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For more on Silent Post see All About Authorize.Net’s Silent Post and Handling Authorize.Net Silent Post with PHP. One common complaint about the Authorize.Net Automated Recurring Billing (ARB) system is that there is no way to handle subscriptions that are declined when processing a future scheduled payment. As it turns out there is a way […]

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A new article has been published today that we are very excited about. Merchant Accounts 101 covers the ins and outs of merchant accounts. Covered in this article are: The Players Find out who’s who in the merchant account business. We start at the top with the big card associations and work our way down […]

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We are happy to announce a new article has been published today. Integrate the Authorize.Net Recurring Billing API with PHP is a follow up to our article Integrate the Authorize.net Payment Gateway with PHP. This new article expands upon our original article by explaining how the Authorize.Net recurring billing API works and walks developers through […]

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According to Adobe Flash is “…the most advanced authoring environment for creating rich, interactive content for digital, web, and mobile platforms. Create interactive websites, rich media advertisements, instructional media, engaging presentations, games, and more”. Although Flash can be used to create dynamic applications it commonly is used for adding a “WOW” factor to many websites. […]

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Recently Authorize.Net released their API for their new Customer Information Manager (CIM) feature of their payment gateway. This feature is a boon for merchants who wish to store credit card information or do recurring billing in different amounts or varied schedules. The main features of this new service are: PCI Compliance Remove the specter of […]

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One this that bothered me about the Authorize.Net ARB subscription functionality is that there was a three year limit on subscriptions. In other words, all subscriptions would expire at most three years and you could not set it to be longer. This was true whether you used their ARB API or set the subscription up […]

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Amazon.com recently announced that they are entering the merchant services arena by offering their own in house payment system. Called Amazon Flexible Payments Service, or Amazon FPS for short, it is designed to be a direct competitor of Paypal and Google Checkout. An advantage it potentially offers over Google Checkout is through Amazon.com’s huge database […]

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When establishing your merchant account the acquiring bank that is reviewing your application is assessing the risk associated with establishing your account. They factor in many variables including ones associated with the product(s) you are selling. Different products have different risks associated with them. Let’s compare two products: Pencils Selling pencils is a low risk […]

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A common problem in ecommerce is fraudulent orders from overseas customers. The risk is so high in fact that some merchant account providers will not allow their merchants to accept orders from foreign countries. Even if they did, and you wished to solicit foreign orders, some regions pose such a high risk for fraud that […]

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A common question in communities around the Web is, “what exactly is a payment gateway”? According to Wikipedia: A payment gateway is an e-commerce application service provider service that authorizes payments for e-businesses, online retailers, bricks and clicks, or traditional brick and mortar. It is the equivalent of a physical POS (Point-of-sale) terminal located in […]

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