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Quick question: iPage web host, domain client payments? Thanks for any response. Another quick question... 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..

Thanks.

D..

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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..

Comment #1

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...

Comment #2

Thanks, that takes one variable out of the equation.

Anyone else?.

I am real close to being able to punch thru a transaction, I think.

D..

Comment #3

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.....

Comment #4

Just out of curiousity....

What type of credit card did the standard module bounce?..

Comment #5

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..

Comment #6

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...

Comment #7

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...

Comment #8

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..

Thanks.

D..

Comment #9

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.

Thanks..

Comment #10


This question was taken from a support group/message board and re-posted here so others can learn from it.