Securely and quickly accept card payments using any of our integration options. You’re going to love how simple they are!
Collect a one-off payment, add a customer, or simply save the details for later, our integration options are more than just payments.
Here's how they work!
Checkout.com uses tokenization - tokenization - The industry standard process for protecting sensitive data by replacing it with an algorithmically generated number called a token. At Checkout.com we use tokenization to protect our customers' confidential payment information from fraudsters. Payment information is substituted with randomly generated numbers — the tokens — and passed to us over the internet. Using the token, we can locate the payment details from our secure vault and complete the request without the need to transfer any sensitive data. to collect card details — this adds an extra level of safety to your customers' sensitive card data. With tokenization, a token representing your customer's card information is returned to your server. This token can then be used to process a payment, add a customer, or to save the card for later. The best thing about all of this is that the token is useless to everyone except us, keeping your customers' details super secure.
We offer a variety of integration possibilities. Learn about our options, and make the right decision for your business.
Place the Checkout.js Pay Now button on your web page and start collecting payment information instantly in an on-site lightbox. Our code-snippet fits nicely on your site and allows us to tokenize card details for your server-side code to process. Checkout.js is our simplest integration method.
Are you looking for a more technical solution? You might be interested in using The Kit, or our Full card API. These two options require complex PCI compliance, as such, the majority of our customers find Checkout.js or Frames to be the perfect solution.
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