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Setting up integrated Sureswipe Payments for humble Till on iPad:

Sureswipe are a payment company who aim to make setting up and processing payments fast, secure and simple.

When you sign up for Sureswipe, you'll get a secure card reader so that you can process credit and debit card payments on the humble Till app.

You'll need to get a card reader to use with each of your iPads.

To start, ensure that the Sureswipe Card Reader is connected to your iPad via Bluetooth. And that you have your Sureswipe SSK (Shared Secret) available on email to select and copy.

 

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Next, navigate to the humble Till app, and tap the Settings Tab. Click Custom Tender Types at the bottom of the screen.

 

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Select Add Tender Type. Enter in a description and set the category to Sureswipe.

Once done, click Add Tender Type.

 

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Navigate and click on the Till Tab on the top left corner of your screen and then click on Pay in the bottom right hand corner of your screen.

 

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Ensure that you have copied the Sureswipe SSK (Shared Secret) from the email as mentioned earlier. Click on your new tender - Sureswipe.

 

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The first time the Sureswipe tender is selected, it will ask for your SSK (Shared Secret). If copied, the humble Till will automatically be pasted into the text field.

Click on Set Shared Secret when complete.

 

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The Sureswipe pop up will show you the card device that the humble Till is connected to, the amount the sale is for and the battery available on the card device.

 

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Congratulations, you are now ready to start taking Sureswipe payments.

If you have any questions or need help with anything, do not hesitate to contact our support team on 010 100 3888 alternatively on email at [email protected]

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