The cashback feature lets shoppers get cash in hand from their account, either with their purchase or without a purchase. Cashback without a purchase is often called cashout.
Cashback is supported for:
- eftpos debit cards in Australia.
- girocard debit cards in Germany. Only with a purchase.
- Mastercard in Europe. Only with a purchase, and only in specific countries. Contact our Support Team to learn for which countries cashback can be enabled.
- Visa in Europe. Only with a purchase.
Contact our Support Team to enable cashbacks.
Issue a cashback
Determine the following values that you'll need to pass in your payment request:
- The cashback amount.
The sum of the cashback amount and the amount due for the shopper's purchases.
PaymentTransaction: the total and cashback amounts.
The total amount to be paid by the shopper: the amount for the purchase plus the amount for the cashback.
The cashback amount.
The example below shows the request for a shopper who purchased goods for 10 AUD, and wants to obtain a cashback of 2 AUD:
When you receive the payment response, check the
Success means the issuer authorised both the payment and the cashback.
The amount in the
PaymentResult.AmountsResp.CashBackAmountfield is the amount that you need to pay to the shopper in cash.
Partial means the issuer authorised the payment but not the cashback.