Worldline has ceased support for this platform and new instances of this gateway are not supported in Zuora. Please use Worldline Global Collect instead.
Although direct debit is treated like any other electronic payment method in Zuora, there are additional steps that you need to perform to implement this payment method. During your integration, contact your Worldline Global Collect Legacy integration manager for assistance.Your Worldline Global Collect Legacy integration manager will provide you with required documentation for your implementation.
The implementation process consists of the following steps:
- Collect payment method information (direct debit account data) and mandates (signed approval, if required by the country) from customers.
- Submit payment transaction requests from Zuora to Worldline Global Collect Legacy to the customer's bank to debit the customer's account on a recurring basis.
- Send notifications to the customer to notify them in advance that a payment will be debited from their account.
- Ongoing management of mandates to keep them current, payment reconciliation, and handling payments which fail to settle and charge backs (reflecting them in Zuora)
Direct Debit Processing
From Zuora’s perspective, processing direct debit payments works like any other electronic payment method, such as credit cards:
- Payment information is securely stored in Zuora.
- When it is time to collect payment, Zuora connects to the gateway electronically to verify credit cards, process sale transactions, void sale transactions, or process refunds.
- Successful payments are captured and funds are deposited in the merchant’s account.
- The payment record is recorded in Zuora and in the payment gateway (Worldline Global Collect Legacy).
- If a payment attempt is denied by the bank, a failed payment is recorded in Zuora and in Worldline Global Collect Legacy, and the invoice remains unpaid. The payment may be reattempted by the merchant at a later time either by creating a payment manually or through a payment run.