Lemonway changelog
Lemonway changelog

Important notification for your Tech/IT department




As part of our continued commitment to protect our environment and your data, and to remain compliant in the continually evolving world of security it is necessary for us to make modifications to the security of our API and dashboards.

As the security standards have evolved, we are required to remove two outdated ciphers from our API


This will mean we will only accept connections from clients using the following

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For compliance reasons this change will take effect as from 8th August 2022. Please make sure your systems can use the supported protocols and ciphers, especially when using older libraries.

Our teams remain at your disposal to answer your questions via our dedicated contact form.

Discover your new dashboard design




We are happy to present you the new dashboard design revamped. Dashboard has been given a fresh new look to make monitoring, reporting and navigation easier!


Health Insurance Cards no longer accepted for KYC




Today we're talking KYC!

In accordance with applicable laws and regulation, we hereby inform you that Lemonway will no longer accept Health Insurance Cards for KYC purposes from June 1st 2022.

As we understand that this might impact your current process and that time is needed to make the relevant changes, Health Insurance Cards will continue to be accepted until the due date.

The complete list of required documents is available in our Support Center for France and other EU countries.

Updates on SDD process


API Method Update




We are happy to announce 2 improvements regarding our SEPA Direct Debit process:

  • For all SEPA Direct Debits: we fixed a small issue in the REST API. The field scheduledDatewill now correctly be filled in by Lemonway in the answer of the API call Request a SEPA Direct Debit (SDD)

  • For B2B mandates on Italian bank accounts - first debit only: There is now an irreducible 2-week delay between first debit request & its execution date. Therefore, in case of asked collection date too early, Lemonway is updating the field scheduledDate in answer of the API call Request a SEPA Direct Debit (SDD)

Dashboard is now available in German




Dear German speaking partners, we are happy to announce that the dashboard has been translated in your language. In addition to English, Spanish, French and Italian, it is now available in image.png German!


Spanish Virtual IBAN now available


New Feature


API Method Update




Virtual IBANs can now be generated for Spainimage.png along with Belgium image.png,

France image.png, Italy image.png and Germany image.png

How to generate one ?

Via the Dashboard

  • Accounts > Account details > Payment methods > Virtual IBAN > + GENERATE A VIRTUAL IBAN

Via the API

  • API v2: Create Dedicated Virtual IBANs
  • API v1: CreateIBAN: Create a Dedicated Virtual IBAN

Get a better view on your activity with the Reports section




To help you get a better idea of your payment activity, you will now find in the Reports section some insightful information about Money-In, Money-Out, payment methods, commissions and chargebacks.

Charts will show you the overall trend and you will get more details on hover of each element. You will also be able to select your preferred time period and granularity (daily, weekly, monthly or yearly) for tailored analysis.

Please note that for performance matters, data cannot be streamed and will only be updated once a day (current day will not be displayed).

Please note that if you created specific roles for your users, you will have to add the Reports permission to their role.

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New information required for Recurring Card Payments


API Method Update


In order to always better protect your end-users against fraud, Le Groupement des cartes bancaires CB, also named 'GIE CB' which includes all French Issuing Banks, shared some new guidelines regarding recurring card payments.

First, how do recurring payments work?

In order to set up Card Recurring Payments, you necessarily take a first standard payment from your customer. It allows you to capture their card information and verify that the payer is indeed the cardholder (3-D Secure authentication). Once the first transaction is successfully completed, you are free to initiate the following recurring payments.

What changes?

  1. For the first Client Initiated Transaction of Recurring Payments, you will now be required to send the following additional information:

a. You will need to indicate that this first transaction is the one to initialize Recurring Payments

b. You will also need to communicate the average amount of the Ne Recurring Transactions if the amount of the Recurring Payments is higher than the one of the first transaction

  1. Considering the sensitivity of these transactions, 3-D Secure authentication will now be mandatory for the first client transaction (we will need to force 'CHALLENGE' and there will be no FRICTIONLESS).

How can you implement these changes?

To complete this information, 2 new parameters were integrated in API calls for Client Initiated Transactions – see API documentation links below

  • paymentPattern > Possibles values: Recurring or One_shot
  • recurringAvgAmount > to be completed if higher than totalAmount

API documentation:

SOAP: MoneyInWebInit - MoneyIn3DInit

REST: POST/v2/moneyins/card/webinit - POST/v2/moneyins/card/direct/3dinit

Pay by Bank gets even better!


New Feature


A few months ago, we launched Pay by Bank: a solution to provide Fast and Simple Bank Transfers to your end users.

We are please to share with you our latest Product improvements:

  1. You can now receive POST notifications to be alerted of a payment status in real time. You can learn more in the dedicated documentation: https://documentation.lemonway.com/docs/pay-by-bank-1
  2. You can also customize the language displayed on the bank selection (French, English, Spanish, Italian and so on)
  3. We have worked on improving the number of accepted payments by blocking all payments below 1€
  4. Finally, you can see the type of Transfers (Standard or Pay By Bank) using both GetMoneyIn and GetMoneyInIBANStatus

Never heard of Pay by Bank? Find out more in our short demo video or our dedicated functional documentation. Your account manager remains at your disposal to answer all your questions.

Account statements are now available for all accounts




New Feature


The account statement page is a summary of the changes made on the balance of the selected accounts for a chosen period of time.

In the section Accounts > Account statement, you are able to view all accounts statements (excluding the SC account).

You can also view an account statement for a specific account by going to an account details page > Account statement tab.

You will be able to download these statements in PDF format by clicking on the Download button.

By default, the account statement shows the balance summary for the past month

To access this feature, you will have to add the Account statement permission to your role. Today, only MB-ADMIN and MB-MANAGER roles have this permission.