Sending Receipts

We have two different receipts in MX Merchant. If the Invoice App is activated, you have access to our Modern Receipt; otherwise, all payments use the Classic Receipt.

Receipt Examples

Click an example below to see each receipt

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The Classic Receipt shows the header, which can be configured in Settings::Receipts
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The amount charged and any tax or tip information
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Payment information including card type, last 4, reference number, auth code, card presence, and invoice number (if present).
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Return Policy
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  • } Invoice Number
  • } Customer Data
  • Company Header {
  • Invoice Date & Terms {
  • Totals, taxes, & discounts {
  • Payments History }
  • Invoice History }

Sending Receipts via API

To send receipts through the API, you just need to send the following request:

POST https://api.mxmerchant.com/checkout/v3/paymentreceipt?id={paymentId}&contact={[email protected]} HTTP/1.1
Accept: application/json
Authorization: Basic xxxx
Host: api.mxmerchant.com

A successful response returns a 202 Accepted Response Code
POST https://api.mxmerchant.com/checkout/v3/paymentreceipt?id={paymentId}&contact={10digitPhone#} HTTP/1.1
Accept: application/json
Authorization: Basic xxxx
Host: api.mxmerchant.com

A successful response returns a 202 Accepted Response Code

To send invoices through the API, you just need to send the following request:

POST https://api.mxmerchant.com/checkout/v3/invoicereceipt?id={invoiceId}&contact={[email protected]}&isHtml=true HTTP/1.1
Accept: application/json
Authorization: Basic xxxx
Host: api.mxmerchant.com

A successful response returns a 202 Accepted Response Code
POST https://api.mxmerchant.com/checkout/v3/invoicereceipt?id={invoiceId}&contact={10digitPhone#}&isHtml=true HTTP/1.1
Accept: application/json
Authorization: Basic xxxx
Host: api.mxmerchant.com

A successful response returns a 202 Accepted Response Code

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