Bank Of Beirut Payments - Magento 2

Bank Of Beirut Payments Magento 2 supports Merchant API, Hosted Payment Page. Support MiGS VPC and 3D Secure

Compatible With
Community: 2.0, 2.1, 2.2, 2.3
Enterprise: 2.0, 2.1, 2.2, 2.3


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Bank of Beirut Payments - Magento 2 extension allows you to use Bank of Beirut as a credit card processor, using their fully integrated API process. You can process Visa and Mastercard by default, and can optionally accept American Express, Diners Club and JCB after further activation by Bank of Beirut.

Bank of Beirut Payments - Magento 2 extension is a complete payment gateway solution which offers a reliable way to accept payments and keep your customers’ card data secure, protecting your business and customers from fraud.

Bank of Beirut Payments - Magento 2 extension keeps your customers’ card data secure with 128-bit encryption, CVV2 checking and, if you request it, 3D Secure, so they can shop with confidence.

The extension is including 2 methods:

Bank of Beirut (2-Party Payments): It allows your customer to purchase directly from your site using Credit Cards.

Bank of Beirut Hosted Server (3rd Party Payments): Redirect to the payment gateway website for credit card entry, then redirect back to your confirmation page once successful.


- Support Merchant Server API (2-Party Payments) - collect card details directly in your checkout and post directly to Bank of Beirut payment gateway

- Support Hosted Payment Page (3-Party Payments) - redirect to Bank of Beirut payment page for credit card entry, then redirect back to your confirmation page once successful.

- Support MasterCard internet Gateway Service (MiGS)  & Virtual Payment Client (VPC)

- Support 3D Secure (Apply to Visa and MasterCard only)

- Capture New Sales 

- Create Invoice Automatically

Additional Information about Bank of Beirut

Bank of Beirut is a commercial bank in Beirut, Lebanon. It was founded in 1963 as Realty Business Bank S.A.L. and 10 years later, in 1973, changed its name to Bank of Beirut. In 1993, a group of bankers and businessmen headed by Salim Sfeir, the current Chairman and CEO, acquired the five branches bank, which ranked 35 out of the 71 banks operating that year, and in 1997, Bank of Beirut was listed on the Beirut Stock Exchange.

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Extract the file into your Magento root directory. The module will be installed under app/code/PL/Beirut/
From a terminal, run the following commands:
php bin/magento setup:upgrade
php bin/magento setup:static-content:deploy
php bin/magento cache:clean


Version 2.0.1

Initial version, released 3 July, 2016

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