Cardknox-Sellercloud Integration

Please read first! The procedure for Sellercloud’s Delta interface and the original interface are both shown below for your convenience.

Important: If you are using waytopay.me and have set up that integration there, you do not have to perform the procedure below in Sellercloud.

You can integrate Cardknox, a payment gateway integration provider for in-store, online, or mobile transactions, with Sellercloud.

Using Cardknox requires signing up for a Merchant Account, after which they will either send the API credentials to Sellercloud Support to set them up, or they will email them to you.

Cardknox will charge a $29 one-time setup fee and a $10 monthly service fee. For the transaction fees, ACH information must be sent to Cardknox (they will provide an email) who will provide a rate analysis.
  1. In Sellercloud, click Settings > Company Settings.
  2. In the company to connect, click Toolbox > Payment Settings:
  • IN DELTA – In the Credit Card Payments panel, click the Edit icon > click Select/Edit Processor as below.
    sellercloud credit card payments setup delta interface
    sellercloud select/edit credit card processor delta interface
  • IN ALPHA – Click CC Processor > select Cardknox > click Edit as below.
    sellercloud select credit card processor original interface
    sellercloud select cardknox credit card processor in original interface
  1. Enter the keys from Sellercloud Support and save:
  • IN DELTA – Select Cardknox > Enter the Transaction Key and iFields Key > Save Settings as below.
    sellercloud cardknox keys delta interface
  • IN ALPHA – Enter the Transaction Key and iFields Key > Save Settings as below.
    sellercloud cardknox keys original interface
  1. Choose the accepted cards and save:
  • IN DELTA – Choose the cards to accept > click the Save checkmark as below.
    sellercloud accepted credit cards delta interface
  • IN ALPHA – Choose the cards to accept > click Save Settings as below.
    sellercloud accepted credit cards original interface

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