Amazon Pay Integration

Increase conversion, reduce fraud costs and streamline the check-out experience with the trusted convenience of Amazon Pay. With the LimeLight Amazon Pay integration, current Amazon customers can subscribe to your offers using information already stored in their Amazon account, without ever leaving your site.

You must obtain the Seller ID and MWS Auth Token from their Amazon Seller Central prior to setting up the Amazon Pay gateway.

Sign Up for Amazon Pay

You will first need to sign up for an Amazon Pay account. For more information on signing up for Amazon Pay reference Amazon’s step by step guide.

Once you signed up for Amazon Pay https://sellercentral.amazon.com/ to open the Seller Central website. Seller Central is an easy-to-use website where you will manage the integration of your website with Amazon Pay, download settlement reports, and manage disputes.

  • In Seller Central,you will register your application to obtain your credentials Amazon Help Guide
  • You will find your credentials  under Integration >MWS Access Key
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Configuring Amazon Pay in LimeLight

After signing up for your Amazon Pay account, you can enable your Amazon Pay as a gateway provider in your platform.

To configure Amazon Pay Gateway into your Lime Light CRM, you will go to Payments > Gateways > Actions > Add a New Provider Profile and select Amazon Pay (Alternative Payment) from the Provider drop down menu  and fill out the gateway parameters.

These parameters are briefly described here for your reference:

Alias: Create a name for this profile.  For internal purposes only, it helps you identify your gateway among several others in your CRM.

Seller ID: This uniquely identifies the merchant. You get this identifier from Amazon Seller Central.

Access Key: You get this identifier from Amazon Seller Central.

Secret Key: You get this identifier from Amazon Seller Central.

Client ID: You get this identifier from Amazon Seller Central.

Client Secret: You get this identifier from Amazon Seller Central.

Currency: Amazon Pay currently supports USD, EUR, GBP, and CAD currencies.

Test Mode: Set to YES if you would like to use this gateway in test mode (will send requests to your sandbox).

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Once your gateway profile has been created then you will go to your campaign, select Amazon Pay as the Payment Type and assign the AMazon Pay gateway.

Configure Amazon Pay In Storefront

To configure Amazon Pay navigate to Advanced Settings > check the Amazon Pay box >  enter in the same Seller ID and Client ID as entered in the LimeLight Platform > select the Button Color & Button Size that you want on your site > check the Sandbox box if the gateway profile is set to Test Mode = Yes in the platform > Save Changes

The Amazon Pay widget is now enabled in the checkout flow. You can change the button color and size at any time.

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Notes: We recommend performing a couple of test transactions before taking live transactions.

  • Be sure to update both WordPress and the LimeLight platform when switching from test mode to live.

BoltPay Gateway Integration

LimeLight has taken the inline widget setup work out of your hands with our WordPress Storefront plugin.  All you have to do is configure your credentials and you are ready to start taking payments through BoltPay!

Please Note:

  • Recurring subscriptions are NOT supported through LimeLight BoltPay integration.

BoltPay must be configured in your LimeLight application. For further information on how to integrate BoltPay with Limelight click here

Configure BoltPay In Storefront

To configure BoltPay navigate to Advanced Settings > check the BoltPay box > enter in the same Public Key as entered in the LimeLight Platform > check the Sandbox box if the gateway profile is set to Test Mode = Yes in the platform > enter the Gateway ID from the profile created in the platform > Save Changes

The BoltPay widget is now enabled in the checkout flow.

Notes: We recommend performing a couple of test transactions before taking live transactions.

  • Be sure to update both WordPress and the LimeLight platform when switching from test mode to live.