Payment Link

Payment Links are a lightweight way to provide Procuret as a payment option. They take the form of web link that takes a customer to the Procuret payment portal. The portal adopts your business branding.

Here is an example of what your customer will see if they click the link:

Screenshot of the Procuret payment portal, using example branding. Your links will use your business branding.

You can share Payment Links with customers any way you like. You can add them to emails, send them as texts, add them to your website, or share them any other way you would share any web link.

Procuret can send an Payment Link to your customer on your behalf in response to some event. For example, after a customer has made an order on your website. This capability is optional.

There are a few ways to create an Payment Link:

Via your Supplier dashboard

First, login to your Supplier dashboard . If you don't yet have an account, sign up and our team will be in touch immediately.

Inside your Supplier dashboard, select the "Payment Links" tool:

Screenshot of the Supplier dashboard, with the Payment Links tool circled

Select the "Create" button in the top right. Then, fill in the details of the invoice you would like paid. Enter the customer's email address. Finally, choose whether you would like Procuret to send an email to the customer on your behalf. Tick the box to send an email.

Screenshot of the Payment Link creation tool, with example data

If you choose to send an email, the email will adopt your company branding:

Screenshot of an Payment Link email, with example branding

You can manage Payment Links by selecting each one from the link list. Inside, you will find the URL that was email to your customer. You can copy the URL and share it any way you like. You can also see if the customer has clicked on the link, and when.

Screenshot of a the Payment Link management screen, showing clicks on the link and other information.

That's it for creating Payment Links with the Supplier dashboard. Read on to learn about creating links manually, or in code.

Manual Link Creation

To create an Payment Link manually, add optional parameters to a URL beginning with:[YOUR_LONG_SUPPLIER_ID]


Your contact at Procuret will provide you with your long and short supplier IDs.

You can add various parameters to personalise a link for a particular customer. All parameters are optional, and may be added in any combination. We recommend you provide as many parameters as possible, to save the customer manual data entry.

Parameter Example
first_name Joe
last_name Citizen
email joe@citizen.mail
ii (Invoice ID) INV001
ia (Invoice amount) 42000
id (Invoice Denomination) AUD or NZD
in See Reference Type section below

A link that used the email, invoice ID, and invoice amount parameters listed above would appear as follows:[YOUR_SHORT_SUPPLIER_ID]&email=joe@citizen.mail&ii=INV001&ia=42000

When clicked, the link will present the Procuret payment portal. The above example would appear as follows. In this case, we use SMAI branding as an example. Your own links will present your own branding.

Reference Types

You can use the "in" parameter to control the name of the reference ID displayed to the customer. By default, Procuret will refer to the purchase as being related to an "invoice". You can also use the term "order" or "reference", and Procuret will adapt various text to suit these terms.

The values available for the "in" parameter are:

Value Term
1 Invoice (Default)
2 Order
3 Shopify Order
4 Reference
5 Quote

For example, add "&in=2" to the link to cause the interface to refer to an "Order" rather than an "Invoice".

Use a Library

Procuret provides open source code that can form Payment Links for you, and send emails to customers on your behalf. Check out our code libraries and look for the InstalmentLink class in your chosen language.

If we do not presently provide a library for your preferred language or platform, please write to us at We will happily create a library for you.

We're here to help

For assistance in crafting Payment Links using any method, please write to us at