Connecting your Payment Gateway

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Commerce7 Payments

Commerce7 Payments is only currently available for clients in the US. If you are outside of the US, you'll want to follow the instructions for Stripe.

More information on Commerce7 Payments can be found here.

  1. Under Settings > Payments
  2. Click Activate on Commerce7 Payments
  3. Complete the form
  4. Click Activate Commerce7 Payments
  5. The person listed will be set as the Main Contact and will receive the application from the Commerce7 support team to complete the process.




If you don't already have a Stripe account, first, follow the instructions here to set one up.

  1. Go to Settings > Payments
  2. Click Activate on Stripe and enter your account details

Enabling Apple Pay

  1. Download domain associate file linked in the Stripe section. This is a file you need to add to your website to prove to Apple you own the domain and content.
  2. Work with your designer to add a path for /.well-known/apple-developer-merchantid-domain-association on your website.
  3. Add the domain associate file as an asset under that URL.
  4. Click Register
  • You can register your live website URL, and if you have a staging website you can register that URL at the same time for testing ApplePay.
  • Registration can take 3 to 24 hours and this status does not display in Commerce7.
  • Ensure you use Safari web browser to test Apple Pay as it only works in Safari.

Enabling WeChat Pay and Alipay

  1. Configure WeChat Pay and/or Alipay in Stripe. You will need to first visit the Settings > Payment Methods section in your Stripe Dashboard. From there, you will see options for both Alipay and WeChat Pay as "Deactivated". 



  2. Click Activate to enabled this integration for your Stripe account. This is required BEFORE clicking Activate on Commerce7.


    That's it! You're good on the Stripe side of things.

  3. Click Activate on Commerce7's Stripe section.