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Charges

Learn about managing charges in your payment gateway.

Overview

Charges represent the Affirm loans that are issued to the end-user. You can interact with charges via the Charges API in order to change the state of that charge, update metadata, or retrieve details.

Charge authorization

Charge authorization occurs after a user has successfully completed the Affirm checkout flow and returns back to the merchant site. Authorizing the charge generates the charge_id that will be used to reference this loan moving forward.

Charge actions

You can integrate various charge actions into your back-end order management system, where you normally fulfill orders and process payments, refunds, and cancelations.

You can use the Charges API to manage charges with the following actions:

These actions allow you to manage charges through various states such as authorized, captured, voided, etc.

Updated 6 months ago



Charges


Learn about managing charges in your payment gateway.

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