Virtual Terminal

This page describes how to use Virtual Terminal in the BridgerPay Merchant Admin and allow your back office personnel to assist customers with deposits


With the Virtual Terminal, you can help your customers make a deposit or payment by inputting their credentials directly in BridgerPay. This means they don't have to go through your website but you can do it over a call with them.
The Virtual Terminal accepts only deposits made with a debit or credit card (the "Credit Card" payment method).

How to access Virtual Terminal:

Virtual Terminal

How to make payment using Virtual Terminal:

  1. 1.
    Go to your Virtual Terminal.
  2. 2.
    Select country.
  3. 3.
    Select currency.
  4. 4.
    Fill in the rest of the fields (Optional).
  5. 5.
    Enter your customer's personal, contact, and business information and the transaction amount in the Cashier widget. Then, click the Deposit button in the lower-right corner.
  6. 6.
    Wait until the transaction is approved or declined.

Description of parameters:

Parameter Name
Country where a payment transaction will be made. (Mandatory)
Currency which this payment transaction will be originated in. (Mandatory)
PSP which you want to execute this transaction. (Optional) If not specified, all appropriate PSPs will be tried, one after another, according to your Bridger Router until the payment is accepted by one of them or declined by all of them.
Order id
Order id in your system. (Optional) It lets you find the transaction in the future if needed with ease. If left blank, a merchant order ID will automatically be created.
Platform id
Platform id you use. (Optional)
IP address of your customer. (Optional)
If you want to pay using a specific PSP you can choose one, but bear in mind that Bridger Retry™ will not work then! When choosing the PSP you wish to use for a transaction, make sure it supports the country and currency, or the cashier won’t load.
If you want to map the transaction directly to your CRM, use the Platform ID field and fill it in with the account number found in your CRM. If you don't use the Platform ID, you will have to manually enter the transaction into your CRM.