New Rebill Payment Links
These guides cover the latest version of Rebill Payment Links. If you're using the legacy version, click here to learn more about its structure and how it relates to legacy products and subscriptions. Bear in mind that the legacy version will be available on your dashboard until April 1, 2024.
Payment links are designed as a straightforward, user-friendly solution, allowing customers to access and complete transactions efficiently. These links can be shared through the channels that best suit you business operation, ensuring convenience and enhancing customer experience.
When creating a new product or subscription plan in Rebill, an associated payment link is automatically generated. This link includes all available payment methods for the designated currencies but can be customized as needed.
Go to the Payments tab located at the top navigation bar and the click on Payment Links in the left sidebar menu to get a view of all of your payment links.
To create a new payment link for an existing product or plan, navigate to the "Payments" tab, select "Payment Links" from the sidebar, and then click "Create Link." Here, you can choose the relevant product or plan and add a private description for easy future reference. For example, you could a private description as a reminder of the link type to make it easier to find in the future.
Payment links associated to a plan or a product are also visible at the payment links table in the plans and products detail view.
Rebill's Payment Links use geolocation detection to automatically identify customers' locations, allowing the same link to serve customers in various countries. This reduces the need for multiple country-specific links, streamlining the sharing process for global operations. Additionally, it's important to note that the currency settings of these payment links are determined by the associated product or plan. This means the currency configuration is predefined based on the specific product or plan linked, ensuring consistency and convenience.
Default Currency for Unsupported Countries
There may be instances where a customer is accessing the Checkout Landingfrom a country whose currency is not supported by your Payment Link configuration. In such cases, our platform is designed to default to the price set in USD. If no price were set in USD for the given Plan or Product, then the checkout landing will default to the first currency set at the moment of your payment link's configuration. This ensures a seamless transaction process, even when the customer's local currency is not available.
For example, if your Payment Link is set up with the following currencies in this order: USD, UYU, COP, and a customer from a country where the local currency is JPY (which is not included in your list) accesses your link, they will see the prices in USD, as it's the first currency in your configuration. If the prices are set like this: CLP, UYU, COP, then the customer will see the prices in CLP.
It's important to note that this defaulting to the first currency only occurs when the customer's local currency is not supported. Otherwise, the customer will see the prices in their local currency, thanks to our geo-localization feature.
Click on the "Edit" button located in the Payment Link detail view. You'll ve able to edit your link's description, allowed payment methods and expiration date. Also, you'll be able to customize a success page URL to redirect your customers when a successful purchase is completed.
To update a payment link via API request, please refer to this link.
Updated 12 days ago