Website Payments Standard Integration Guide

Last updated: September 2008

HTML Variables for Website Payments Standard

This appendix provides reference information for all HTML variables supported for use with Buy Now, Donation, Subscribe, Add to Cart, and View Cart buttons, as well as HTML variables supported the Cart Upload command.

Read the following topics to learn about the kinds of HTML variables that you can use: z “Technical HTML Variables” on page 345 z “HTML Variables for Individual Items” on page 347 z “HTML Variables for Payment Transactions” on page 351 z “HTML Variables for Shopping Carts” on page 353 z “HTML Variables for Subscribe Buttons” on page 356 z “HTML Variables for Displaying PayPal Checkout Pages” on page 358 z “HTML Variables for Prepopulating PayPal Checkout Pages” on page 361

Technical HTML Variables

Technical HTML variables control how PayPal responds technically when people click Buy Now, Donation, Subscribe, Add to Cart, and View Cart buttons or when third party or custom carts initiate payment processing with the Cart Upload command. They also control how your buttons interact with special PayPal features.

TABLE A.1 Allowable Values for the cmd HTML Variable

Value of cmd Description
_xclick The button that the person clicked was a Buy Now button.
_donations The button that the person clicked was a Donate button.
_xclick-subscriptions The button that the person clicked was a Subscribe button.
_oe-gift-certificate The button that the person clicked was a Buy Gift Certificate button.
_cart For shopping cart purchases; these additional variables specify the kind of shopping cart button that the person clicked: z add– Add to Cart buttons for the PayPal Shopping Cart z display – View Cart buttons for the PayPal Shopping Cart z upload – The Cart Upload command for third party carts

Technical HTML Variables

TABLE A.1 Allowable Values for the cmd HTML Variable

Value of cmd Description

_s-xclick The button that the person clicked was protected from tampering by using encryption, or the button was saved in the merchant’s PayPal account. PayPal determines which kind of button was clicked by decoding the encrypted code or by looking up the saved button in the merchant’s account.

TABLE A.2 HTML Variables for Special PayPal Features

Required or Character
Name Optional Description Length
notify_url Optional The URL to which PayPal posts information about the transaction, in the form of Instant Payment Notification 255
messages.
For more information about Instant Payment Notification, see the Order Management Integration Guide.
hosted_button _id Required for buttons that have been saved The identifier of a button that was saved in a merchant’s PayPal account. Allowable values are assigned by PayPal when payments buttons are first created and saved merchants’ PayPal accounts. See description.
in PayPal accounts; otherwise, NOTE:A merchant’s PayPal account can have a maximum of 1,000 saved payment buttons.
not
allowed.

HTML Variables for Individual Items

HTML Variables for Individual Items

HTML variables for individual items specify information about a product or service for Buy Now and Add to Cart buttons, or they specify information about a contribution for Donate buttons.

TABLE A.3 HTML VariablesItem Information

Required or Character
Name Optional Description Length
amount See description. The price or amount of the product, service, or contribution, not including shipping, handling, or tax. If omitted from Buy Now or Donate buttons, payers enter their own amount at the time of
payment.
z Required for Add to Cart buttons
z Optional for Buy Now and Donate buttons
z Not used with Subscribe or Buy Gift Certificate buttons
item_name See description. Description of item. If omitted, payers enter their own name at the time of payment. 127
z Optional for Buy Now, Donate, Subscribe and Add to Cart buttons
z Not used with Buy Gift Certificate buttons
item_number Optional Pass-through variable for you to track product or service purchased or the contribution made. The value you specify passed back to you upon payment completion. 127
quantity Optional Number of items. If profile-based shipping rates are configured with a basis of quantity, the sum of quantity values is used to calculate the shipping charges for the transaction. PayPal appends a sequence number to uniquely identify the item in the PayPal Shopping Cart (e.g., quantity1, quantity2).
NOTE:The value for quantity must be a positive integer. Null, zero, or negative numbers are not allowed.
shipping Optional The cost of shipping this item. If you specify shippingand shipping2 is not defined, this flat amount is charged regardless of the quantity of items purchased.
This use of the shipping variable is valid only for Buy Now and Add to Cart buttons.
Default – If profile-based shipping rates are configured, buyers are charged an amount according to the shipping methods they choose.

HTML Variables for Individual Items

TABLE A.3 HTML VariablesItem Information

Required or Character
Name Optional Description Length
shipping2 Optional The cost of shipping each additional unit of this item. If omitted and profile-based shipping rates are configured, buyers are charged an amount according to the shipping methods they choose.
Valid only for Buy Now and Add to Cart buttons.
tax Optional Transaction-based tax override variable. Set this to a flat tax amount to apply to the transaction regardless of the buyer’s location. This value overrides any tax settings set in your account profile. Valid only for Buy Now and Add to Cart buttons. Default – Profile tax settings, if any, apply.
tax_rate Optional Transaction-based tax override variable. Set this to a percentage that will be applied to amountmultiplied the quantity selected during checkout. This value overrides any tax settings set in your account profile. Allowable values are numbers 0.001 through 100. Valid only for Buy Now and Add to Cart buttons. Default – Profile tax settings, if any, apply. 6
undefined_ quantity Optional 1– allows buyers to specify the quantity. z Optional for Buy Now buttons z Not used with other buttons 1
weight Optional Weight of items. If profile-based shipping rates are configured with a basis of weight, the sum of weight values is used to calculate the shipping charges for the transaction.
weight_unit Optional The unit of measure if weight is specified. Allowable values: z lbs
z kgsThe defaults is lbs.
on0 Optional First option field name and label. The os0variable contains the corresponding value for this option field. For example, if on0is size, os0 could be large. z Optional for Buy Now, Subscribe, and Add to Cart buttons 64
z Not used with Donate or Buy Gift Certificate buttons
on1 Optional Second option field name and label. The os1 variable contains the corresponding value for this option field. For example, if on1 is colorthen os1 could be blue. 64
You can specify a maximum of 7option field names (6 with Subscribe buttons) by incrementing the option name index (on0 through on6).
z Optional for Buy Now, Subscribe, and Add to Cart buttons
z Not used with Donate or Buy Gift Certificate buttons

HTML Variables for Individual Items

TABLE A.3 HTML VariablesItem Information

Required or Character
Name Optional Description Length
os0 Optional Option selection of the buyer for the first option field, on0. If the option field is a dropdown menu or a set of radio buttons, each allowable value should be no more than 64 characters. If buyers enter this value in a text field, there is a 200-character limit. 64 or 200 See description.
NOTE:The option field on0 must also be defined. For example, it could be size.
For priced options, include the price and currency symbol in the text of the option selections, as the following sample code shows:
<option value="small">small - $10.00</option> Add a corresponding option_select0and option_amount0variable for each priced option. Priced options are supported only for Buy Now and Add to Cart buttons. Only one dropdown menu option selection can have priced options.
z Optional for Buy Now, Subscribe, and Add to Cart buttons
z Not used with Donate or Buy Gift Certificate buttons
os1 Optional Option selection of the buyer for the second option field, on1. If the option field is a dropdown menu or a set of radio buttons, each allowable value should be no more than 64 characters. If buyers enter this value in a text field, there is a 200-character limit. 64 or 200 See description.
You can specify a maximum of 7 option selections (6 with Subscribe buttons) by incrementing the option selection index (os0 through os6). You can implement up to 5 option selections as dropdown menus and up to 2 option selections as test boxes.
NOTE:A corresponding option field (on0 through on6) must defined.
z Optional for Buy Now, Subscribe, and Add to Cart buttons
z Not used with Donate or Buy Gift Certificate buttons
option_index See description. The cardinal number of the option field, on0 through on9, that has product options with different prices for each option. You must include option_index if the option field with prices is not on0.
z Optional for Buy Now and Add to Cart buttons
z Not used with Donate, Subscribe, or Buy Gift Certificate buttons
Default – 0

HTML Variables for Individual Items

TABLE A.3 HTML VariablesItem Information

Required or Character
Name Optional Description Length
option_select0 Optional For priced options, the value of the first option selection of the on0 dropdown menu. The values must match exactly, as the next sample code shows: <option value="small">small - $10.00</option> 64
...
<input type="hidden" name="option_select0" value="small">
z Optional for Buy Now and Add to Cart buttons
z Not used with Donate, Subscribe, or Buy Gift Certificate buttons
option_amount0 Optional For priced options, the amount that you want to charge for the first option selection of the on0 dropdown menu. Use only numeric values; the currency is taken from the currency_code variable. For example: <option value="small">small - $10.00 64
...
<input type="hidden" name="option_amount0"</option>value="10.00">
z Optional for Buy Now and Add to Cart buttons z Not used with Donate, Subscribe, or Buy Gift Certificate buttons
option_select1 Optional For priced options, the value of the second option selection of the on0 dropdown menu. For example: 64
...
<option value="medium">small - $10.00</option>
...
<input type="hidden" name="option_select"value="medium">
You can specify a maximum of ten option selections by incrementing the option selection index (option_select0 through option_select9).
NOTE:A corresponding option selection in os0must also be
set.
z Optional for Buy Now and Add to Cart buttons z Not used with Donate, Subscribe, or Buy Gift Certificate buttons

HTML Variables for Payment Transactions

TABLE A.3 HTML VariablesItem Information

Required

or Character Name Optional Description Length

option_amountOptional For priced options, the amount that you want to charge for the 64 1 second option selection of the on0 dropdown menu. For example:

... <option value="small">medium - $15.00</option> ... <input type="hidden" name="option_amount1"

value="15.00">

You can specify a maximum of ten option amounts by incrementing the option amount index (option_amount0 through option_amount9).

NOTE:A corresponding option selection in os0must also be set.

z Optional for Buy Now and Add to Cart buttons z Not used with Donate, Subscribe, or Buy Gift Certificate buttons

HTML Variables for Payment Transactions

HTML variables for payment transactions provide information about entire transactions, regardless of the individual items involved with the payment. You can use these variables with Add to Cart buttons and the Cart Upload command.

TABLE A.4 HTML Variables for Payment Transactions

Required or Character
Name Optional Description Length
address_ override Optional 1 – The address specified in prepopulation variables overrides the PayPal member’s stored address. See Table A.9, “HTML Variables for Prepopulating Checkout Pages With Payer Information.” The payer is shown the passed-in address but cannot edit it. No address is shown if the address is not valid, 1
such as missing required fields like country, or is not included at all,.
currency_code Optional The currency of the payment. The default is USD. For allowable values, see Table 7.6, “Currencies Allowed for Transactions and Balances,” on page 316. 3

HTML Variables for Payment Transactions

TABLE A.4 HTML Variables for Payment Transactions

Required or Character
Name Optional Description Length
custom Optional Passthrough variable never presented to the payer. 256
Default – No variable is passed back to you.
handling Optional Handling charges. This is not quantity-specific. The same handling cost applies, regardless of the number of items on the order.
Default – No handling charges are included.
invoice Optional Passthrough variable you can use to identify your invoice number for this purchase. 127
Default – No variable is passed back to you.
shipping Optional The cost of shipping the entire order contained in third-party shopping carts.
This use of the shipping variable is valid only for the Cart Upload command.
Default – If profile-based shipping rates are configured, buyers are charged an amount according to the shipping methods they choose.
tax_cart Optional Cart-wide tax, overriding any individual item tax_x value
weight_cart Optional If profile-based shipping rates are configured with a basis of weight, PayPal uses this value to calculate the shipping charges for the transaction. This value overrides the weight values of individual items.
weight_unit Optional The unit of measure if weight_cart is specified. Allowable values:
z lbs
z kgsThe default value is lbs.

HTML Variables for Shopping Carts

HTML Variables for Shopping Carts

HTML variables for shopping carts can be used with Add to Cart buttons, as well as with third party shopping carts or custom carts that initiate payment processing with the Cart Upload command.

TABLE A.5 HTML Variables for Shopping Carts

Required or Character
Name Optional Description Length
add See description Add an item to the PayPal Shopping Cart. This variable must be set as follows: 1
add="1"
The alternative is the display="1" variable, which displays the contents of the PayPal Shopping Cart to the buyer.
If both addand displayare specified, display takes precedence.
amount Required Price of the item or the total price of all items in the shopping cart.
business Required Your PayPal ID or an email address associated with your PayPal account. Email addresses must be confirmed.
display See description. Display the contents of the PayPal Shopping Cart to the buyer. This variable must be set as follows: 1
display="1" The alternative is the add="1"variable, which adds an item to the PayPal Shopping Cart.
If both addand displayare specified, display takes precedence.
handling_cart Optional Single handling fee to be charged cart-wide. If handling_cart is used in multiple Add to Cart buttons, the handling_cart value of the first item is used.
item_name Required Name of the item or a name for the entire Shopping Cart

HTML Variables for Shopping Carts

TABLE A.5 HTML Variables for Shopping Carts

Required
or Character
Name Optional Description Length

paymentaction Optional Indicates whether the transaction is payment on a final sale or an authorization for a final sale, to be captured later. Allowable values: z sale z authorization z order

The default value is sale. Set the value to authorizationto place a hold on the PayPal account for the authorized amount. Set the value to order to authorize the transaction without placing a hold on the PayPal account.

For more information, see the Website Payments Pro Integration Guide .

IMPORTANT:If you set paymentactionto order, you must use the Authorization & Capture API to authorize and capture the transaction payments. The merchant tools on the PayPal websitel let you capture payments only for authorizations, not for orders.

TABLE A.6 HTML Variables for Individual Items in Third Party Shopping Carts

shopping_url Optional The URL of the page on the merchant website that buyers return to when they click the Continue Shopping button on the PayPal
Shopping Cart page.
For more information, see “Sample HTML Code for Add to Cart Buttons that Continue Shopping on the Current Merchant Webpage” on page 236.
upload See description Upload the contents of a third party shopping cart or a custom shopping cart. 1
This variable must be set as follows:
upload="1" The alternatives are the add="1" variable and the
display="1"variable, which are used with the PayPal Shopping Cart.
Required
or Character
Name Optional Description Length
amount_x Required Price of item #x. This is only required if you specify
upload="1".
handling_x Optional The cost of handling for item #x.

HTML Variables for Shopping Carts

TABLE A.6 HTML Variables for Individual Items in Third Party Shopping Carts

Required or Character
Name Optional Description Length
item_name_x Required Name of item #x in the cart. Must be alphanumeric. 127
item_number_x Optional Passthrough variable for you to track order or other purchase. 127
Default – No variable is passed back to you.
on0_x Optional First option field name for item #x 64
on1_x Optional Second option field name for item #x. 64
os0_x Optional First option selection for item #x. Requires that on0_x also be set. 200
os1_x Optional Second option selection for item #x. Requires that on1_x also be set. 200
quantity_x Optional Quantity of the item #x. If profile-based shipping rates are configured with quantity as the basis, the sum of all quantity_x values are used to calculate the shipping charges. NOTE:The value of quantity_x must be a positive integer. Null, zero, or negative numbers are not allowed.
shipping_x Optional The cost of shipping #x. This variable excludes the item from automatic shipping calculations; the amount is added to the shipping charges calculated automatically on other items in the cart.
tax_x Optional The tax amount for item #x. This variable excludes the item from automatic tax calculations; the amount is added to the taxes calculated automatically on other items in the cart.
weight_x Optional The weight of item #x.
weight_unit Optional The unit of measure if weight_x is specified. Allowable values: z lbs
z kgsThe default is lbs.

HTML Variables for Subscribe Buttons

HTML Variables for Subscribe Buttons

HTML variables for Subscribe buttons set the terms of subscriptions and their recurring payments.

TABLE A.7 HTML Variables for Subscribe Buttons

Required
or Character
Name Optional Description Length
business Required Your PayPal ID or an email address associated with your PayPal
account. Email addresses must be confirmed.
item_name Optional Description of item being sold (maximum 127 characters). If you
are collecting aggregate payments, this can include a summary of
all items purchased, tracking numbers, or generic terms such as
“subscription.” If omitted, customer will see a field in which they
have the option of entering an Item Name
currency_code Optional The currency of prices for trial periods and the subscription. The default is USD. 3
For allowable values, see Table 7.6, “Currencies Allowed for
Transactions and Balances,” on page 316.
a1 Optional Trial period 1 price. For a free trial period, specify 0.
p1 See description. Trial period 1 duration. Required if you specify a1. Specify an integer value in the allowable range for the units of duration that 2
you specify with t1.
t1 See Trial period 1 units of duration. Required if you specify a1. 1
description. Allowable values:
z D – for days; allowable range for p1is 1to 90 z W – for weeks; allowable range for p1is 1to 52 z M – for months; allowable range for p1is 1to 24 z Y – for years; allowable range for p1is 1 to 5
a2 Optional Trial period 2 price. Can be specified only if you also specify a1.
p2 See description. Trial period 2 duration. Required if you specify a2. Specify an integer value in the allowable range for the units of duration that 2
you specify with t2.
t2 See Trial period 2 units of duration. Allowable values: 1
description. z D – for days; allowable range for p2is 1to 90 z W – for weeks; allowable range for p2is 1to 52 z M – for months; allowable range for p2is 1to 24 z Y – for years; allowable range for p2is 1 to 5
a3 Required Regular subscription price.

HTML Variables for Subscribe Buttons

TABLE A.7 HTML Variables for Subscribe Buttons

Required or Character
Name Optional Description Length
p3 Required Subscription duration. Specify an integer value in the allowable range for the units of duration that you specify with t3. 2
t3 Required Regular subscription units of duration. Allowable values: 1
z D – for days; allowable range for p3is 1to 90 z W – for weeks; allowable range for p3is 1to 52 z M – for months; allowable range for p3is 1to 24 z Y – for years; allowable range for p3is 1 to 5
src Optional Recurring payments. Subscription payments recur unless subscribers cancel their subscriptions before the end of the current billing cycle or you limit the number of times that payments recur with the value that you specify for srt. 1
Allowable values:
z 0 – subscription payments do not recur
z 1 – subscription payments recur
The default is 0.
srt Optional Recurring times. Number of times that subscription payments recur. Specify an integer above 1. Valid only if you specify src="1". 1
sra Optional Reattempt on failure. If a recurring payment fails, PayPal attempts to collect the payment two more times before canceling the subscription. 1
Allowable values:
z 0 – do not reattempt failed recurring payments
z 1 – reattempt failed recurring payments before canceling
The default is 0.
For more information, see “Reattempting Failed Recurring Payments With Subscribe Buttons” on page 141.
no_note Required Do not prompt payers to include a note with their payments. Allowable values for Subscribe buttons: 1
z 1 – hide the text box and the prompt
For Subscribe buttons, always include no_note and set it to 1.
custom Optional User-defined field which will be passed through the system and returned in your merchant payment notification email. This field will not be shown to your subscribers. 255
invoice Optional User-defined field which must be unique with each subscription. The invoice number will be shown to subscribers with the other 127
details of their transactions

HTML Variables for Displaying PayPal Checkout Pages

TABLE A.7 HTML Variables for Subscribe Buttons

Required or Character
Name Optional Description Length
modify Optional Modification behavior. Allowable values: z 0 – allows subscribers to only create new subscriptions 1
z 1 – allows subscribers to modify their current subscriptions or sign up for new ones
z 2 – allows subscribers to only modify their current subscriptions
The default value is 0.
For more information, see “Working With Modify Subscription Buttons” on page 134.
usr_manage Optional Set to 1to have PayPal generate usernames and initial passwords for subscribers. 1
For more information, see “Generating Usernames and Passwords With Subscribe Buttons” on page 139.

HTML Variables for Displaying PayPal Checkout Pages

HTML variables for displaying PayPal checkout pages control how the pages appear and function.

TABLE A.8 HTML Variables for Displaying PayPal Checkout Pages

Required or Character
Name Optional Description Length
page_style Optional The custom payment page style for checkout pages. Allowable values: 30
z paypal – use the PayPal page style z primary– use the page style that you marked as primary in your account profile
z page_style_name – use the custom payment page style from your account profile that has the specified name
The default is primary if you added a custom payment page style to your account profile. Otherwise, the default is paypal.
image_url Optional The URL of the 150x50-pixel image displayed as your logo in the upper left corner of the PayPal checkout pages. 1,024
Default – Your business name, if you have a Business account, or your email address, if you have Premier or Personal account.

HTML Variables for Displaying PayPal Checkout Pages

TABLE A.8 HTML Variables for Displaying PayPal Checkout Pages

Required
or Character
Name Optional Description Length
cpp_header_image Optional The image at the top left of the checkout page. The image’s maximum size is 750 pixels wide by 90 pixels high. PayPal recommends that you provide an image that is stored only on a No limit
secure (https) server. For more information, see “Co-Branding
the PayPal Checkout Pages” on page 267.
cpp_headerback_ Optional The background color for the header of the checkout page. Valid value is case-insensitive six-character HTML hexadecimal 6
color color code in ASCII.
cpp_headerborder_ Optional The border color around the header of the checkout page. The border is a 2-pixel perimeter around the header space, which has 6
color a maximum size of 750 pixels wide by 90 pixels high.
Valid value is case-insensitive six-character HTML hexadecimal
color code in ASCII.
cpp_payflow_color Optional The background color for the checkout page below the header. Valid value is case-insensitive six-character HTML hexadecimal 6
color code in ASCII.
NOTE:Background colors that conflict with PayPal’s error
messages are not allowed; in these cases, the default color
is white.
cs Optional The background color of the checkout page. Allowable values: 1
z 0 – background color is white
z 1 – background color is black
The default is 0.
lc Optional The language of the login or sign-up page that subscribers see 2
when they click the Subscribe button. If unspecified, the
language is determined by a PayPal cookie in the subscriber’s
browser. If there is no PayPal cookie, the default language is U.S.
English.
For allowable values, see Appendix C, “Country Codes.”
no_note Optional Do not prompt payers to include a note with their payments. 1
Allowable values:
z 0 – provide a text box and prompt for the note
z 1 – hide the text box and the prompt
The default is 0.
cn Optional Label that appears above the note field. This value is not saved 90
and will not appear in any of your notifications. If omitted, the
default label above the note field is “Add special instructions to
merchant.” The cn variable is not valid with Subscribe buttons or
if you include no_note="1".

HTML Variables for Displaying PayPal Checkout Pages

TABLE A.8 HTML Variables for Displaying PayPal Checkout Pages

Required or Character
Name Optional Description Length
no_shipping Optional Do not prompt payers for shipping address. Allowable values: z 0 – prompt for an address, but do not require one 1
z 1– do not prompt for an address
z 2 – prompt for an address, and require one
The default is 0.
return Optional The URL to which the payer’s browser is redirected after completing the payment; for example, a URL on your site that displays a “Thank you for your payment” page. 1,024
Default – The browser is redirected to a PayPal web page.
rm Optional Return method. The FORM METHOD used to send data to the URL specified by the return variable after payment completion. Allowable values: 1
z 0– all shopping cart transactions use the GET method
z 1 – the payer’s browser is redirected to the return URL by the GET method, and no transaction variables are sent
z 2 – the payer’s browser is redirected to the return URL by the POST method, and all transaction variables are also posted
The default is 0.
NOTE:The rm variable takes effect only if the return variable is also set.
cbt Optional Sets the text for the Return to Merchant button on the PayPal Payment Complete page. For Business accounts, the return button displays your business name in place of the word “Merchant” by default. For Donate buttons, the text reads “Return to donations coordinator” by default. 60
NOTE:The return variable must also be set.
cancel_ return Optional A URL to which the payer’s browser is redirected if payment is cancelled; for example, a URL on your website that displays a “Payment Canceled” page. 1,024
Default – The browser is redirected to a PayPal web page.

HTML Variables for Prepopulating PayPal Checkout Pages

HTML Variables for Prepopulating PayPal Checkout Pages

HTML variables for prepopulating PayPal checkout pages let you specify information about the payer.

TABLE A.9 HTML Variables for Prepopulating Checkout Pages With Payer Information

Name Required or Optional Description Character Length
address1 Optional Street (1 of 2 fields) 100
address2 Optional Street (2 of 2 fields) 100
city country Optional Optional City Sets shipping and billing country. For allowable values, see Appendix C, “Country Codes.” 40 2
first_name Optional First name 32
last_name Optional Last name 64
lc Optional Sets the payer’s language for the billing information/log-in page only. The default is US. For allowable values, see Appendix C, “Country Codes.” 2
charset Optional Sets the character encoding for the billing information/log-in page, for the information you send to PayPal in your HTML button code, and for the information that PayPal returns to you as a result of checkout processes initiated by the payment button. The default is based on the character encoding settings in your account profile. For allowable values, see “Setting the Character Set – charset” on page 339.” 21
night_phone_a Optional The area code for U.S. phone numbers, or the country code for phone numbers outside the U.S. This will prepopulate the payer’s home phone number. See description.
night_phone_b Optional The three-digit prefix for U.S. phone numbers, or the entire phone number for phone numbers outside the U.S., excluding country code. This will prepopulate the payer’s home phone number. See description.
night_phone_c state Optional Optional The four-digit phone number for U.S. phone numbers. This will prepopulate the payer’s home phone number. State; use Official U.S. Postal Service Abbreviations. See description. 2
zip Optional Postal code 32