DPD Now Supports Pin Payments for AU Vendors

  • Jason@DPD
  • November 4, 2013
  • 9 Comments

pin-logo-salesWe’re happy to announce that we now support Pin Payments for our customers in the AU.

Pin Payments allows you to seamlessly integrate payment processing into your DPD checkout. Pin Payments gives you the everything you need to accept card payments from your customers without forcing your customer to leave the DPD cart to go to a 3rd party hosted payment page- less friction, more conversions.

Pin pricing is currently 3% + 30c per transaction and there are no monthly fees, minimums, or hidden costs. Pin does payouts on a rolling 7 day schedule and is targeted at the Australian market.

Setup is extremely simple- just copy and paste your Live Secret API Key from your Pin account to DPD and save. That’s it!

Setting up Pin Payments with DPD

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    by Joao Bacalhau
    Nov 04th, 2013

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    Good addition but we still need more payment methods like ClickBank, Skrill, Google Wallet and Click2Sell. It would also be great if it was possible to integrate a SMS/Call payment method which would give a huge boost on low priced products vendors.

      by Jonathan Belzo
      Dec 26th, 2013

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      They already support clickbank…… DPD is literally amazing and they’re probably geniuses for coming up with this idea. We’re about to see a huge surge in digital product sales within 2 or 3 years, I think.

      Much love

    by Jason@DPD
    Nov 04th, 2013

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      by Joao Bacalhau
      Nov 05th, 2013

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      I dont see it anywhere on my Payment Methods page :s

        by Jason@DPD
        Nov 05th, 2013

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        ClickBank is not compatible with any other payment processor due to their polices, so if you enable another processor they will not be listed. Create a new store and you’ll see it as an option 🙂

    by Mo
    Nov 30th, 2013

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    Please create more payment methods for europe. In First Case for Germany . Austria ans Switzerland. We only got paypal but Thais Not enough. Please Check “sofortueberweisung” and “klarna” . These are very populär in europe.

    by Josh Belkins
    Dec 26th, 2013

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    You guys are amazing!

    I honest-to-god hope you’re grabbing all of e-junkie’s market share. If not, you should be!

    by Elena
    Jul 17th, 2014

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    I love your service. It’s truly great and always reliable!

    However I agree with the previous commentators, there is need for adding more payment methods.

    I would love to see Skrill, Neteller, and also “sofortueberweisung” for Germany.

    by Joao Bacalhau
    Jul 17th, 2014

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    PlaySpan would be a good payment gateway too, it offers tons of payment options.

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