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February 17, 2007, 8:21 pm
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10:10 pm on Feb. 13, 2007 (utc 0)
We use Authorize.Net SIM (simple integration). Customers complain that
the authorize.net payment form is not loaded when they leave our site
and head to pay. The page shows a error code 99.
We make tests in differenct scenarios. We find the payment form page
loads fine if the amount transferred is an integer, but if the amount
is a not an integer, the payment form page will not be loaded and the
page just shows error code 99.
For example, if customer buys something and has a balance of $99.00
(or any number ended with .00), he can get to Authorize.Net payment
page from our website smoothly. If the balance is $99.12 (or any
number not ended with .00), when customer clicks "Pay", the
Authorize.Net won't show the payment form but error code 99.
We contacted Authorize.Net a couple of times, they did not accept the
problem, mentioning nobody had this kind of problems. They referred us
to a general solution page for error code 99, which does not fix our
problem at all. The page explains the error code 99 is mostly resulted
from the outdated transaction key. We update the key frequently and
the problme is still there.
I search all around the internet, and it seems we are the only persons
who get this problem.
Is there anyone here encoutering the similar problem before? What is
the reason? How do you solve it?
Re: Authorize.Net Payment Form
On Feb 17, 3:21 pm, "eBuyBatteries.com"
Then maybe it's something messed up in the code or server
configuration of your site. You didn't actually give a URL so people
can check, but perhaps it's the site referenced in your from address;
still, there isn't really any way to get to that point in order to
test it without actually spending money (or alternatively attempting a
charge using a bogus credit card), so it's kind of hard to see what's
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