Card Tokenization is an optional feature that enables your customers to load their debit or credit cards into Apple Pay, Google Pay, and Samsung Pay. This will enable your users to load physical and virtual payment cards into their phone for use at any physical location that accepts Apple, Google, or Samsung Pay.
Tokenization is currently available for Visa cards. We expect support for Mastercard to be forthcoming.
Prerequisite for Tokenization
Because this is an optional feature, you must explicitly request it and it must be in your contract. You may add Tokenization to your contract by contacting your account manager or email email@example.com
Once the contract and payment is executed for Tokenization, the servicing team will engage you to kick off the tokenization process. We do not expect for you to have to do any system integration to enable Tokenization. This process can be run in parallel while you are implementing one of our card products:
Tokenization will go live only after you are able to transact on your live card product.
Fill out the highlighted sections, sign, and submit the following documents to firstname.lastname@example.org:
- PaymentCardNetworkTokenizationForm.ProductfyTemplate.v2.0.docx. For the Terms & Conditions, use the template provided in Tokenization section of the appropriate Debit Card Compliance Guide or Secured Credit Card Compliance Guide. The language is the same as Productfy's Payment Card Tokenization ToS that we use for our own cards.
Submit Media Assets
Submit the following media assets to email@example.com:
A 100x100 logo of the company in png. It is recommended that the logo be at least 72 dpi. Example:
- 1536x969 pixels
- For Mastercard debit cards, the debit identifier needs to be in Mastercard approved font: FF Mark Medium 11.5pt & Mark Regular.
- Rounded corners are not allowed
- PNG format
- Has an alpha channel Example:
It is not possible to test tokenization in a test environment.