Payments Widget

We provide a payment widget to help you get started with our payments API.


Not for production use

This widget is not for production use. It's an aid to help you get a basic prototype working to get you started

The widget can be embedded in a page you host via a script tag:

  data-clientid="your client id from our admin portal"
  data-redirecturi="the redirect uri that you have configured for the above client"
  data-posturi="/payment-result" // see details below
  data-payeeid="the payee id" // see details below
  data-payeename="Test Person"
  data-amount="1000" // in pence
  data-starttext="Text that will display at the start of the flow"
  data-choosertext="Text that displays on the bank chooser page"
  data-authuri="/payments/auth/" // see details below
  data-finishuri="/finish" // see details below

To enable the widget you need to provide 3 urls and 2 api endpoints:


  • Redirect uri: this must be one of the redirect uris configured for your API client, it must have the the above script tag.
  • Post uri: The url where the payment will be actually made, the OAuath code gets exchanged into a token
  • Finish uri: The url that the user will go to when they click "finish" at the end of the flow

API Endpoints:

  • Auth uri: This uri will receive a JSON post from the widget containing
  "bankId": "the chosen bank id"
    "nonce": "a random nonce value"
    "payeeId": "the payee id"
    "state": "a random state value"

It must return a JSON object with a single param:

  "uri": "the auth uri for the payment"

If you are using our Node.JS client you can generate that auth uri using this method:

const uri = await moneyhubPaymentsInstance.getPaymentAuthorizeUrl({
    bankId: req.body.bankId,
    payeeId: req.body.paymentId,
    amount: 100, // the amount in pence
    payeeRef: "Reference",
    payerRef: "Reference",
    state: req.body.state,
    nonce: req.body.nonce,

We suggest that you use a dynamic auth url so that you can retrieve the valid amount / reference for the payment.

  • Post uri: This uri will receive the auth params received in the browser after the user has authorised the payment. It will receive a JSON POST request with these values:
  "state": "the state value",
  "nonce": "the nonce value",
  "code": "the auth code",
  "id_token": "the id token"

With these values you can complete the payment. If you are using our Node.JS client you can use the following method:

const result = await moneyhubPaymentsInstance.exchangeCodeForTokens({
  paramsFromCallback: {
    state: req.body.state,
    code: req.body.code,
    id_token: req.body.id_token,
  localParams: {
    response_type: "code id_token",
    state: req.body.state,
    nonce: req.body.nonce,
const payment = await moneyhubPaymentsInstance.getPaymentFromIDToken({idToken: result.id_token})

A successful response should be returned for the widget to show a success screen.


This is an example of how the widget is rendered

Use Cases

The payments widget was used to build the following Charity donations flow