1) Create a SnapScan Account
To make use of SnapScan payment options in Craft Pay, you'll have to register as a merchant with SnapScan. It’s really easy and this guide will show you exactly what to do. If you’re already a SnapScan merchant, skip ahead to point 2, otherwise, read on.
Sgn up right now via their Merchant Portal. They'll need your business information, your bank details, and FICA/KYC documentation. Once your account is verified, you can integrate SnapScan into your Craft invoices automatically.
You can complete the entire registration process online. Their team will review your account within one business day and will email you if they need anything further.
Since the whole process is completed remotely, a cool-down period of 7 days applies to all new merchants, which means you'll receive your first settlement after the first week of accepting payments.
See here for more info about creating a SnapScan merchant account.
2) Find Your SnapCode
Once your SnapScan account has been created and verified, you’ll need to grab your unique SnapCode and put it into your Craft Pay settings.
You can find your SnapCode in SnapScan, by navigating to Payment methods and then to Your SnapCodes in your SnapScan menu. You will then see your SnapCode, which you can copy and paste into your Craft Pay page in your Craft settings. Please do NOT enter the SnapLink.