This guide outlines the necessary steps to connect your Pagos and dLocal accounts. For more information on connecting Pagos to other payment processors, see our Connecting Your Payment Processors to Pagos guide.
After you successfully connect your accounts, we’ll import your payments data from dLocal into Pagos once a day via a secure file transfer protocol (SFTP), starting with the first day of the successful connection. We can also import historical payments data upon request; reach out to your Pagos account team and dLocal relationship manager for more information.
Pagos will host an SFTP server for importing your payments data from your dLocal account into Pagos. To authenticate you with our SFTP server, your Pagos account manager will provide you with the SFTP Host and Username. Share these values with your dLocal relationship manager and have them email us your public key in turn.
Once we establish the SFTP location, send the following report to that location on a daily basis:
To ensure the successful transfer of your daily reports from dLocal to Pagos, always send your data from the following dLocal IP addresses:
dLocal may also need to allowlist the following Pagos IP addresses. Contact your relationship manager for assistance:
Updated about 2 months ago