*If you already have an Authorize.NET Gateway in MC Trade and are changing the values click here*
MC Trade integrates with Authorize.net as a Credit Card Gateway so that you can securely accept online credit card payments through your website and through MC Trade. Using this integration requires that you set up and purchase an account from Authorize.net. When you get that account, you can decide whether you point it to your existing Merchant Account or if you set up a new Merchant Account with Authorize.net. If you run multiple entities through Entity Management Features, you can set up and run multiple credit card gateways, one for each entity.
1. In the MC Trade Browser, select Admin -> Global Settings
2. Click Integrations from the left menu.
3. Click +Add Gateway from the right side of the screen.
4. Enter the name of your gateway (e.g. Authorize.NET). Chose Authorize.Net from the Gateway Type menu.
5. Enter the API Login and API Transaction Key provided by Authorize.NET
Not sure how to find your API Login and Transaction Key? Click Here!
6. Select Save (your information should be similar below).
The transaction confirmation email that is sent when a transaction is processed is configured on the Authorize.net side. When a transaction occurs and pings Authorize.net, that confirmation is triggered.
You can manage the confirmation emails in Authorize.net by logging into the Merchant Interface at https://account.authorize.net/ and navigating to the Account tab from the main toolbar and then Email Receipt under Transaction Response Settings. Deselect the email confirmation you wish to disable and click Submit.
Important: the "Authorize and Hold for Review" function in Authorize.net (part of the Advanced Fraud Detection Suite) is not compatible with online transactions through MC Trade. When a transaction receives this reply from Authorize.net, the associated transaction records or event registrations will NOT be created in MC Trade. Transactions that received this response will display the following message in the TransactionResult under Revenue > Credit Card Payment Processing: "Your order has been received. Thank you for your business!"
How do you make sure the receipt of payment includes the organization name, invoice number, and/or customer ID's? This part of the receipt does not look like it is controlled by Authorize.Net
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