How can I make test/sandbox payments?

Created by Isaac Harper, Modified on Fri, 01 Dec 2023 at 12:56 PM by Isaac Harper

If you're integrating with the Toolkit or just getting to grips with it, you might want to test out the payment flows without needing real bank accounts or the transfer of real fund. 

You can do this by selecting the recipient account as the Sandbox bank which we make available to all Fena Toolkit users

Once you then initiate a payment, just follow the below instructions:

Bank selection

First, select the Sandbox bank you want to use. We recommend Natwest. Once you select it, you'll see some sandbox credentials and instructions listed above it:

Hit the continue button, then scroll down past the QR code and hit "Continue on desktop". This will launch the sandbox bank.

Natwest Sandbox / RBS sandbox

RBS and Natwest sandbox work in exactly the same way, and have the same login credentials. First, they will ask you for a customer number, this is 123456789012. Type this into the "Customer number" field and hit continue

Then it will ask you to input numbers from your pin and password. In each case, just copy the number above the input box. So in the below, the pin numbers would be 5 7 2, and the password 4 3 6

You'll then be logged in, and you can choose one of the accounts to pay from, and either hit continue to make the payment, or cancel.

Please note: If you find that the account is running low on funds, please contact

TSB Sandbox

For single payments, the User ID is testuser12. So select the account type, add the User ID and then hit continue

After this, you can just fill in the password, memorable information, and one time password with anything. After this, just choose the bank account, and then hit either continue or cancel.

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