The settings explained here are optional and disabled by default. You can enable them to add limits or additional payment fees to any payment provider's methods. Some providers offer a more detailed way to set additional charges for specific payment methods. You can read this below.


You must have already added a payment provider to your eCom store.


  1. Select settings in your eCom administrator.

  2. Select Payment Methods under Payment Settings.

  3. Select a payment method.

  4. Scroll down to the ADDITIONAL SETTINGS section and configure additional payment settings as required. Read below about the details of each setting.

  5. Select Save.

Descriptions of additional settings

  • Minimum amount - the minimum amount that customers must spend to use the payment method.

  • Maximum amount - the maximum amount that customers can spend with the payment method.

  • Additional Fees (Fixed) - charges a standard fee for using the payment method.

  • Extra costs (percentage)- charges a surcharge based on a percentage of the total order.

  • Additional Fees (Tax) - charges a tax or VAT for using the payment methods offered by this provider. You can set the rates manually via Settings > PAYMENT SETTINGS > Taxes. For more information, see Enabling Taxes - Europe and Australia.

  • No extra costs above - prevents extra costs for orders above a certain total value.

  • Prices per method - you can configure the options per individual payment method. For example, you can configure an additional charge of €0.10 for using a credit card.

Specific payment methods

Some payment providers let you manage the additional costs of specific payment methods.

  • Repeat steps 1-4 of the above instructions.

  • In the ADDITIONAL SETTINGS , select the Prices by method. If this button is hidden, you can only add payment fees and limits to all payment options of this payment provider.

  • Activate the switch next to the additional settings you want to enable.

  1. Add the required amount or cost and select Save. See more details for each settings.

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