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Our direct debit management tools: API & Dashboard




Once your mandates have been signed and your payments sent, you can follow and monitor your activity with our management tools:


The SlimPay Dashboard is a SaaS tool accessible on any web browser (Google Chrome, Safari, etc.). The Dashboard has all the features you need to manage mandates, direct debits, card payments, refunds and reports.

The Dashboard is built on the SlimPay REST API.

NB: View our Dashboard Release Notes!

Gaining access:

  • Login
  • Password




The web API (Application Programming Interface) allows creditors to automate their payment flows and integrate our features into their own tools or web apps.

You’ll find everything you need to know in our Dev Center.


Gaining access:

  • App name
  • App secret



These tools allow you to:

Manage your customers' information

This means managing signed mandates (regardless of the signature type). You can view, download, amend and revoke mandates. A mandate report is available to extract your signed mandate base.

You can also get an overview of each of your customers (mandates, direct debits, schedule, etc.).


Manage your payments

You have the option to view and manage your failed payments (R-Transactions).

The management tools are also available to offer your customers a full or partial refund.


Manage your payment account

You can access your account balance and other essential balances by managing your activity: available funds, minimum balance, variable reserve, etc.

You can transfer funds from your payment account straight to your business account with our tools.

We also provide a report on your account (which resembles a bank statement). The account statements can be generated either automatically at the desired frequency (daily, weekly, monthly, twice-monthly, annually) or manually via the SlimPay Dashboard. 

The file-based account statements (in either .csv or xml camt.053 format) are available in the merchant’s personal SFTP space. This camt.053 file can then be injected into an accounting system to establish a reconciliation.



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