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Getting Vantiv tokens

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    Danae MacLeod

    Hi there,

    Thanks for your question! 

    It sounds like you have customer details coming into Spreedly, but you have a case where you need to send that card data to be tokenized at the gateway level as well so that your customer can initiate charges straight from their Vantiv account. You can accomplish this with Spreedly by using Third Party Vaulting:

    https://docs.spreedly.com/guides/third-party-vaulting/

    By following the steps above, we'll return a Vantiv token for you. You can take that token and give it to the third party, who can then transfer it into their Vantiv setup and transact against it. This process does not fall under PCI scope.

    Let me know if you have any questions about this process; I'm happy to help!

    Best,

    Danae

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    AcceptEmail Support

    Hi Danae,

    Great, that seems what we're looking for. If we just want to have the third party tokens, do we need to get ourselves a Payment Vault plan at Spreedly?

    Geerten

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    Danae MacLeod

    Hi Geerten,

    Yes, the vaulting service would be necessary if you'd like to use this process. Third Party Vaulting will store payment methods in the Spreedly Vault as Third Party Tokens. Once you confirm the data exists in Vantiv, you can delete the Third Party Tokens from your Spreedly vault, if you wish. Routinely removing payment methods in Spreedly that are duplicated in Vantiv can help manage the cost of your subscription.
     
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    Danae
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