Follow these steps to sell goods and services to users
Here's what you need to do:
Sign up with Bango
If you haven't already signed up to use the Bango Platform, see Bango Platform to learn more. You must sign up before you can use the Bango Payment API.
Bango will provide you with the credentials you need to get started:
Learn about the Bango Payment API
See Bango Payment / Architectural overview for a high-level introduction.
Use the Bango Payment API
Use the other sections of the Bango Payment API documentation to help you add Bango Payment API calls and business logic to your code:
Test and certify your integration
See Bango Payment / Testing. Bango must certify your test results before you're authorized to use the Bango Payment API in production.
Activate payment providers
When authorized for production, contact Bango Support to activate payment providers for your store. You might need a contract with a payment provider, and Bango might need proof the contract exists, before the payment provider is activated. You must negotiate contracts with payment providers yourself.
Perform production testing
When each payment provider is activated, perform production testing before launch to ensure your store works correctly. Payment providers may require testing before allowing you access to their live systems.
Make sure you get paid
Your agreement with a payment provider defines how you receive your share of the payments it takes from users. Typically you invoice each payment provider monthly, and pay Bango its share for providing the Bango Platform services you use. Make sure you understand the business processes and requirements before you go live. For more details, or to discuss a different arrangement, contact Bango Support.
Go live and measure the results
Use Bango Dashboard and Bango Care to monitor all transactions for your store. You can drill down and filter the results, and you can download reports.
Use Bango Boost to benchmark your transactions against your peers or industry-leading performers.