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How To Set Up Boost Payment Method

1. Introduction
2. Register Boost Account
3. Set Up Boost Payment Method
4. Test Checkout Via Boost (From Customer Perspective)

1. Introduction

Cashless payment is now a trend in Malaysia, and everyone is using E-Wallets for cashless payment. Boost is proudly Malaysia’s homegrown lifestyle e-wallet app that is both secure and rewarding. Boost is an E-Wallet that allows your customers to make payments on your Webstore by scanning the QC code.


2. Register Boost Account

Step 1: Download the Boost Application Form by clicking HERE

Step 2: Fill up the information in the form and submit it to Boost team (partnerships@myboost.com.my) with the Email Subject Title “Boost Payment Application”

Step 3: Please remind to attach the Supporting Documents (May refer to Section number 5: SUPPORTING DOCUMENTS GUIDELINE)

Step 4: Provide the Callback URL below to Boost team for integration
https://inventoryapi.sitegiant.io/api/v1/webstore/payments/boost/callback

Step 5: Once the application is approved by Boost team, the Merchant ID, API Key, and Secret Key will be provided for integration


3. Set Up Boost Payment Method

Step 1: Go to Settings > Payments

Step 2: Click the + Add Payment Method > Select Boost > Add Payment Method

Step 3: Fill in Boost details

1. Display Name: The payment name to display in the Payment Method during the checkout process
2. Merchant Name: The name that registered with Boost 
3. Merchant ID*: Merchant ID provided by Boost
4. API Key*: API Key provided by Boost
5. Secret Key*: Secret Key provided by Boost
6. Production/Staging Mode: Switch to Production Mode if the payment method is ready to live
7. Description: Extra information to be shown to the customer during the checkout process
8. Customer Group: The Customer Group that is applicable for this payment method (if no selection it will apply to all customer groups)
9. Minimum Order Amount: The order amount that needs to be reached to use this payment method

Step 4: You may set extra transaction charges applied to the customer at the Payment Settings (optional)

Step 5: Once done, click on the Add button at the top right corner > make sure the status of Boost is enabled


4. Test Checkout Via Boost (From Customer Perspective)

Step 1: You are highly recommended to try checkout on your Webstore to ensure the payment method is working as expected

Step 2: If the page is redirecting to the Boost payment page, then you are successfully integrated with Boost

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