Easy Access to Brazilian Online Payments for OpenCart Stores
OpenCart Module for PagBrasil
Unlike PagBrasil’s Shopify, WooCommerce, Magento and VTEX extensions that have been developed and are continuously upgraded internally, the module for OpenCart was created by an independent developer. To start using the module, apart from the installation, OpenCart-based businesses must sign up for a merchant account with PagBrasil in order to enable the Brazilian payment methods for their stores.
The module was originally created in 2016 and has recently been updated to be compatible with OpenCart 3. As of now, OpenCart merchants using the module have instant access to all local credit card labels provided by PagBrasil. The module is fully responsive, which means the checkout page adapts to any screen resolution, providing a better experience for payments on mobile devices.
PagBrasil’s OpenCart module can be obtained from this page and it has a cost of 39 GBP. The developer, Daniel Miara, also provides aid with installation for an extra cost of 10 GBP.
PagBrasil’s Services Supported by the OpenCart module
In the tables below, we list all the local payment methods and additional services that are currently compatible with the OpenCart module:
|Local credit card|
|Local credit card with installments|
|Local debit card||–|
|Online banking transfer – BB||–|
|Online banking transfer – Bradesco||–|
|Online banking transfer – Itaú||–|
|Online banking transfer – Banrisul||–|
|Payment processing and collection|
|Multi acquirer reattempts|
|PagShield fraud prevention|
|Credit/debit card refund||Boleto refund||–|
|Boleto email confirmation||–|
|Boleto email reminder||–|
|Boleto SMS confirmation||–|
|Boleto SMS reminder||–|
Most of the additional services are available through PagBrasil’s dashboard and are not entirely dependent on the module. For instance, total and partial refunds for credit cards can be easily done at the dashboard or via API. In addition, merchants can incorporate the pre-authorization feature by activating PagShield and setting rules for the transactions that need to be revised prior to being processed.
OpenCart is one of the main open source e-commerce platforms. It is easy to use and offers a powerful tool for online store management, allowing merchants to manage multiple shops from a single back-end. According to BuiltWith, there are currently 381,073 live websites using OpenCart, with the majority of them located in the United Sates, followed far behind by the United Kingdom and France. Among the main characteristics of the platform, the highlights are its extensive list of modules, add-ons and plugins, as well as the possibility to enable multi-language and multi-currency, which facilitates cross-border commerce.