Chase Paymentech

Discussion in 'Payments processing' started by cpaprotna, Jan 14, 2014.

  1. cpaprotna

    cpaprotna aMember Pro Customer

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    I'm setting up a new site and our client uses Chase Paymentech for processing payments on their existing MemberClicks site. I do not see Chase Paymentech in the list of available Payment Plugins. I've noticed some old threads on here concerning Paymentech, but they are from earlier versions of aMember Pro.

    Can anyone give me insight on setting up a new install with Chase Paymentech.

    TIA

    Carol
  2. alleycorp

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    Hi Carol. Were you able to get any guidance on Chase Paymentech? We're going through this right now and any advice you can give for a starting point would be greatly appreciated.

    Lee
  3. cpaprotna

    cpaprotna aMember Pro Customer

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    I did not get anything done with Chase Paymentech. We are using Authorize.net now.
  4. alleycorp

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    Thanks Carol. We're still committed to using Chase and are engaging a few high-end web development firms to give us bids on the work. In the meantime we're attempting to use Authorize.Net's CIM as a stopgap. Are there any issues that I should be aware of with them? Did you set up a one-click upsell for after the initial purchase? This is hugely important to us and something I'm trying to get set up with them.

    Any input is greatly appreciated.

    Lee
  5. cpaprotna

    cpaprotna aMember Pro Customer

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    No, we switched to Authorize.net AIM for now, CIM errored out and AIM worked perfectly. I'm having an issue with automatically switching to https on checkout.

    We have a very complex registration form. It's for a non-profit group, so there is membership, then add-ons to the membership each with additional cost. It's been months of customization to get one of the registration forms working. The 2nd registration form with subusers is going to be even more complex.
  6. alleycorp

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    Okay, thanks. Having some trouble with CIM myself. What's the difference between AIM and CIM?
  7. cpaprotna

    cpaprotna aMember Pro Customer

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    CIM allows you to use authorize.net hosted pages for the credit card processing, then returns to your site after the card is processed. This means that you don't have to rely on your server being PCI compliant. AIM collects the information on your site, sends a transaction to authorize.net and then displays the results on your site.

    I prefer CIM as I feel that it is a bit more secure because the credit card information is not sent from the user's PC to our server and then from our server to authorize.net. It eliminates 1 step in the process.

    I'm sure there are more differences, but that is the main one and I just didn't have time to really debug it so I'm using AIM. If you get CIM working, let me know.
  8. alleycorp

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    Thanks. I'll keep you updated on that. Do you know if CIM allows one-click upsells? For example, new customer buys subscription #1 and fills out CC details, then a confirmation screen pops up with an upsell, s/he can accept the offer (or not) by simply clicking Yes or Add to Cart and the charge is made without having to rekey CC details.

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