SumUp test accounts mirror regular accounts, including sharing the same rules as them. However, test accounts don’t have a connection to service providers, nor do they process transactions with real funds.
Yes. You can request a test account by emailing us at email@example.com and providing the following information about your business:
We provide support coverage on three continents and in the following currencies:
This error message indicates that the "payments" scope is not enabled for your application. Message us at firstname.lastname@example.org with the information below and we will activate it for you:
Yes, as a SumUp customer you have the option to integrate SumUp’s eCommerce service with a webshop plugin or via direct integration.
SumUp’s official plugin supports integrations with WordPress/WooCommerce.
For PrestaShop users we recommend this plugin developed by a SumUp partner.
The direct integration option uses the SumUp eCommerce Checkout API, intended for developer utilisation. All information can be found in our Online Payments section. Before following our guides, make sure to request a test account.
For all Webshop plugins and direct integration, make sure your account is fully on-boarded before purchasing the plugin or starting the integration. Please share your client_id to activate the "Payments" scope at email@example.com.
The SumUp terminals support iOS & Android.
Our terminals are designed to follow a payment flow that doesn’t allow them to operate unattended.
Yes. For web applications running on mobile devices where the SumUp app is installed, you can call the SumUp app via URL. Read more on this preferred merchant approach in our API Payment Switch guide.
Sure. You can reach us at firstname.lastname@example.org.