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What is the Card Verification functionality?
What is the Card Verification functionality?
Updated over a week ago

What is Card Verification?

The Card Verification process offers the merchants the option to initiate Payment orders with Zero amount, so they can verify the cards of their clients without charging them.

This feature can be especially useful for recurring payments, allowing the merchant to verify the card now, and receive payments later.

Which functionalities are supported?

  • Supports Marketplace schema

  • Supports client-side tokenization (saved cards)

  • Supports recurring payments (allow recurring)

Which functionalities are not supported?

  • Does not currently support digital wallets (e.g. Apple Pay, Google Pay, Samsung Pay)

  • Does not support ISV schema.

  • Does not support the following: pre-authorizations, installments, variable amounts, tips and merchant-side tokenization

Which card schemes are supported for the Card Verification functionality?

Currently, only the following card schemes are supported for the Card Verification functionality: Visa, Mastercard, Maestro, Diners Club & Discover.

I want to learn about Card Verification functionality.

If you wish to receive more information about Card Verification functionality and the process of verifying a card, visit our dedicated page on Developer Portal.

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