Authorize.net is a custom payment gateway that is compatible with TicketSpice. In this article, we will cover:
Custom gateway fee and billing
How to perform refunds with Authorize.net
How to disable email receipts
Custom Gateway Fee & Billing
There is a 1% custom gateway fee to use this payment gateway. Both the 1% and the $0.99/ticket will be billed monthly to a card on file.
Cost Summary: $0.99/ticket + 1% + Authorize.net processing fees
To set up this payment gateway, hover over your main menu and select Payment Gateways.
Select the option to add your own custom gateway.
Select Authorize.net from the dropdown menu.
Provide the Login ID and Transaction Key for your Authorize.net gateway and save.
Refunds with Authorize.net
Take advantage of utilizing the advanced accounting features and/or issue refunds in TicketSpice. Your Transaction Details API in your Authorize.net account should already be enabled. If not, follow the steps below.
Step One: Login to your Authorize.net account
Step Two: Select Settings
Step Three: Select Transaction Details API
Step Four: Enter the answer to your security question and click Enable Transaction Details API
Step Five: Refresh your gateway on the TicketSpice side by clicking edit and then save.
Great job! Now TicketSpice will have access to the settlement data so you can run batch reporting and issue refunds through our system.
Important Fraud Notification Settings
Notifications about potential fraud will come from your Authorize.net account that will be very important for you to see in time. Please makes sure you go through and set these up.
Please read the following PDF to learn which settings to implement.
When a transaction has been flagged by Authorize.net as potential fraud the TicketSpice system will post this note on the transaction. The action must be taken within a few days or the transaction will be canceled. All this information is found inside of Authorize's customer portal.
Disable Authorize.net Email Receipts for Your Customer
Step 1: Login To Your Authorize.net Virtual Terminal
To login you will need a valid username and password. If you do not have a login, request one from your merchant service provider (the people who set your organization up with Authorize.net) or send this article to someone on your team who might have a valid login.
Step 2: Click Account Settings
Once logged in, on the upper right is a link labeled account settings.
Step 3: Locate The Email Receipt Settings
Under the "Transaction Response Settings" area, locate the "Email Receipt" link and click it. Here is where it is typically found:
Step 4: Uncheck the Email Transaction Receipt
Under the Enable Email Confirmation heading, uncheck "Email transaction receipt to customer".
Step 5: Hit Submit to Save
Done! Now your customer will only receive the email receipt from TicketSpice.
Which payment processors does Authorize.net support?
Click here to see a detailed list.