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The MerchantValidationEvent property validationURL is a read-only string value providing the URL from which to fetch the payment handler-specific data needed to validate the merchant.

This data should be passed into the complete() method to let the user agent complete the transaction.


validationURL = merchantValidationEvent.validationURL;


A read-only USVString giving the URL from which to load payment handler specific data needed to complete the merchant verification process. Once this has been loaded, it should be passed into complete(), either directly or using a promise.

See Merchant validation in Payment processing concepts for more information on the merchant validation process.

Browser compatibility

BCD tables only load in the browser

See also