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Updates to the Pinch Payments Zapier integration

Re-Introducing the Pinch Payments Zapier integration.

The Pinch Payments Zapier integration has had some major updates!


With the latest updates to the Pinch Payments Zapier integration, users now have access to a plethora of new Triggers and Actions, opening up a world of possibilities for automation. From Realtime Payment Events to Bank Results Events, the ability to create seamless connections between Pinch and over 6000 other applications is now easier than ever. Whether you need to track Payer activity, manage Subscriptions, or ensure the success of scheduled payments, the Pinch Zapier integration offers a streamlined solution for all your automation needs.

Say goodbye to manual tasks and hello to efficiency with the power of Zapier at your fingertips.

8 New Triggers:

  • Realtime Payment Event is triggered when a new Realtime Payment is created in Pinch.
  • Scheduled Payments Processed Event is triggered when scheduled payments are processed.
  • Bank Results Event is triggered when a bank account transaction returns (as these take time to process) and could result in a dishonour status. If you are taking bank account transactions you will need to listen for this event otherwise you may miss failed payments.
  • Payer Created Event is triggered when a new Payer is created in Pinch.
  • Payer Updated Event is triggered when a Payer is updated in Pinch (This includes a Payment Source being added)
  • Subscription Created Event is triggered when a Subscription is created for a Payer.
  • Subscription Cancelled Event is triggered when a Subscription is cancelled.
  • Subscription Completed Event is triggered when a Subscription is run to completion.

1 New Action:

  • Create Subscription action allows the ability to add a Payer to a Payment Plan for recurring payments.


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