Enabling Volt at your PSP

If you enable Volt via a PSP (Payment Service Provider), that partner will have access to your full transactional data, and manage the flow of funds on your behalf.

You will be able to view the money flow via our merchant portal, Fuzebox.

As your partner will have already completed the technical integration with Volt, you should only need to enable Volt products via your partner.

  • WorldPay
  • Worldline
  • Paymentwall 
  • Onyx
  • PayByPago
  • Noveba
  • Decta
  • ElPaso

From Volt’s side, you’ll need to go through the standard Volt onboarding process, plus a few easy initial setup steps in the Volt environment – the rest of the implementation will be done on the partner’s side.  Please review your partner’s guide on how to complete the full enablement process. 

Find out more about onboarding

Setup steps with Volt

For the part with Volt’s, the steps are similar to the standard direct technical integration. Before you begin, please make sure that the compliance onboarding is completed. You can find more information about this process here. After that simply follow the steps: 

Step 1: Merchant portal (Fuzebox) account access

Your account will be created by Volt. After receiving an invitation email, you will be able to log into our merchant portal, called Fuzebox: https://fuzebox.volt.io/login. You can find a detailed description of this step here

Step 2: Access credentials generation

After you have access to Fuzebox, you will be able to generate a set of your access credentials yourself. They consist of two pairs: 

  1. Customer credentials: Username and Password
  2. Application credentials: ClientID and Client Secret 

First, follow the guide and generate the customer credentials, as explained in there. 

Step 3: Application registration and application credentials generation 

In order to use any of Volt’s products via the API, you need to have access to an application in our merchant portal. Depending on your TSP/ PSP, you might be able to either create your own application or use the one created by your partner. Please refer to the guideline of your partner. 

If you are required to create your own application in Volt’s merchant portal, please follow a detailed description of how to do this here. During this step, you will generate your application credentials and also provide callback URLs. Depending on your TSP/ PSP, you might need to provide your own URLs or use the ones already created by your provider. Please refer to the guide of your provider. 

Please note ...

that even in the case when a set of callback URLs will be passed on new every time a payment request is created, the application URLs need to be configured in Fuzebox. If an additional URL is later passed in the payment request, they will override the one specified during the application creation. You can find more information on how to set this up in our implementation guide here and our OpenAPI Docs here.

Step 4: Notifications setup

As your partner will be receiving the notifications for you, all you need to do here is to paste the correct URL where they will be received. You should be able to find it in the guide provided by your partner. Here you can read how to set this up in Fuzebox. 

And you are done with setting up Volt. 

Not supported yet?

We often add new PSPs based on client requirements.  If your existing Payment Service Provider does not already have an integration with Volt then please feel free to reach out to us, or your PSP.