Payeezy bindings for Payeezy.js (Javascript)
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Payeezy bindings for WebBased app

Refer to the lastest Payeezy JS file for your development and Integration.

  • Current version for merchants domiciled in US – v5.1 (US)
  • Current version for non-US domiciled merchants – v5.1 (Intl)

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  1. Payeezy.js (which is included on the page using a < script> tag) intercepts the form submit, and then asynchronously posts the credit card details to Payeezy. This call uses JSONP over https, passing in API key and an identifier– trtoken. Both of these values are provisioned for the merchant‘s developer via the developer portal.
  2. On success Payeezy returns a token (type=FDtoken) to payeezy.js. Failure messages are returned in the response, which can be handled as appropriate.
  3. Payeezy.js then submits the form with the primary and secondary transactions as shown in the diagram above.

For more details on 'Payeezy JS' example refer payeezy_js example

For more details on 'Payeezy JS Guide' refer payeezy_js guide

Getting Started with Payeezy

Using below listed steps, you can easily integrate your mobile/web payment application with Payeezy APIs and go LIVE!

  • LIVE!

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For more information on getting started, visit [get_start_with_payeezy guide] ( or download

Error code/response - Payeezy {SANDBOX/PROD region}

For HTTP status code, API Error codes and error description please refer to API error code

#Questions? We're always happy to help with code or other questions you might have! Check out FAQ page or call us.


  1. Fork it
  2. Create your feature branch (git checkout -b my-new-feature)
  3. Commit your changes (git commit -am 'Add some feature')
  4. Push to the branch (git push origin my-new-feature)
  5. Create a new Pull Request


We appreciate the time you take to try out our sample code and welcome your feedback. Here are a few ways to get in touch:

  • For generally applicable issues and feedback, create an issue in this repository.
  • - for personal support at any phase of integration
  • 1.855.799.0790 - for personal support in real time

Terms of Use

Terms and conditions for using Payeezy JavaScript: Please see Payeezy Terms & conditions


The Payeezy JavaScript is open source and available under the MIT license. See the LICENSE file for more info.