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Tap to Pay
Tap to Pay is an Apple-authorized payment solution. It offers a fast and convenient way of making payments through an iPhone, replacing bulky and/or stationed payment terminals. Customers can simply pay by tapping or hovering an NFC-enabled smartphone, payment card, or wearable device on an iPhone where the EVA Checkout App is installed and payment method enabled.
A list of countries where Tap to Pay is currently available can be found on Apple's official page.
Only iPhones running on iOS version 16.4 or higher are able to use Tap to Pay.
Enabling Tap to Pay on EVA
Configuration in Adyen
Submit a request for Tap to Pay to be enabled in your Adyen environment. See Payment methods in Adyen for a glimpse of how this is done.
A referenced return is a refund that can be referenced to its original payment (time of order placement), and using Tap to Pay as your refund method requires this reference to be available. This means that payments not initially made via Tap to Pay are not possible to refund via Tap to Pay.
Configuration in EVA
Follow the below steps to configure Tap to Pay as a payment method and payment type via Admin Suites Payment methods chapter.
Step 1: Create a new payment method
- Name: AdyenPosSdk
- Code: ADYEN_POSSDK
Step 2: Create the payment type
- Name: Adyen - TapToPay
- Code: ADYEN_POSSDK_TAPTOPAY
Step 3: Add the following two settings and their respective values obtained from Adyen:
Step 4: Ensure that the BackendID of your type store organization unit in EVA where Tap to Pay is being enabled, matches with what's specified in your Adyen account.
Steps for matching IDs
Security & PCI
Tap to Pay iOS complies with the following:
Security / PCI: Tap to Pay on iPhone is built in compliance with PCI CPOC / CPOC + PIN (this certification process was undertaken by Apple itself).
Payments processing / EMV: The supported Apple devices are compliant with relevant network requirements (Level 1 / L1). The kernels are an integrated part of the distribution on each iOS version, so Apple is also responsible for the Level 2 / L2 certification, while Adyen is responsible for conducting and completing the Level 3 / L3 certification for each payment method that is offered. Adyen's Tap to Pay on iPhone solution is currently EMV certified for Visa, Mastercard, Amex, and Discover in the US markets.
PCI requirements from merchants: Merchants are required to complete the SAQ B-IP, requirement 9.9 which refers to the Physical security of the devices. This control requires that personnel who interact with card-present devices on a day-to-day basis, be trained on awareness aspects of attempted tampering or replacement of devices. Furthermore, requirement 12 of the SAQ B-IP will also be required.
Requirement 12 (part of PCI requirements from merchants) is an interim solution until the SAQ MPOC is finalized by the PCI SSC. Once the SAQ MPOC has been released, and the MPOC certification has been scoped by the recognized lab, this requirement will be re-assessed.