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Supported Payment Methods and Credit/Debit Cards


  • Credit/Debit Card
  • Tokenized Card
  • iDeal (Netherlands)
  • Boleto Bancario (Brazil)
  • ACH (Electronic Check)
  • Direct Debit
  • SEPA (Single Euro Payments Area)

Alternate Payment Methods

  • Giropay
  • Tokenized Direct Debit
  • Klarna
  • Tokenized Klarna
  • Qiwi
  • Tokenized Qiwi
  • Yandex


  • Recurring payments are supported for all of the above APMs (alternate payment methods) except for Yandex.
  • Refund transactions are supported for all APMs.


  • Visa
  • MasterCard
  • American Express
  • Discover
  • Diners Club/Carte Blanche
  • JCB (Japan Credit Bureau)
  • UnionPay ExpressPay

Supported Features

Account Updater

The Adyen Account Updater has been enhanced to support both credit card (pay method = 1) and tokenized credit card (pay method = 13) transactions.

This includes the following status enhancements:

Record Status Pay Method = 1 Pay Method = 13
CardExpiryChanged To update new expiration month and year To update new expiration month and year


(Primary Account Number)

No change – Customer needs to provide the new card info in Aria
  • Clear the existing suffix value.
  • Update new expiration month and year.
There are no changes for the remaining statuses (CloseAccount, NoChange and Error), and those statuses are now also applicable for pay method =13.

Email Template Updates

A new Email template class has been introduced (message class C3) called "Credit Card Update Required." This notifies the account holder that their account number has changed and no longer matches the credit card on file.

For more information on Email template classes, please click here.

Event Notification Updates

Two events have been added in support of the Adyen Account Updater (under the Account Notifications class). They are:

Event Name Description
Account Message Type “Credit Card Update Required” Requires Sending System determination that account message type “Credit Card Update Required” requires sending.
Message Type “Credit Card Update Required” Sent to Account Holder Account message type “Credit Card Update Required” was sent to account holder.

To view events in the Account Notifications class, please click here.

Aria Configuration Fields

  • Adyen Merchant Account: Name that identifies the client to the Adyen server. This name/value is provided by your Adyen support representative.  
  • Adyen User ID: User name for authenticating requests sent to the Adyen server or to log in to the Adyen Customer Area.
  • Adyen Password: Password for authenticating requests sent to the Adyen server or to log in to the Adyen Customer Area.
  • API URL: The client URL where API calls are directed. If you want to use 3D Secure (3DS) authentication 2.0, set this field to  v49. Please contact your payment gateway representative for more information.
  • Notification URL: The client URL where notifications are directed.
  • Notification User ID: User name for HTTP authentications that the client receives.
  • Notification Password: Password for HTTP authentications that the client receives.
  • Notification HMAC: Hash-based Message Authentication Codes (HMAC) can be used as an extra layer of security for data verification and message authentication for notifications. To enable HMAC signing of the Adyen notifications for additional security, use the following steps:
  1. Log in to the Adyen Customer Area (CA) and navigate to Settings > Server Communication.
  2. For standard notification, click Edit & Test.
  3. Expand Additional Settings.
  4. Click Generate New HMAC Key, and copy the key into the Notification HMAC field in Aria to use it for your server configuration.
  • Payer Authentication Settings: If you want to use 3DS 2.0, complete any fields under Payer Authentication Settings. Please contact your payment gateway representative for more information.

Configuration Notes

  • The capture delay in the Adyen environment should be set to “Manual.”
  • Use the Adyen Customer Area for chargeback dispute management.
  • For reconciliation, we recommend building notifications capability to accept Adyen settlement reports.


  • Adyen Customer Area: Log in to your Adyen merchant account.
  • Developer Resources: Documentation of test cards, payment modifications, notifications, live endpoints, libraries, API idempotency, currency codes, refusal reasons, payments with pending status, and response handling.

Regarding Processor/Gateway Integration Certifications

If you previously implemented a custom payment processor/gateway integration, you likely completed a certification process with that processor/gateway. Aria maintains certifications with each of the processors with which it integrates. Though you may wish to certify your Aria-related processor/gateway integration before going live on Aria, this is not necessary and could add significant time and Services costs to your Aria implementation process. Please consult your Aria Implementation representative for more detailed information.

Regarding Processor- and Gateway-specific Information

All Processor- and Gateway-specific information provided on Developer Central exists as publicly accessible information from the respective companies, and is presented here for your convenience. We update this information from time to time as necessary.

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