Funds transfer from card to card, mobile phone, email or account
What is a p2p payments?
Money transfer from sender's card to the card, phone number or account of the recipient. API supports tranfers across Ukraine (for transfers from Ukraine - abroad, additional agreement with the manager LiqPay is necessary).
Money funds transfer using any of the recipient's available details:
- from card to card - receipinet's card can be both ukrainian and foreign banks,
- from card to the account - transfer via card details inside Ukraine,
- from card to phone number/email - funds will come after the card adding to the LiqPay enrollment.
Possibility of receiving sender's card token .
How API for p2p payments works
- Client makes a money transfer from card to card, mobile phone, email or recipient's account on your website.
- You request the customer's full details of a card and details of the recipient, then send the request to the API p2p.
- For making p2p payments, LiqPay can additionally ask about details of sender or recipient if it was not transferred in request for API.
- In case of p2p payment confirmation, LiqPay can request for OTP or 3D-Secure verification
- After payment confirmation LiqPay returns status to the server-url of company.
Payment details of recipient , depending on scenario:
- to card - only recipinet's card number.
- to account - number of the account, OKPO, MFI, recipient's name.
- to mobile phone - number of recipient's phone.
- by email - recipient's email.
With appropriate level of PCI DSS certification
According to the rules of payment systems Mastercard and Visa, a certificate is required because the interaction with the LiqPay passes through server-server method, the customer enters the card details on the website.
To receive access to the API, you need:
- To have the appropriate level of PCI DSS certification, depending on the number of transactions per year
- Apply for connection
Connecting the API
Please specify your contact details and our manager will contact you at a time convenient for you