Integration with is a secure online payment platform operated by the U.S Department of Treasury that allows people to make payments to government agencies. With the integration, government agencies can sell event tickets and have applicants pay for these tickets from the Registration formWebsite, or My Tickets page.

This article will guide you on how to prepare and integrate your account with InEvent.

To integrate with InEvent, make sure you have set up your account. Click here to learn how to set up your account.

Integrating with InEvent

Once you have created and set up your account, you can proceed to integrate with InEvent. To do so, at the company level go to Integrations > You will need a certificate status and an App ID.

How does integration work?

Once you have successfully integrated the account with InEvent, attendees will be able to make payments on the Purchase form using the integration. Once attendees fill the Purchase form, they will be redirected to to make payment. offers the following payment options:

You can enable or disable any of the payment methods from the event level > Settings > Integrations > by ticking or unticking the corresponding boxes:
How does integration work?

  • Credit or Debit card: A credit or debit card payment can take up to 5 minutes to reflect payment. On InEvent's Payment page, the status of the transaction will show AUTHORIZED
    The daily total limit for Credit card payment is $24,999.99.
    Bank account (ACH): An ACH payment can take up to 2 business days to settle in and reflect on InEvent. On InEvent's Payment page, the status of the transaction will read IN_ANALYSIS pending its approval.
  • ACH has a limit of $99,999,999.99 per transaction.
    Paypal account: A PayPal payment can take up to 5 minutes to reflect payment. On InEvent's payment page, the status of the transaction will show AUTHORIZED.
  • Paypal has a limit of $10,000.00 per transaction. To learn more about’s payment limits, refer to this article.

Where can I view the payments?

All payments can be tracked and approved from the Payments page. To do so, simply click on Reports > Payments at the company level or Marketing > Tickets > Payments at the event level. On this page, you will see the following information:

  • Event ID: Uniques ID associated with the event.
  • Company: The name of the company, as well as the event's project code. A project code is created uniquely for each event based on the questions answered on the booking form.
  • Tracking ID: Unique tracking code associated with the type of financial transaction. In this column, you will have the tracking ID and InEvent tracking ID.
  • Person: Name of person and company provided by the attendee for billing.
  • Date: Date and time of ticket purchase.
  • Type: Type of payment transaction.
  • Status: Status of ticket purchase.
  • Total: The total amount paid by the attendee after discount (if applicable).
Where can I find the project code?

To find the project code, go to Settings > Integrations >

How can I issue a payment refund?

To issue a payment refund, follow the steps below:

  1. Navigate to the Reports > Payment page
  2. On the Payments page, click on the blue Open payment details button beside the payment you wish to issue a refund.
  3. Scroll down the Payment details pop-up box to locate Refund order.
  4. Press the Issue refund button. A pop-up box will be displayed.
  5. Click Refund on the Refund Order pop-up box to finalize issuing the payment refund.

  • If refunding a credit card payment type, it will be refunded automatically from the platform and status will show REFUNDED.
  • If refunding an ACH or PayPal payment type, the status will show REFUNDED on the platform, but the amount will have to be manually refunded to the attendee.

Issuing a refund

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