Use the most convenient methods to accept payments: if you provide a subscription service, you can repeat payments, if you communicate with your customers a lot, you can send invoices via live chats, if you sell unusual products for varying prices, you can send invoices from the Merchant Profile.
Add money to account balances before they run out of funds.
How it works
The client pays for services and consents to saving the card details.
All further payments will be repeated without their involvement.
The funds will be debited from the client's card on time, and they will receive the payment notification.
This option allows debiting the payment by your request. If the order is cancelled or the product is not in stock, the funds can be easily returned to the customer. No fee will be charged for such refund.
The client receives the text message and confirms the payment with a response.
The funds are debited from their account at Sberbank.
Invoicing in Merchant Profile
No development required: sign up for the Yandex.Checkout Merchant Profile, and you’ll be able to send invoices immediately. The invoice is sent via email, by text message, or a special link that will lead the customer to the payment page at Yandex.Checkout.
You can replenish the phone number account via the bot by clicking the button on your smartphone. Payment acceptance only works in Telegram’s mobile version for now.
Your customer won't need to stop the chat and close Telegram to make an order and pay for it.
Sales without a seller
Order and payment processes are fully automatic: the client sends commands to the bot, the bot responds with an invoice and the payment form.
History in the Merchant Profile
Payment records are stored in the Merchant Profile at the Yandex.Chekout's website, where you can check the details or refund the amount.
How it works
The customer makes an order through your bot.
Your bot sends an invoice with the total amount and the Pay button.
The client clicks the button and proceeds to the payment form, then pays directly in Telegram using their bank card.
Invoicing via live chats
This option allows to send invoices to the clients during a chat on your website, in a social network, or in a messenger.
How it works
During a live chat with the seller, the customer decides on a purchase. The seller sends the payment button in one of the messages directly in the chat, then the customer proceeds to the Yandex.Checkout’s page and pays in the usual manner using a payment method convenient for them.
Sign up for Yandex.Checkout and implement the special chat for websites, JivoSite.
Tell the manager you'd like to enable invoicing via live chats during the onboarding process.
If you are already working with Yandex.Checkout, write to email@example.com. Let us know you'd like to enable invoicing via live chats. Specify your contract number or the company's website in the letter.
Even those who simply wanted to ask a question end up making a purchase.
The seller helps find more suitable options.
Extra points to karma
Less time spent on searching for products and making an order.
The tool for working with Yandex.Checkout. First you use it to connect to the service, then you can view the payment history, statistics, settings, upload acts and registers, and more.