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Overview of ANB payment gateway integration


Overview of ANB payment gateway integration

Zuora partners with Mastercard to provide a gateway integration called ANB for processing credit card reference transactions in Saudi Riyal currency, in compliance with the regulations for processing transactions in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.

This feature is in the Early Adopter phase. We are actively soliciting feedback from a small set of early adopters.

Supported features

The following table provides a quick reference for the supported features.

Supported payment methods Credit Card Reference Transactions
Supported payment operations
  • Validate (Both zero and non-zero amounts)
  • Payment
  • Referenced refund
  • Non-referenced refund
  • Cancel
Support 3D Secure 2.0 No
Support Delayed Capture No
Support Level 2 and Level 3 card data Support only Level 2 card data
Support stored credential transactions No
Support Gateway Options fields No
Gateway provider’s API version 69
Gatetway provider’s production endpoint used for Zuora gateway integration service

Support Gateway Reconciliation No
Support idempotency for retrying a transaction request automatically No

Supported payment methods

The ANB payment gateway integration supports only Credit Card Reference Transactions payment methods for now. For more information about setting up payment methods in Zuora, see Define and set up payment methods.

Support for Level 2 card data processing

The ANB gateway integration supports processing the following Level 2 card data for credit card reference transactions:

  • Item amount
  • Tax amount
  • Discount amount
  • Invoice number
  • Shipping address
  • Billing address
  • Customer name

For how to enable this feature in Zuora, see Set up and configure an ANB payment gateway instance.

For more information about Level 2 card data processing, see the following articles:


  • Only transactions in Saudi Riyal (SAR) currency are supported.
  • Only credit card reference transactions are supported. Data localization requirements in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia prevent non-tokenized payment processing.