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Accept payments with Fondy
Accept payments with Fondy
Updated over a week ago

Fondy integration allows you to receive payments in your coworking space app.

Fondy is available in the EU, UK, Ukraine, and other countries.

Fondy is a distinct company not affiliated with andcards. For any inquiries regarding Fondy's solutions, services, or pricing, please reach out to Fondy directly. andcards does not have the authority to provide information or support on behalf of Fondy.

Connect Fondy

If your business is in Ukraine, you can open a merchant account quickly by contacting [email protected].

To connect Fondy, do the following:

1. Open an account with Fondy for your country and ask your Fondy manager to enable the pre-authorization of the payment for you.

IMPORTANT! You must ask Fondy to enable pre-authorization of payments for your merchant account. Learn more (in Ukrainian)

2. Navigate to your app and go to Locations > Settings > Fondy and press "Connect".

3. Enter your "Merchant ID" and "Payment Key". You can find them on your Fondy dashboard's Merchant Settings page.

3. Press "Connect".

Configure Fondy

You can activate payments for the following products:

  • Room Bookings

  • Desk Bookings

  • Event Tickets

  • Shop Products

  • Credit Packages

  • Invoices

How Fondy works

The integration adds the option "New Payment Method" to the "Payment Methods" section around your app. Members selecting the "New Payment Method" are redirected to the Fondy payment page and can use the payment methods you enabled for your account. If members pay by a bank card, your application saves it to the Locations > Membership > Payments page for quick payments. The default payment method is used for auto-pay. Manage Auto-Pay

Identify app transactions in Fondy

You can easily find the transaction from your app in the Fondy dashboard using the following unique identifiers:

  • ID β€” coincides with Order ID in the Fondy dashboard. You can copy the ID of the transaction from the "Transactions" custom report.

  • Time β€” coincides with the date and time of the transaction in the Fondy dashboard.

  • Description β€” the types of purchases users make in the app, such as room bookings, desk bookings, shop orders, etc.

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