Good question... I dunno what is the answer. I'll do some Googling and get back to you if I find an decent answer. You should email the people at iPage as they probably could assist you..
That message, I think, is given from the default Credit Card module and not a gateway. If you are using Authorize.net, I would think you disable the Credit Card payment module. That said, I haven't used the gateways so I don't have first-hand experience with them...
Thanks, that takes one variable out of the equation.
I am real close to being able to punch thru a transaction, I think.
UNINSTALLING the default credit card is what did it!.
I do have Authorize.net installed and enabled.
Just having it disabled in the panel wasn't enough apparently..
Now I am getting an error that my login and.
The following errors have occurred..
(13) The merchant login ID or password is invalid or the account is inactive..
Although I am sure they are OK, I just made sure the Authorize.net panel for OSC had the right info entered this morning.....
Just out of curiousity....
What type of credit card did the standard module bounce?..
It was Visa, but I stopped getting that error after I UNINSTALLED the default CC module. I am wondering now if I needed Authorize.net, I was unaware of the standard CC module. I was told so often that your SCHTUFF had to be one gateway or the other (I have a classified and chat module as well as OSC. So I thought the classified and the OSC would both need to be compatible to the same gateway if I didn't want life too rough.).
I still don't know what the default CC was, what it was good for...but it makes me wonder if I needed Authorize.net at all, or if you HAVE to go with somebody.
Anyways I am getting the same error, even if I fiddle with my authorize.net settings. OSC never visibly told me,,,does it want AIM verification? SIM? or is it asking for authorize.nets old WEBLINK connection method..
Still need help..
Was that a Visa DEBIT card, by chance? We've had a few customers encounter what you are describing. It's at random, but I think it may be happening with debit cards only. I'm sifting through the module to see what's up...
I am having the same problem.
The cart in question has been running fine for a year, but only recently we've been having problems with newer visas beginning with 4606 and higher..
I disabled the default cc validation module, but no luck... I thiink my problem lies with cc_validation.php... I may just disable all refrences to the dang class and let the gateway handle invalid cards...
Here is the error.
The first four digits of the number entered are: <br>If that number is correct, we do not accept that type of credit card.<br>If it is wrong, please try again..
There is no number given, allthough I have been punching in a valid visa number.
I am signed up thru authorize.net.
But I also do not understand the Credit Card option and Authorize.net option, do I need them both enabled? Either way I get the above error and do not know what to EDIT to fix it..
I believe I am very near having a test authorization sent, then going live..
I have the cart configured and populated, my merchant bank account and payment gateways set..... so I believe this may be the last hurdle.