I have tried learning what i can by scouring the forums regarding eCheck.Net, and found that there is a limit of $100 per transaction or $5000 monthly.
It also said that we could email firstname.lastname@example.org and ask a request so that the limit could be raised for the testing.
I would like to ask if raising the limit applies only to the testing account or both (live / test)? If this is only for the testing account, is there a different process for raising the limit for live accounts?
If it only applies to the testing account, what is the process in live accounts?
I don't want my transactions to be stopped because of these.
I'm just worried that if this goes to production, it might be an issue.
eCheck.Net limits for a production account vary by merchant and are set during the underwriting process.
The limits set on test accounts are set arbitrarily and enable you to trigger successful or declined transactions using a specific amount.