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SlimPay Payment Gateway

SlimPay provides a direct debit payments API ideal for organizations of all-size operating payments for subscriptions or pay-as-you-go businesses. 

Supported Payment Methods

  • SEPA
  • Direct Debit UK (BACS)

Supported Currencies

  • EUR (SEPA)
  • GBP (Direct Debit UK)

Supported Payment Operations

  • Validate Payment Method 

  • Payment

  • Void Payment
  • Refund (tagged refund)

Configure the SlimPay Gateway


You will need to obtain the following information from SlimPay before configuring the SlimPay payment gateway in Zuora:

  • App ID: This ID is the username to access SlimPay's APIs.

  • App Secret: The password for the App ID.
  • Creditor Reference: This is the unique identifier of a merchant/partner within SlimPay's application.

Configuration Fields

There are some common fields you must complete for every gateway configuration. We recommend reviewing Setting Up Payment Gateways for information on these fields: 

  • Name
  • Use Gateway Test Environment
  • Default Authorization Amount, Verify new credit, and Verify updated credit card can be ignored for SlimPay
  • Enable reconciliation: Triggers a daily job to reconcile all payment events processed through the gateway. 

In addition to the common fields, you must provide the required information to configure the SlimPay gateway in Zuora. 

  • App ID
  • App Secret
  • Creditor Reference

Once you have entered the necessary information, click save gateway information.


Gateway Reconciliation

  • SlimPay supports gateway reconciliation failed payment events, and payment reversals
  • Gateway Reconciliation job status can be viewed beginning at 04:00 UTC.
  • Any direct debit payment that does not have any direct debit issue associated and has been executed on its execution date, the payment is considered settled. The system will mark these transactions as settled and any rejected payments as rejected and create external refunds for them. ​See Gateway Reconciliation for more information.

Last modified
16:44, 21 Aug 2016



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