Blackthorn Payments Factsheet

Explore Blackthorn Payments features and check supported payment methods in this shareable PDF.

Stripe Checkout

  • Expand your Global Reach
    Introducing Stripe Checkout for PayLink. Offer customers a quick, seamless checkout experience optimized for their device and location.
  • Support More Currencies & Languages
    25+ languages and 135+ currencies supported
  • Optimized for Faster Conversion
    Auto-populates the payment method most likely to lead to conversion based on your customer’s location. Presents option to connect to either Apple Pay or Google Pay based on your customer’s device.
  • Faster Input and Fewer Errors
    Reduce inefficiencies with buyer-friendly features: auto-completes address, validates card information in real-time, provides descriptive error messages, and auto-identifies card brand.
  • No Limit on Gateway Connections
    You can connect a virtually unlimited number of payment gateways to your Salesforce org with Blackthorn. You can even connect multiple accounts from the same provider (such as multiple Stripe accounts)!

Our Spreedly Integration

We have three tiers of gateways supported via our Spreedly Integration: Supported, Potentially Supported, and Unsupported.

Supported Providers
These providers have had all functionality tested and vetted by our engineering team, and are fully cleared for all use cases

  • Spreedly Test
  • Cybersource

Potentially Supported Providers
These providers have been used by customers for successful transactions. Charges may work, but full functionality may not be supported as it has not been tested by our engineering team.

  • Orbital
  • Paypal
  • Litle
  • Elavon
  • Cardconnect
  • eWAY
  • Fat Zebra
  • Payflow Pro
  • Braintree
  • Sage

Unsupported Gateways and Functionality
The following are not currently supported with our Spreedly integration.

  • Any gateway not mentioned above
  • Apple and Google Pay
  • Webhooks
  • ACH outside Spreedly Test Gateway

Interested in using a gateway that isn’t on this list? Just ask! Your sales or customer support representative can help you out.