Payment methods at Uvodo

Learn more about available payment methods at Uvodo

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Uvodo's payment methods

Uvodo supports automatic (payment gateways) and manual payment methods.

Payment gateways

Online payment gateways are services that enable businesses and individuals to accept online payments from customers via the Internet. They act as an intermediary between the buyer and the seller, processing transactions securely and facilitating the transfer of funds from the customer to the seller's bank account.

Payments can be found at:

Settings Payments

Automatic payment methods include online payment gateways and providers like:

PayPal, Stripe, Flutterwave, iyzico, Payriff, Epoint, Mamo Pay.

Payment gateway

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Mamo Pay

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Manual payment methods

Manual payments are those that are proceeded outside your online store.

Manual payment methods provide an alternative online payment option that does not involve customers submitting their credit card details (Stripe) or using online payment providers such as PayPal. Instead, customers can make payments through manual transfers or by handing over cash.

Manual payment methods can be found at:

Settings Payments

Cash on Delivery

Uvodo's manual payment methods include Cash on Delivery (COD) option.

Cash on Delivery (COD) module is a manual payment method that allows customers to pay for the order at the time of delivery. The instructions for the COD method should be defined by sellers.

Learn more about how to enable Cash on Delivery on your store.

Payment gateway isn't available in your store

If you encounter the message "isn't available in your store" when attempting to add a payment gateway to your online store, it may be due to a currency incompatibility issue. This error message typically indicates that the currency you have set for your store is not supported by the payment gateway you are trying to add.

Learn more about setting up a currency for your online store.

To resolve this issue, you will need to change your store currency to a currency that is compatible with the payment gateway you want to use. Once you have updated your store currency, you should be able to successfully add the payment gateway and start accepting payments through your online store.

Changing your store's currency is a straightforward process.

  1. Head to the Settings → General in your Uvodo admin panel.

  2. Click on the "Standards and formats" settings.

  3. Next, from the dropdown, menu select the currency you want to set for your store.

Note that, if you've already received an order, you cannot change the store currency.

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