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Question I have... So is iPage not going to be a sponsor for JR Motorsports in 2010? Many thanks for any answer or 2. Second question.. I have my authorize.net module installed which automatically charges my customer's credit card. But after that, the customer's credit cards are no where to be found in any email or even in authorize.net's admin side. HOw can I have my customer's credit card info visible to me while having it still charged automatically by osCommerce??..

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That's a good question. I'm not sure what is the right answer to your question. I'll do some poking around and get back to you if I discover an answer. You should email the people at iPage as they probably can answer it..

Comment #1

You should be able to see the cc# in your admin->Customers/Orders->Orders.

The_Bear..

Comment #2

No, the Authorize.net module does not capture cc#s by default..

Why would you need them?..

Comment #3

Contact authorize.net...you normally get access to that info from them through a seperate interface than OSC..

Comment #4

Actually, they no longer provie you with the customers cc numbers. You have to make a request for a specific transaction, and each request is considered on a case by case basis..

You can however, re-bill, void, or partially refund a card from a payment you ahve received through the auth.net interface...

Comment #5

I have my authorize.net module installed which automatically charges my customer's credit card. But after that, the customer's credit cards are no where to be found in any email or even in authorize.net's admin side. HOw can I have my customer's credit card info visible to me while having it still charged automatically by osCommerce??..

Comment #6

I really do not know How Authorize.net work....

But I do not think even the admin is allowed to see the credit card number of the customers...

It will be easy if you have SSL , just make the signup page/myaccount Secure and then the user can add the credit card information when signing up....

If you do not have SSL you can also do that, but I don't think that anyone will put his information like that...

Salam,..

Comment #7


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