Hi,I'm using CIM validateCustomerPaymentProfileRequest() to identify
expired credit cards. Problem is that I can not test my routines, as I
am not allowed to register a expiration date in past (in my Sandbox). I
could register exp.date 0714, but then...
We're using the CIM hosted forms to manage payment profiles, that are
used for recurring payments. When user is registering his payment data
(addPayment form), he can choose to use a credit card or a bank account.
However, when we are using the editP...
We have implemented functionality, using CIM and eCheck, to make
recurring payments from customer's bank account. At the end we have a
few questions about transaction dates. Due to spec and other posts to
this community, transactions will be processe...
Hi, We are using SIM and CIM apis (PHP) with hosted forms for payments.
SIM are used for one-time payments, and CIM for recurring payments. For
our developer account we get the 'Bank account' payment option. When
choosing bank account type 'Personal ...
Here is what I found: 1. If I update a payment profile using
updateCustomerPaymentProfile() (PHP SDK) with $validationMode = "none",
I can set expiration date in past. 2. To use
validateCustomerPaymentProfile() without cardCode or Address: The
And,CIM XML Guide tells me that cardCode element is optional for
validateCustomerPaymentProfileRequest. However, the function in the PHP
API requires a value for this element. I don't have the card code for
the registered profiles. How can I set valu...
I got this answer from email@example.com: This is a known
limitation, your only option would be to delete the existing
customerPaymentProfile and add again a new one with the bank account
I got an answer from firstname.lastname@example.org: "The eCheck Service or bank
account option is enabled by default on all sandbox or test accounts. If
you want this option for your production account, you will need to apply
for this service. eCheck Servic...