Paid with GoCardless? Read our FAQ for customers
Our REST API allows developers to easily create powerful integrations with GoCardless. See our documentation to find out more.
You can integrate as a Merchant to take payments on your own behalf, or integrate as a Partner to create and manage multiple merchants.
A Partner integration allows your customers to quickly and easily create a GoCardless account and start collecting payments without copying and pasting API keys.
To learn more about our Partner product, please contact us.
Yes, but only with GoCardless Pro. With Pro, you’re able to design your own payment pages and you can host them directly on your website. There are certain rules you’ll need to comply with, but we’ll help you to implement them with our SEPA and Bacs implementation guides.
No - we do not offer iFraming of our payment pages as we are not sufficiently comfortable with the reliability and security of iFrames.
Some of our partners such as Zuora can offer you an iFrame for your payment pages. We also provide a Flow JS which saves you from storing any banking data on your servers.
Only once authorisation (the Direct Debit mandate) is in place. Customers must be sent to secure payment pages to give initial authorisation of the Direct Debit.
Once authorisation is in place, payment can be requested via the API.
GoCardless provides webhooks to notify Merchants of any changes in the status of its resources. One extremely useful example is determining when a bill has been paid.
You can find out more about available webhooks and how to use them in ourwebhook guide.
You can email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. Our developers are on hand 9am-6pm, Mon-Fri to help with your technical queries.
GoCardless Ltd., Sutton Yard, 65 Goswell Road, London, EC1V 7EN, United Kingdom
GoCardless is regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority in the United Kingdom as an Authorised Payment Institution to collect payments across Europe.