Mexico banks via SafetyPay

Mexican bank transfers can be done via the following banks:








Payment Method Properties

Available country codesMX
Processing (Presentation) currenciesUSD
Settlement currenciesUSD
Consumer currenciesMXN
Channel member tagsafetypay
Scheme name in the settlement fileSafetyPay
Minimum transaction amountno limit
Maximum transaction amountAfirme - up to MXN 215,000

Banorte - up to MXN 215,000

BBVA - up to MXN 199,000

HSBC - up to MXN 215,000

Santander - up to MXN 215,000

Scotiabank - up to MXN 215,000

SPEI - up to MXN 199,000

Methods are greyed out (disabled) on the checkout page if the requested amount is greater than the maximum allowed by the method.
Session timeout36 hours. Customizable in the payment request.
RefundFull, partial and multiple partial refunds are all available.
Refund Validity90 days
Integration TypeAsynchronous



Safetypay does not support processing in local currencies. Processing and settlement are done in USD. The consumer pays in the local currency and supports the foreign exchange costs.

Transaction Flow


Specific input parameters for the TRANSACTION call

Field NameM/O/CTypeDescription
specin.emailOasciiThe RFC-compliant email address of the account holder
specin.timeoutOasciiThe transaction timeout in minutes. Encourages the consumer behavior to pay within a certain timeframe. The default is 2160 minutes.
specin.paymentmethodOasciiMust be set to online to enable the online bank transfer payment channel. No other values are required or accepted.

If empty/null, all bank and cash payment methods will be made available.

For standard input parameters, see Input parameters for the TRANSACTION call.



This payment method is available for the USD currency and the MX country code.

Specific input parameters for the REFUND call

Field NameM/OTypeDescription
specin.emailMasciiThe RFC-compliant email address of the account holder. It is mandatory for the following country codes: BR, CL, EC, MX, PE.

Specific output parameters for the TRANSACTION call

This payment method will emit the SPECOUT.PAYMENTPURPOSE output parameter. This parameter reflects what appears on the consumer's bank statement (when supported by the consumer's bank).

For standard output parameters, see Output parameters for the TRANSACTION call.

TRANSACTION call input

&accountholdername=John Doe
&[email protected]

TRANSACTION call output