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Snap Card Payment Module

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Help and support forum for the OSCommerce SNAP card payment module (http://www.oscommerce.com/community/contributions,5169).


What is SNAP?


SNAP is the prepaid payment card that enables online retailers to increase sales by attracting cash consumers who do not have a credit or debit card or are unwilling to use it online.


SNAP Cards are available for FREE and consumers can top-up their cards at 20,000 locations in the UK and use it to go shopping online or transfer money to family and friends.




Before you can use this module you will need a SNAP Merchant Account. You can apply for a SNAP Merchant Account on www.snapcard.com or by sending an email to merchant@snapcard.com.



  1. Backup everything including the catalog and database.
  2. Extract the files in this archive to the relevant locations (the location pathnames have been saved in the archive).
  3. Log onto your store, go to the Admin section and activate SNAP Card, by clicking on the red button.
  4. Enter your SNAP Merchant ID relating to your SNAP Merchant Account (i.e. the UUID).
  5. Set your server mode to "test", this will only validate and display the URL parameters supplied and will NOT perform any processing. Refer to the SNAP integration document supplied with the SNAP Merchant Account for more information.
  6. Test the installation.
  7. After thorough testing, change to the server mode to "live".
  8. Test the installation to ensure the user is redirected to the live SNAP payment gateway.

Any problems, please post here. For questions regarding SNAP and opening a Merchant Account, please contact merchant@snapcard.com.



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