• Our Getting Started Guide explains all the stages of launching your programme with Thredd. It takes you through the entire process, from scoping the project to going live.

    View our Getting Started Guide.

  • In our Technical Documentation hub, you’ll find all our current and previous documents which cover developer information, transaction reporting and management, card configuration and more.

    View our Technical Documentation.

  • Our Developer Portal contains a full list of the products and services we offer. From security and risk mitigation to card integration, explore our entire offering in one place.

    View our Products and Services page.

  • Our Products and Services page includes all our product sheets.

    View our product sheets.

  • Our Developer Integration page has all the information you need to make integration easy, with guides to our web services (SOAP), API, card status codes and more.

    View our Developer Integration page.  

  • There are three stages to setting up on the test environment: getting access, testing your integration, and creating a CHIP profile. Follow our step-by-step guide to get started.

    View our Set up on the Test Environment guide.


  • Developers will find all the information they need on our Documentation Portal. It includes a range of guides and information to help speed up your integration to Thredd.

    View our Documentation Portal.

  • Explore our Cards API Website for in-depth information on integrating our cards using API. Discover step-by-step instructions to getting started, an introduction to cards and cardholders, a guide to 3D Secure enrolment, and more.

    View our Cards API Website.

  • We have a detailed FAQ page for questions about the Documentation Portal and the available technical documentation. If you’re still unsure, don’t hesitate to get in touch with us. 

    View our Frequently Asked Questions.

  • Our Developer Integration page has all the information you need to make integration easy, with guides to our web services (SOAP), API, card status codes and more.

    View our Developer Integration page.

  • Explore our comprehensive glossary for clear explanations of technical payments terms.

    View our Glossary.

Issuer processing.

  • We’re partnered with a range of card manufacturers all over the world. Explore our list of supported card manufacturers, including their region and functionality.

    View our Card Manufacturers.

  • A cardholder is created as part of the card-launching process, and without a separate API call to a cardholder. Follow the guides for more information.

    View information on Creating a Cardholder and Creating a Card.

  • To update a customer’s personal details – such as name, address, contact details, etc – you need to capture any details which have changed, identify the customer’s card, and make an update card request.

    View information on Updating Card Details.

  • If you’ve launched a virtual card and want to convert it to a physical one, you need to make an API call to identify its public token. Follow the step-by-step guide on converting cards below.

    View information on Converting a Card from Virtual to Physical.

  • Tokenisation is a security technology which replaces the 16-digit permanent account number (PAN) on a physical card with a unique payment token (a digital PAN or DPAN) that can be used in payments, preventing the need to expose or store actual card details.

    View our Tokenisation Service Guide.

  • Our API Explorer provides the API endpoints, code examples and field details you need to submit requests. We provide a Postman Collection, which you can download and use for trying the Cards API.

    Note: we provide restricted access to our API to ensure the security of our environments. Please contact us to request access.

    View our API Explorer.

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