Who can register online?

Our new online registration process allows you to register online in minutes for access to Elavon Connect.

Simply click here to register. Once you have completed the online registration you can login and begin using the service immediately.

Online registration is available to all Elavon account holders:

  • Small to medium size businesses and large corporate account customers who hold a valid Elavon Merchant ID.

What do you need to complete registration online?

You will need to ensure that you know or have the following before beginning the process:

  • Merchant Identification Number or MID
  • Parent Chain if applicable
  • Client Group if applicable
  • Bank Account Number

You can find all of the above on your Elavon Merchant Billing Statement.

We will be sending you important documentation by e-mail so you also will have to provide your email address to complete the registration.

How does online registration work?

You will be asked to enter information which we will then validate against our records.

Once we have validated this information we will send you an email containing a link for you to create your own password. Click on the link and you can now create your password. That’s it. You can then log in to Elavon Connect with your email address and password that you have just created.

You will be asked to review and accept the Terms and of Use and our Cookies Policy.

What services are available?

Registering for Elavon Connect also gives you online access to your statements, reporting and additional benefits such as Help Centre and Industry Updates.

 

 

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