If you already have an Internet Merchant Account (IMA) at your bank, which allows you to authorize direct card payments to your bank account, then PayPal Payflow Pro would be the online equivalent of your in-store card-swipe/keypad terminal for card payment authorizations. If you do not already have a merchant account at your bank and also wish to accept regular PayPal account-based payments, you may wish to consider using E-junkie with PayPal Payments Advanced or PayPal Payments Pro instead of Payflow Pro.
Click Account Administration at the top of the page;
Click Manage Users;
Click the appropriate underlined User Login hyperlink;
Note down your Partner, Merchant Login, and User Login credentials;
Log into your E-junkie Seller Admin and then visit this link to enter those credentials along with your Transaction Password.
Explanation of your PayPal Manager credentials:
Partner: maximum 50 characters - this identifies the Internet Merchant Account (IMA) provider where you will receive card-based payments authorized by Payflow Pro;
Merchant Login: maximum 20 characters - this should be your main PayPal Manager login username (which is different from the login email for your regular PayPal account, if you have one);
User: maximum 50 characters - this should be the username you want to use for transaction processing, such as a secondary account you may have added to your PayPal Manager (as we recommend for security, see below), or otherwise this would be the same as your Merchant Login;
Transaction Password: maximum 16 characters, must be alphanumeric (letters and numbers only, no punctuation or other symbols) - this should be the password for the username you provided in the User Login field;
Your default Transaction Password is initially the same as the password you use to log into your PayPal Manager account for PayFlow Pro;
To keep things more secure, we strongly recommend that you maintain a PayPal Manager user account for processing transactions that is separate from your main PayPal Manager login. You can do that by going to Account Administration > Manage Users and using the Add User link to create a separate user login. You should assign this user login the API_FULL_TRANSACTIONS privilege so that E-junkie can properly submit transactions with it, but it won't be able to log into your PayPal Manager account to access your confidential data there. See this help page for further details and instructions.
This page added by E-junkieChef on August 11th, 2010 @ 1:25 am GMT -7 Updated by E-junkieGuru on July 30th, 2014 @ 3:01 pm GMT -7