June API Release: Cards API, Gift Cards API, & Disputes API

Cards API is here!

No matter which Payments API you’re using, now you can store, retrieve, and charge a single card on file on behalf of multiple sellers. Plus, Cards API includes webhooks to notify you of new, disabled, and updated cards and you can use the API to keep stored cards up-to-date as expirations and account numbers change. Learn more in the Cards API documentation and blog post, and let us know if you have any questions.

Gift Cards API is available in beta!

We’re thrilled to share that Gift Cards API is now available in beta. Create, redeem, track and reload gift cards seamlessly–helping sellers bring in new customers and drive incremental sales. Plus, other features include gift card on file, webhooks and the capability to sell discounted gift cards.

To get started, check out:

If you have any questions or feedback, please let us know here or join our Slack community to chat with us.

Disputes API now generally available

Disputes API automates the payment disputes process, from retrieving dispute information to submitting evidence that defends the validity of a payment. Since beta, we’ve released new DISPUTES_READ and DISPUTES_WRITE permissions and added additional alerting and monitoring to improve the experience. Get started with our Disputes API documentation and don’t hesitate to ask questions here or in our Slack community.