This article will explain how to activate a payment method using LinkAja! and how to make payments with LinkAja!

To activate payments using LinkAja! on your shop, please follow the steps below.

Step 1: Please click the Settings menu then the Payments sub-menu. Navigate to the Digital Wallet panel as marked in the following image.

Step 2: Click the Register LinkAja! Account button to activate LinkAja!. LinkAja! requires a physical store location where you sell. If you haven't determined the longitude and latitude of your outlet location on the Outlet Settings page, a window will appear where you can determine the location of your store.

If the store location is already registered, the details of LinkAja! Data will appear! which iSeller will use to transfer deposits as shown below.

  • Store Merchant Settings: This panel will be filled automatically according to the Store Name and Store Phone Number. If iSeller Pay has been registered previously, all the information that needs to be filled in will be automatically filled in the LinkAja! Details.
  • Bank Account Details: Information regarding your store bank account details. Please double check all the information you enter in these details, because iSeller will send the deposit money to the bank account you registered.

After that, press the Save button to activate the payment using LinkAja! on your shop.

The following shows the payment methods using LinkAja! at the POS.

After you click LinkAja! Then a new page will appear in the form of a QR Code which will be scanned by the customer to make payments via LinkAja! like the following picture.

The QR Code already contains the total costs that customers must pay to your store. Customers only need to scan the QR Code, then a payment confirmation will appear on your customer's smartphone to approve and make a payment.

All payments are made using LinkAja! which will be integrated into the iSeller account and will be forwarded to your store account at the time of payout. To find out more about the payout schedule, you can read the article on the Payout Reports.

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