Merchant Implementation Guide


Welcome to our developer section.
Our POLi API is created around the REST architectural style and we've designed our API to be as secure, intuitive and flexible as possible.
Some key features we provide:

  • Returning JSON data
  • Ability to order the fields in your request however you like
  • Removal of optional fields from your request
  • Responsive, easy to understand error messages

POLi prohibited merchant categories

The POLi prohibited merchant categories are listed below:

  • Offshore online gambling services
  • Affiliate Schemes
  • Pyramid Schemes
  • Counterfeit goods
  • Synthetic drugs and pharmaceuticals
  • Adult services
  • Binary option, CFD & Forex trading providers who do not hold an Australian Financial Services (AFS) license or authorisation from a AFS license

This list is updated from time to time, click here to see the list.

POLi branding, trademarks and other information relating to POLi must not be displayed on websites of merchants whose services include any of the prohibited merchant categories, or on the websites of merchants whose access to POLi services has been suspended or terminated.

Integration Options

Via Web Services Integration

If you need the full functionality of POLi, then you'll need to know how to fully integrate POLi's services. Basic networking and programming knowledge is required.
Start here.

POLi Link is a fast and effective way of accepting payment, ideal for requesting payment on invoices, emails or websites. This can be created manually from within the POLi console or automatically via web services.
Start here.

Via Shopping Cart Plugins

Our shopping cart plugins make it incredibly simple to integrate with POLi. If yours is listed, simply download and follow the instructions to immediately install POLi - almost no technical knowledge is needed.
Start here.

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