8. Opayo redirects the customer to your website

Depending on the result of the authorisation with the issuing bank, your customer is either returned to your SuccessURL (the successful order completion page you supplied here) or your FailureURL for all other transactions.

Appended to the SuccessURL or FailureURL is an encrypted field, called Crypt, which contains the Status of the transaction, the reference code for the transaction, and the fraud-checking results. The field is decoded in the same manner that your original script was encoded, using the same password (which is known only to you). Review the Crypt field detail.

You may wish to display some of the information contained in the Crypt field to your customer, especially the failure reason. You are not required to store any of the information sent to you in a database, but if you have access to one, you may wish to do so.

You will receive an email containing these details if you supplied a VendorEmail address, plus details of the order and the customer who placed it. Opayo cannot guarantee that the email will always arrive in a timely manner since we have no control over what happens after it leaves our servers. You should not rely solely on email confirmations, but regularly check MyOpayo for new orders.

The real-time processing of the transaction by Opayo is now complete. Later in the day, the final stage of the process is carried out between us and the banks without you or your site needing take any further action.


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