Assembly Payments

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Supported Features:

To connect Assembly Payments to PayDock, you will need to register for a merchant account, completing their SignUp Process.

Step 1: Gather your credentials from Assembly Payments

  1. Log into the Assembly Payments Dashboard.
  2. Gather your Username (this is your email address used to register and login to Assembly Payments) and API Key. 
    1. Navigate to “Account” from the menu on the left.
    2. Click the “Show API Token” button to display and gather your API Key.media

Step 2: Connect Assembly Payments to your PayDock Account

  1. Log into your PayDock Production or Sandbox account
  2. Navigate to "Services" from the menu on the left
  3. Click on the "Add New" tab from the top of the page
  4. Navigate to or search "Assembly Payments" and click on the "Activate" button
  5. Complete the field descriptions to connect. Field descriptions are as follows:
    1. Label – this is for your reference only. In PayDock, you are able to add multiple instances of a payment gateway or method. This can be helpful for tracking campaigns or income streams
    2. Username – this is your Assembly Payments Email.
    3. API Key – this is your Assembly Payments API Key
    4. Environment Mode – this describes whether you are connecting to the Assembly Payments Production or Sandbox Environment. Production is used for processing real transactions. Sandbox is used for testing purposes. Please ensure you’re using the correct credentials for the type of environment required

Click Connect. You have successfully connected Assembly Payments to PayDock.


Helpful Information

We’ve provided some test card data from the official Assembly Payments documentation. Please bear in mind this may change and is here for convenience. If you are not getting expected responses please contact Assembly Payments or refer to the official documentation.

You can use the following card number: 4111111111111111, expiry date:09/19 and CVV/CVC: 123 to test transactions in the test environment only.

Also, you can use the following bank account details: Bank account name “Test Test”, Bank account number “064000”, Routing number “064000”, Account type “checking”, Holder type “personal”, Bank name “Bank of Australia” to test transactions in the test environment only.

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