WordPress - Piraeus Bank with instalments


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This Piraeus Bank WordPress payment gateway is designed for making credit card payments through Winbank - Piraeus Bank (Piraeus Bank).

This payment gateway uses the redirect method where the user is redirected to the processing site (Winbank) to make the actual payment.

After payment verification, Winbank notifies the merchant's e-commerce site and returns the customer back to it. This process is transparent for the customer. The merchant can then connect to his Winbank backoffice to administer his payments.

This payment module supports free instalments.

Licensed per domain, write the domain name(s) on payment page.
You will receive the module by e-mail after your payment.

Compatible with WordPress 4+
Tested: WordPress 4/5/6.x.x
ePos ticketing Web Service - Redirection method
The package includes installation instructions.
Server requirements: PHP 5.2+ / ionCube loader

Plugin version: 5.3.3
Last plugin update: 11-10-2021

Screenshots WordPress Piraeus Bank

Installation Instructions:
-Install new plugin through wp-admin (Upload - select wp-piraeusbnk.zip)
-Activate the WP Piraeus Bank
-In Piraeus Bank - Settings - configure the plugin
-In Piraeus Bank - Payments - Create New Form - configure your form
-Add the form short code to you page or post.
-Inform the bank about the used URLs (see example below how to form them)
-Inform the bank that ePOS Redirection method is used
-Inform the bank that the POST Response Method is used and if you want to use instalments
-Inform the bank about the IP address that the stores webserver is using (use Server IP tool from https://www.webit.bz/-i-29.html)

Site url: http(s)://(www.)mysite.gr/
Referer page: http(s)://(www.)mysite.gr/wp-content/plugins/wp-piraeusbnk/pages/pay.php
Success page: http(s)://(www.)mysite.gr/formpage/?wp-piraeusbnk=success
Failure page: http(s)://(www.)mysite.gr/formpage/?wp-piraeusbnk=fail
Cancel/Backlink page: http(s)://(www.)mysite.gr/formpage/?wp-piraeusbnk=cancel

Replace 'formpage' by the page or post name that hosts the form. You can use multiple forms by requesting the bank for a unique posID for each form, you would have to provide the bank with the above set of URLs for each posID.