Secure, speedy transactions. Could reduce risk & fraud.

Customers are increasingly choosing to make secure, cashless payments using a compatible smartphone, PC or tablet.

Accepting debit and credit card payments stored in this way (often called ‘digital wallets’) opens up more opportunities for you to secure a sale. They can also:

  • Provide a faster, efficient checkout experience
  • Reduce shopping cart abandonment
  • Minimise your business’ risk of experiencing fraud

What are digital wallet payments?

Digital wallets allow your customers to make payments with their digital device while hiding their card info from you.

Your customer chooses from a range of digital wallets e.g. Apple Pay, Google Pay and adds their card to the wallet which then encrypts the card number replacing it with a token number instead.

This means their card isn’t stored on the device or ever shared with you when you process their payment.

We can help with integration and testing, enabling you to quickly deliver this high demand payment option to your customers.

Get started online

New to CommWeb

  1. Set up your CommWeb payment service. Your Relationship Manager can help or call us 24/7 on 1800 230 177 Monday to Friday 8am – 6pm (Sydney/Melbourne time)
  2. Then follow the CommWeb Integration guide to set up Digital Wallets on your merchant facility
  3. Register with your Digital Wallet provider e.g. Apple Pay, Google Pay
  4. Confirm everything’s working correctly using our CommWeb Testing & Go Live guide

Already using CommWeb 1.0 (MIGS)

  1. Upgrade from CommWeb 1.0 to CommWeb 2.0 (MPGS). Your Relationship Manager can help or call us on 1800 230 177 Monday to Friday 8am – 6pm (Sydney/Melbourne time)
  2. Then follow the CommWeb Integration guide to set up Digital Wallets on your merchant facility
  3. Register with your Digital Wallet provider e.g. Apple Pay, Google Pay
  4. Confirm everything’s working correctly using our CommWeb Testing & Go Live guide

Things you should know

This information has been prepared without taking into account your individual and business objectives or needs. You should read and consider the Merchant Agreement, which govern the use and operation of your merchant facility and related features before making a decision. 

Visit our Merchant Support Centre for further information, useful tools, and Operator/User Guides.

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