Payment Integration: Trust Payments (Formally Secure Trading)

Payment Integration: Trust Payments (Formally Secure Trading)


This document covers how a fulfiller can configure their sales channel company to automatically charge retailers via Trust Payments for the cost of their orders.

Please note, the company is called Trust Payments but was formally known as Secure Trading. 


Before setting up this integration within the Kornit X Platform you must have the following. 

  1. A Trust Payments account (you should be able to login to ).
  2. A site reference, which can be set up in MyST (not covered by this article).

MyST Configuration

Sign in to MyST and add a user with role "Webservices" to your account and follow the below steps.
  1. Navigate and login to .
  2. Click "Add new username" from the left side-menu.
  3. Fill in ALL the fields from the below table below.
Field name
Leave as the preset value
Valid IP/Networks
Role if invalid IP
Prevent login
  1. Allocate the site through which you wish to process Web Services payments, by clicking the green arrows next to the corresponding sites and ensuring they move from the "Available" column to the "Allocated" column.

Creating a Payment Reference

Order Manager does not store any card details, so it is necessary to charge the customer a token amount (i.e. £0.01) via the "Virtual Terminal" option within MyST. When making the payment, please make sure the selected site is the same site which you granted the user access to.

Once the payment has been authorised, Trust Payments will display a "transaction reference", which looks something like "1-2-3456789". Order Manager will use this reference for any future payments.

Next Steps

To turn on automatic payments in Order Manager, please provide the following information to your Kornit X contact:

Video Breakdown

Below is a video created in 2018 that details the integration, please note the information is still relevant but we refer to the older name of Secure Trading throughout. 
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