We have several different API endpoints that you can use.
How to use the diagrams
In each diagram, navigate from the central bubble that is the base endpoint, then to the method (GET, POST, PUT, and DELETE), and then to any additional path parameters.
Each of the connections also has a short description of the operation.
However, some operations just use the base endpoint. For those, the method is given and then a pointer to a blank path parameter, which is meant to indicate that you do not add anything else for the described operation. These also have a parenthetical attached that gives the name of the operation as specified in the API.
View diagrams for the following endpoint groups:
payout endpoint is used to send a request from the payer (merchant or business, for example) to fund a recipient’s balance, wallet, or account. The endpoint group also allows for creating recipient records as well as viewing existing payouts and recipients.
pay endpoint is for card and e-check transactions, as well as retail transactions.
apm endpoint is for transactions with alternative payment methods.
auth endpoint logs in trusted users for retail transactions.
subscription endpoint is for subscription and payment plan transactions.
transaction endpoint is for getting reports about transactions.
recovery endpoint is for decline recovery operations.
chargeback endpoint is for working with chargebacks and disputes.
user endpoint is for working with Nexio user accounts.
webhook endpoint is for working with webhooks.
Updated 8 months ago