install button. If you have succeeded to install the module, you will be redirected to its settings page.
2.6 Now, in your Prestashop Admin panel, click on “Payment” under “Modules and Services” on your left menu.
2.7 At the end of the page on the “Country Restrictions”, select the countries that you have available for the EBANX modules.
3. Update the extension settings
3.1 Go to your store admin area.
3.2 Visit the EBANX PrestaShop module settings at Modules > Modules, find the EBANX module and click on Configure.
3.3 Add the integration key the EBANX integration team gave you. You will need to use different keys in test and production modes.
3.4 Change the other settings if needed. Below you will find a detailed description of all available parameters:
They integration key. It’ll be different for test and production environments.
Enable or disable the test mode.
Enable boleto payments
Enables the boleto payment method (Brazil).
Enable TEF payments
Enables the TEF (bank transfer) payment method (Brazil).
Enable credit card payments
Enables the credit cards payment method (Brazil).
Enable or disable installments. Your merchant account must be allowed to process payments with installments.
The maximum number of installments. It must range from 1 to 12.
Interest rate for each installments (%)
The instalments interest rate for each instalment. We recommend you to use the values of your agreement.
Terms and conditions
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