If you use Zuora’s Payment Pages 2.0, you should modify your Payment Pages to include a way for customers to give consent for their payment credentials to be stored on file. After you modify your Payment Pages, Zuora will be able to create stored credential profiles within the payment methods that your customers create through your Payment Pages.
To modify your Payment Pages:
- Locate the relevant hosted page in the Payments settings of your Zuora tenant.
Set the Default Payment Gateway of the hosted page to a payment gateway that supports stored credential transactions. For example:
If you have not created a payment gateway instance that supports stored credential transactions, see Create a new payment gateway instance.
- Add a way for customers to give consent for their payment credentials to be stored on file, then configure your Payment Pages call the
Z.setAgreementfunction when the customer gives consent. For example, you could add a consent checkbox as demonstrated in Integrate Payment Pages 2.0.
Note: You should specify the
Z.setAgreementas described in payment gateways so that stored credential profiles for all supported card brands can be successfully created. For example, specify
Visa, Mastercardfor this parameter if you use Adyen Integration v2.0.
- If your Payment Pages uses Direct POST, add a way for customers to give consent for their payment credentials to be stored on file, then configure your Payment Pages to set the Direct POST fields for stored credentials.