WooCommerce Intuit QBMS Payment Gateway

Overview ↑ Back to top

Accept payments from major credit cards on your WooCommerce website with Intuit Payments for eCommerce. This extension supports WooCommerce Subscriptions and PreOrders, and can also allow customers to save payment methods to their accounts. This document will show you how to setup and configure the extension to work with your Intuit Payments.

This plugin can also be used with a legacy QBMS – QuickBooks Merchant Services payments account. However, we cannot support merchants using this account, so while the legacy mode is available, merchants must be using Intuit Payments to receive active support. New installations will use Intuit Payments by default.

This is not an integration with QuickBooks POS services or payments via QuickBooks, but is rather an eCommerce payment integration using Intuit’s payment processing capabilities. If you’re looking for a QuickBooks POS integration, please suggest or vote for it under WooIdeas.

Gateway Mode Comparison ↑ Back to top

QBMS is a legacy API from Intuit. We do not recommend that new merchants use a QBMS account, and encourage the use of the Intuit Payments API for improved support and increased security. We cannot offer support for legacy QBMS accounts.

For existing merchants, please note that Intuit does not provide a migration path between these account types from what we can see. This means that, if you have saved payment tokens (e.g., with Subscriptions) with an existing QBMS account, there’s no way to migrate these to a new Intuit Payments account. Therefore, our plugin treats these as two separate gateways with no migration path between them. They require entirely different credentials and set up processes.

If you wanted to switch gateways, you would need to contact Intuit to see if there’s a way to “switch” your account between the two APIs to carry over saved cards.

QBMS Payments
SSL Certificate Required? Yes Yes
PCI Compliance level1 requires certification SAQ A-EP
Supports client-side tokenization for enhanced security & reduced PCI compliance burden No Yes
Supported API2 No Yes
Supports eChecks? No Yes
Supports Subscriptions & Pre-Orders plugins Yes Yes
Customers can save cards to accounts? Yes Yes
Supports enhanced checkout form Yes Yes
Supports captures, refunds, voids in WooCommerce Yes Yes
Supports detailed decline messages Yes Yes

1 Intuit Payments uses client-side tokenization to protect payment data before it’s sent from your site to Intuit. This doesn’t alleviate all security concerns (and an SSL certificate is still required), but it greatly improves payment security, helping you meet lower levels of PCI compliance. The QBMS API would require a site certification to meet all PCI compliance standards.
2 The QBMS API is deprecated by Intuit, so this no longer gets updates or new features on their side, and may be removed at some point in the future.

Installation ↑ Back to top

  1. Download the extension from your WooCommerce dashboard
  2. Go to Plugins > Add New > Upload and select the ZIP file you just downloaded
  3. Click Install Now, and then Activate
  4. Go to WooCommerce > Settings > Checkout and read the next section to learn how to setup and configure the plugin.

Requirements ↑ Back to top

This plugin has a few hosting / environment requirements to be aware of:

  • Your site must use PHP 5.3 or newer (you can see this under WooCommerce > System Status)
  • Your server must include OpenSSL. Most hosts compile PHP with OpenSSL, but if you see a notice that openssl is required, you must reach out to your hosting company to resolve this.
To process payments in an eCommerce store, ensure that your Intuit account allows you to process payments with a Web Store.

You can use this plugin with either a QBMS (legacy) account, or an Intuit Payments account that can process eCommerce payments. You must be a US merchant to use either Intuit payment processing product.

This plugin has two modes to support both account types from Intuit. To switch between them, you can use the plugin links from the “Plugins” list in your WordPress dashboard, which adjust based on which mode you’re using.

WooCommerce Intuit Payments: Switch to new gateway
Switch to Intuit Payments (using QBMS)
WooCommerce Intuit Payments: Switch to legacy gateway
Switch to QBMS (using Intuit Payments)

Intuit Payments Set Up ↑ Back to top

Setting up Intuit Payments is a bit of a winding process, as Intuit requires an app for your store to connect to. You’ll need to create your own app in the developer console to connect your store to Intuit Payments. We’ll walk you through these steps and how to get your app credentials.

Create Your Intuit App ↑ Back to top

First you’ll need to create a developer account with Intuit. This is entirely free, but we’ll need it to set up a connection app with Intuit. You can create one here or log into an existing account if you have one.

  1. Click on “My Apps”, then “Create New App”
    WooCommerce Intuit Payments create app
  2. Click on “Select APIs”
    WooCommerce Intuit Payments: Connect an app, step 1
  3. Check “Payments” for the API type, then click “Create App”.
    WooCommerce Intuit Payments: Connect an app, step 2
  4. With your new app, click on “Settings”, as we’ll need to add your store URLs and some basic info.
    • Ensure “QuickBooks Payments” API is selected. Do not select “QuickBooks accounting”.
    • Enter a name for your app; it can be whatever you’d like
    • Accept connections only from your country.

    WooCommerce Intuit Payments App Settings 1

  5. Now scroll down to enter some store information to get your app credentials. Complete the development / production fields with your store’s information, along with the terms of service and privacy policy URLs. Note that the “Launch” and “Disconnect” URLs don’t really matter, so you can use your homepage, store URL, or whatever you’d like.
    WooCommerce Intuit Payments App Settings 2
  6. Scroll up and click “Save” to submit your new settings.
  7. Once you’ve submitted the store information, copy the API credentials you have under “Keys” > “Production Keys”. Depending on when you created your developer account, you could have either OAuth 1.0 or OAuth 2.0 keys (the plugin accepts either).
    • If you see this:

      WooCommerce Intuit Payments API keys

      Paste the “Consumer Key” and “Consumer Secret” credentials into the plugin settings, and you’re ready to connect!

    • If you see this:

      WooCommerce Intuit Payments OAuth 2 account

      Paste the “Client ID” and “Client Secret” credentials into the plugin settings and save them. You must also set a redirect URL, which will be in this format (Replace “Example.com” with your store’s URL):

      https://EXAMPLE.com?wc-api=wc_intuit_payments_auth

      You’ll see this in the plugin settings for you to copy and paste. Now you can connect as well 🙂

You do not need to do anything else with this app! It doesn’t need to be submitted or reviewed since it’s only for your store’s usage.

Connect to Intuit ↑ Back to top

Once you’ve entered your app’s Client ID and Client Secret (or Consumer Key and Consumer Secret), you can save your settings.

You’ll now be able to connect to Intuit, as the plugin’s “Connect” button will enable.

WooCommerce Intuit Payments: Settings 3

Click this button to open the connect dialog for Intuit. If your credentials are correct, you’ll be able to connect to your new app. Click “Authorize” to do so.

WooCommerce Intuit Payments: Connect to App
Connect to your app

All done! Now you can configure the other plugin settings and process payments.

Extension Settings ↑ Back to top

  • Enable / Disable – This will enable the gateway to be used by customers to checkout.
  • Title – This is the text shown for the payment during checkout and on the Order Received page.
  • Description – This is the text shown under the title during checkout. Limited HTML is allowed. If you enable test mode, this section will also display a notice along with test credit card numbers.
  • Card Verification (CSC) – Enable this to require customers to enter their CVV / CV2 (Card Security Code) when checking out. This can be useful if you have requirements in your Intuit account for CV2 verification.
  • Transaction Type – This controls how transactions are submitted to Intuit. You may choose either “Charge” or “Authorization”. If you select “Authorization”, you must manually capture and settle payments in your Intuit account or on the WooCommerce orders screen after the transaction has been submitted. This defaults to “Charge”.
  • Charge Virtual-Only Orders – (Shown if Transaction Type is set to “Authorization”) Enable this to force charges on order containing only virtual items so they’re captured immediately instead of authorized (for example, to grant download access right away)
    WooCommerce Intuit Payments authorization settings
  • Capture Paid Orders – (Shown if Transaction Type is set to “Authorization”) Enable this to automatically attempt to capture transactions when orders change to a paid status.
  • Accepted Cards – This controls the card logos that display during checkout. This is purely cosmetic and has no affect on the cards actually accepted by your merchant account.
  • Tokenization – Enable this to allow customers to save their payment methods for future use at checkout. This must be enabled if you use Subscriptions or Pre-Orders.
  • Detailed Decline Messages – Enable to display detailed messages to customers to provide reasoning for declines when possible instead of a generic error message.
  • Debug Mode – Enable this is you are having issues correctly processing transactions. You can either log API requests / responses directly to the checkout / thank you page, save them to the WooCommerce Plugin Log (found under WooCommerce > System Status > Logs) or both. All debugging messages are cleaned of sensitive information before display, but as a best practice, please do not enable this unless you are having issues with the plugin.
  • Environment – Switch between “Sandbox” and “Production” credentials. Enable “Sandbox” to send transactions to your sandbox / developer app or account. Note that you must configure a development Intuit App (instead of a production app) and connect to that if you want to process test transactions.

WooCommerce Intuit Payments: Settings 1

Connection Settings

  • Share connection settings – Enabling this will allow you to use connection/authentication settings between the credit card and eCheck gateways. If this is disabled, you’ll have to enter a new Intuit Consumer Key and Consumer Secret for eCheck transactions, along with connecting to Intuit again.
  • Consumer Key – This is the Consumer Key for your Intuit app (Sandbox or Production). Follow the steps above to get this.
  • Consumer Secret – This is the Consumer Secret for your Intuit app (Sandbox or Production). Follow the steps above to get this.
  • Payments Account – This will make a “Connect” button available so you can connect to Intuit once you have saved your settings with a valid Consumer Key and Secret.

WooCommerce Intuit Payments: Settings 2

Intuit eCheck Settings ↑ Back to top

WooCommerce Intuit Payments echeck settings

  • Enable / Disable – This will enable the eCheck gateway to be used by customers to checkout. IMPORTANT – You must have eChecks enabled on your Intuit Payments account for this to function correctly.
  • Title – This is the text shown for the eCheck gateway during checkout and on the Order Received page. This defaults to “eCheck”.
  • Description – This is the text shown under the title during checkout. Limited HTML is allowed. If you enable test mode, this section will also display a notice along with a test bank account number.
  • Tokenization – Enable this to allow customers to save their payment method for future use at checkout. This must be enabled if you use Subscriptions or Pre-Orders and want to allow automatic payment via eCheck.
  • Debug Mode – Enable this is you are having issues correctly processing transactions. You can either log API requests / responses directly to the checkout / thank you page, save them to the WooCommerce Error Log, or both. All debugging messages are cleaned of sensitive information before display, but as a best practice, please do not enable this unless you are having issues with the plugin..
  • Environment – Switch between “Sandbox” and “Production” credentials. Enable “Sandbox” to send transactions to your sandbox / development Intuit app. Note that you must have a development Intuit app keys created to use this option.
  • Share connection settings – Enabling this will allow you to use connection / authentication settings between the credit card and eCheck gateways. If this is disabled, you’ll have to enter a new Intuit Consumer Key and Secret, along with connecting to your app again, for eCheck transactions.

Legacy QBMS Set Up ↑ Back to top

Generating Connection Tickets ↑ Back to top

Please note: We highly recommend that you use the default Application Login / Application ID. If you do not use the default application, you will have to create your own application at developer.intuit.com for your web store. If so, please ensure that you follow this guide. Creating an app is only required if, for some reason, you can’t use the default application.

You must have a valid payments account in order to generate a connection ticket. Intuit also has a guide here to reference, which will require steps 1 and 4 if using the default app. Please note that, while logged into your Intuit merchant account, you must select the blue Account tab, and click Processing Information from the drop-down menu:

WooCommerce Intuit QBMS account information

Make sure Process with Web Store is turned ON.

If this is already done, log into your account using your Intuit QBMS credentials, then visit the link on the plugin “Settings” page (this process will be the same for both production and test credentials). It’s important that you’re already logged into your merchant account.

For production credentials, you can also copy and paste this link:

https://merchantaccount.quickbooks.com/j/sdkconnection?appid=826867585&sessionEnabled=false

For test credentials, you can instead copy and paste this link:

https://merchantaccount.ptc.quickbooks.com/j/sdkconnection?appid=1013327659&sessionEnabled=false

Please note that these links work with the default Application ID / Login credentials. If you’ve created your own app, please continue following the links in our walkthrough for the appropriate URLs.

If you’ve never created a connection ticket before, you may need to enter the URL of your website.

WooCommerce Intuit QBMS create connection ticket

You’ll then get a connection ticket to copy and paste into the plugin settings.

WooCommerce Intuit QBMS New connection ticket

If you have created a connection ticket before, you should see this:

WooCommerce Intuit QBMS Payment Gateway Extension Create New Connection Ticket
Create a New Connection Ticket

You’ll want to create a new connection ticket if you do not already have one saved to allow your merchant account to use this integration. Once you’ve clicked “Create New Connection” or clicked on the previously saved connection, you’ll see this:

WooCommerce Intuit QBMS Connection Ticket
Grab the Connection Ticket

Copy this connection ticket, and log back into your WooCommerce store (if needed). Go to WooCommerce > Settings > Checkout > Intuit QBMS, then paste this value into the Connection Ticket text box on the settings page:

WooCommerce Intuit QBMS Payment Gateway Extension Admin Settings
Intuit QBMS Admin Settings

That’s it! You are now ready to start accepting credit cards via Intuit QBMS! If you want to tweak settings and customize the checkout process, keep reading.

Extension Settings: ↑ Back to top

  • Enable / Disable – This will enable the gateway to be used by customers to checkout.
  • Title – This is the text shown for the payment during checkout and on the Order Received page.
  • Description – This is the text shown under the title during checkout. Limited HTML is allowed. If you enable test mode, this section will also display a notice along with test credit card numbers.
  • Card Verification (CSC) – Enable this to require customers to enter their CVV / CV2 (Card Security Code) when checking out. This can be useful if you have requirements in your Intuit account for CV2 verification.
  • Require Card Verification – Enabling this field will require the CSC even for tokenized transactions, and will disable support for WooCommerce Subscriptions and Pre-Orders. Enable this if you have configured your merchant settings to reject the transaction if the CSC is not available.
  • Transaction Type – This controls how transactions are submitted to Intuit. You may choose either “Charge” or “Authorization”. If you select “Authorization”, you must manually capture and settle payments in your Intuit account or on the WooCommerce orders screen after the transaction has been submitted. This defaults to “Charge”.
  • Charge Virtual-Only Orders – (Shown if Transaction Type is set to “Authorization”) Enable this to force charges on order containing only virtual items so they’re captured immediately instead of authorized (for example, to grant download access right away)
    WooCommerce Intuit Payments authorization settings
  • Capture Paid Orders – (Shown if Transaction Type is set to “Authorization”) Enable this to automatically attempt to capture transactions when orders change to a paid status.
  • Accepted Card Types – This controls the card logos that display during checkout. This is purely cosmetic and has no affect on the cards actually accepted by your merchant account.
  • Tokenization – Enable this to allow customers to save their payment methods for future use at checkout. This must be enabled if you use Subscriptions or Pre-Orders.
  • Detailed Decline Messages – Enable to display detailed messages to customers to provide reasoning for declines when possible instead of a generic error message.
  • Debug Mode – Enable this is you are having issues correctly processing transactions. You can either log API requests / responses directly to the checkout / thank you page, save them to the WooCommerce Plugin Log (found under WooCommerce > System Status > Logs) or both. All debugging messages are cleaned of sensitive information before display, but as a best practice, please do not enable this unless you are having issues with the plugin.
  • Environment – Enable Production (live) or Test mode for transactions. Please note that you’ll need to generate a test connection ticket from Intuit if you plan to use the test environment, as production credentials will not work for the test environment.

WooCommerce Intuit QBMS Settings 1

Connection Settings

  • Application Login – You can create your own production Application Login in the Intuit Partner Program, or use the default. The default information is recommended, as it references our integration with Intuit and yields the most consistent performance.
  • Application ID – You can create your own production Application ID in the Intuit Partner Program, or use the default. The default information is recommended, as it references our integration with Intuit and yields the most consistent performance.
  • Connection Ticket – A connection ticket is what links a merchant account to an application. It gives the application permission to process transactions on behalf of the merchant.
  • Detailed Decline Messages – Enable to display detailed messages to customers to provide reasoning for declines when possible instead of a generic error message.
  • Debug Mode – Enable this is you are having issues correctly processing transactions. All debugging messages are cleaned of sensitive information before display, but as a best practice, please do not enable this unless you are having issues with the plugin.

WooCommerce Intuit QBMS Settings 2

Merchant Usage ↑ Back to top

Both the Intuit Payments and Intuit QBMS gateways support some advanced payment gateway features.

Capture Charges from WooCommerce Order Admin ↑ Back to top

This extension allows you to authorize charges during checkout, then manually capture them later. You can do this via your Intuit QBMS control panel, or can easily do so from the WooCommerce Edit Order page.

You can read more about capturing charges with the plugin here.

Automatic Refund Support ↑ Back to top

Version 2.0.0 of Intuit Payments adds automatic refund support for both gateway modes. This means that refunds can be processed directly in WooCommerce without the merchant logging into his or her Intuit account.

You can read more about performing refunds with Intuit here.

Void Transaction Support ↑ Back to top

Transactions can be voided by using the same workflow as refunds. A void will occur if the transaction has been authorized, but not captured. In the case of Intuit, voids will also occur for authorized & captured transactions that have not yet been settled. As funds haven’t been transferred, a refund can’t truly be processed.

Voided transactions must be voided in full; partial voids are not accepted by Intuit. You can read more about voiding transactions here.

Saved Payment Methods ↑ Back to top

Customers can save payment methods during your checkout process or from the account section to use them in future checkouts, with Subscriptions, or for Pre-Orders. Note that customers cannot save payment methods if they checkout as a guest since there’s no account to assign cards to.

Customers can manage their saved payment methods by going to their My Account page and scrolling to the “My Payment Methods” section. From here they can set any available saved payment method as the default, add nicknames for payment methods, or click the “Delete” action to delete the payment method.

WooCommerce Intuit Payments enhanced saved payment methods
Saved payment methods

Customers can also add cards by clicking “Add Payment Method”. This will give them a form to securely save a payment method for future use without going through checkout. Both credit cards and eChecks are supported. You can read more about adding saved payment methods from the account here.

WooCommerce Intuit Payments: Add payment
Customer Add Saved Payment

Other Information ↑ Back to top

eCheck Support ↑ Back to top

eChecks are only available with the Intuit Payments gateway mode

If you have enabled eChecks on your Intuit account and within the plugin settings, customers will have the option to pay via Credit Card or eCheck. eCheck requires the customer to enter their bank routing number and bank account number. The billing first and last name entered during checkout is used as the Name on Account. eCheck information can automatically be saved on the customer’s account just like a credit card.

WooCommerce Subscriptions / Pre-Orders Support ↑ Back to top

This gateway fully-supports all features of WooCommerce Subscriptions and WooCommerce Pre-Orders with credit cards and eChecks. You should confirm that tokenization is enabled under the extension’s settings in order to use Subscriptions or Pre-Orders, but “Require Card Verification” should not be enabled.

Please also confirm that tokenization is available for your Intuit account with your representative (for both credit cards and eChecks, if you intend to use both). There may be a service charge to enable this.

When Subscriptions is used, the enhanced “My Payment Methods” table is also active to prevent deleting cards associated with a subscription. You can read about subscription saved methods here.

Saving Card Information ↑ Back to top

Credit card information is not stored on your server, rather it is tokenized and stored on Intuit’s secure servers, which reduces your PCI compliance burden. The only data that’s saved on your site are tokens, which are placeholders for the card information (similar to poker chips). These allow your merchant account, and only your account, to run transactions for saved cards.

You can manage customers’ saved payment method tokens on your site. You can read more about managing saved card tokens within your website here.

Detailed Decline Messages ↑ Back to top

When detailed decline messages are enabled, they will provide informative error messages to the customer at checkout when Intuit Payments or QBMS returns a useful response.

You can read more about detailed decline messages here.

Troubleshooting ↑ Back to top

Difficulty Connecting with Intuit Payments ↑ Back to top

When using Intuit Payments to process payments, you’ll need to set up your own app as described above. Sometimes, when trying to connect to this app, you may see a notice that says, “We’re sorry! We’re experiencing some problems. Please try again later.” There are 3 possible sources of this error:

  1. If your Intuit account has “Client ID” and “Client Secret” as the credentials, note that you must also have set up a Redirect URI. Please follow the steps above to do this.
  2. If you have set up a Redirect URL already, or do not have one in your Intuit account, this is most likely due to the plugin trying to use a different kind of connection than your Intuit app. If you’ve set up an Intuit developer account earlier than ~July 2017, you’re likely using OAuth 1.0, but newer accounts use OAuth 2.0 for connections. Unfortunately Intuit does not give us a way of knowing what OAuth version your app uses for its connection to your store, so sometimes we have unpreventable mismatches between the plugin and your app.

    The plugin will try to guess at your OAuth version based on when it was installed or configuration started, but you may need to force a different version. The plugin defaults to OAuth 2.0, which would mean your Intuit account is using a Client ID / Client Secret. If your Intuit app uses Consumer Key / Consumer Secret instead, you may need to force OAuth 1.0 in the plugin. Please add this snippet where you keep custom code.

  3. Finally, if you’ve tried this and you still see connection errors, you may be experiencing a different issue. If your error looks like this (note the additional, “We’re updating our platform…” text), this is due to some changes Intuit has made that cause a small number of new merchants to be unable to connect their Payments account to their app.

    Unfortunately, there is nothing our plugin can do here according to Intuit, as this is an issue on the Intuit side and something they need to correct 🙁 Intuit has noted this will only affect a small number of merchants, but if you do see this extra messaging, please contact your Intuit rep directly. Sadly, this error can only be addressed by Intuit, and your account in its current state cannot be used with their Payments API.

Other Issues ↑ Back to top

Having trouble? Follow these steps to make sure everything is setup correctly before posting a support request:

  1. Check that your Connection Ticket or App Key / Secret are correct.
  2. Double-check that your Connection Ticket or App Key / Secret are correct 😉
  3. Not able to use this with Pre-Orders / Subscriptions? See our FAQ.
  4. Enable debug mode to the plugin log and review the errors messages that Intuit is providing.
  5. Submit a support ticket, with the debug log as an attachment.

Testing the Gateway ↑ Back to top

If a you want to test the QBMS gateway, you can simply change the environment to test in the plugin’s settings and save the settings. You do not need to generate a new connection ticket — all the pre-filled information can be used.

If you want to test using your own app ID (which you’ve created following our guide, you will need to generate a connection ticket using your test app ID, not the app ID listed when switched over to test mode, as described in that document.

If you’d like to test the Intuit Payments gateway, please note that you should create sandbox / development credentials and connect to Intuit in the same manner that you’ve created Production credentials.

Frequently Asked Questions ↑ Back to top

Q: Why do I get errors while using the test/production environment?
A: Please confirm that you’re using a viable test connection ticket or sandbox app. You cannot use a production connection ticket for the test environment, nor can you use test credentials for the production environment. You can generate a test connection ticket in the same way that you generated a production ticket.

If you’re using the default app in test mode, you can also use the pre-filled testing information; you do not need a new connection ticket for test mode.


Q: Why can’t I use Intuit Payments / QBMS with Subscriptions or Pre-Orders? It’s supposed to be compatible!
A: If you don’t see QBMS as an option for use with these plugins, please ensure that “Require Card Verification” is not enabled to ensure Subscriptions and Pre-order support. This requires the CSC even for tokenized transactions, which means that the card can’t be used for Subscriptions or Pre-orders, so it should be left off.

If you don’t see Intuit Payments as an option, please ensure “Tokenization” is enabled in your gateway settings.


Q: Will this plugin send purchase details to my Quick Books Online account?
A: This plugin only serves as a payment gateway integration with Intuit’s QBMS payment processing services, so it cannot send transaction details to your Quick Books Online account.


Q: Do I have to refresh my connection to my Intuit app manually?
A: Nope! The plugin will do this for you automatically on a recurring basis.


Q: Is this plugin compatible with Intuit Pay?
A: According to Intuit Pay Support: at this time Intuit Pay does not have a facility for e-commerce integration. This is planned for a future update to the Intuit Pay system, but there is no firm ETA as of yet.


Q: Why can’t I view or copy my QBMS connection ticket code?
A: Chances are if this is happening, you created your Legacy QBMS own app to use this integration rather than using our default application. If you cannot open the window showing the connection ticket code, check for what kind of app you have set up. The app for your Web Store must be created as a desktop app, not a hosted app.

If this isn’t the case, please open a support ticket.


Q: Does this work with QuickBooks Payments?
A: Yes and no. Unfortunately, Intuit names many of their products the same way. This works with the eCommerce processing side of Intuit QuickBooks payments, which can be used with or without Quickbooks. The information on this service is here. Sometimes this is confused for another version of QuickBooks payments, which is done via QuickBooks online. This service will not work with our gateway integration (to the best of our knowledge).

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