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|Note that @Quick is outdated since July 31, 2017.|
|Thus it is no longer supported by Wirecard.|
@Quick is an electronic and popular purse system available on Austrian bank cards to allow small purchases to be made without cash. The system, which was introduced in Austria in 1996, is aimed at small retailers and is intended for purchases of less than EUR 400,00.
At ATMs, an amount of up to EUR 400,00 can be transferred for free to the @Quick chip, either on a standalone smart card, or contained in the bank card. Currently the scheme is operated by SIX Payment Services and most of the Maestro cards in use contain @Quick support, while new ones are not issued without this function. When paying online, the amount is simply deducted from the @Quick chip, without any need to provide a PIN code or signature.
Please visit Quick for further information and details.
For a visual representation of the order flow behavior and associated transaction-based operations of this payment method we invite you to have a look at the respective order flow diagram.
The optional request parameters
orderReference are more restricted with regard to their length and allowed characters than are other general request parameters.
|Parameter||Data type||Short description|
|customerStatement||ASCII with a variable length of up to 254 characters.||Text displayed on bank statement issued to your consumer by the financial service provider.|
|orderReference||ASCII with a variable length of up to 128 characters.||Unique order reference ID sent from merchant to financial institution.|