Chargebee enables SaaS businesses to automate their recurring billing, renewals, collections, and reconciliation. Their flexible platform offers 480+ recurring billing scenarios, robust subscription management, and streamlined revenue operations to meet any business need. By connecting your Chargebee account to BlueSnap, you'll get the advantage of secure, global payment processing in a variety of currencies and payment methods.
Credit and Debit Card Processing
Built-in Fraud Prevention and Risk Management
Enhanced fraud using Device Data Collector
Hosted Payment Fields
Partner Sandbox Testing
Payment Analytics and Reporting
You must have accounts at both Chargebee and BlueSnap to proceed.
BlueSnap supports the currencies listed here. We recommend configuring your integration to only accept currencies supported by BlueSnap.
BlueSnap supports the countries listed here. If a shopper is located in one of these supported countries, they will be able to purchase with the BlueSnap payment module.
A PCI compliance level of SAQ-A required.
Get your BlueSnap API credentials. Click here for instructions. You'll need these values in Step 2.
Set up your statement descriptor. The statement descriptor is the description that appears on the shopper's credit card statement or bank statement for each transaction and helps the shopper identify the transaction.
- Go to Settings > General Settings.
- In the Branding Settings section, enter a Default Statement (Soft) Descriptor and Support Phone Number (both appear on the shopper's statement).
- Click Submit.
- To get paid, you need to configure your payout settings. Refer to Payout for more information.
Follow the steps below to configure BlueSnap as the payment gateway in your Chargebee account.
Work with Chargebee to get BlueSnap enabled for your live site.
Once enabled, go to Settings > Configure Chargebee > Payment Gateways and click Add a Gateway.
Select BlueSnap from the list.
Provide your BlueSnap API username and API password from step 1.
While transactions are placed in your store’s base currency, you might have your store configured to display product prices in multiple currencies. To account for any differences between the currency conversion rates used to display prices on your website and the rates used by the shopper’s issuing bank, we recommend including a note on your checkout page that informs shoppers of potential price variations. For example: “The price listed is approximate and may vary slightly”.
Use BlueSnap's reporting capabilities to gain a comprehensive understanding of your business through the detailed transaction and payout reports, through payment conversions reports, and much more. Reports can be viewed right in your BlueSnap Console or pulled via the Reporting API to be parsed or pushed to your third-party reporting tools.
Updated about a month ago