Do you want to accept credit cards on your website and save users confusion and time? This gateway plugin for Woo Commerce lets you accept credit card payments directly on your website via Authorize.net.
Customer use their credit card during the checkout process and Authorize.net handles the rest. This lets your users never leave your website for making payments.
With Authorize.Net you can accept international transactions from customers worldwide. However, your bank must be based in the United States, Canada, or United Kingdom.
This extension uses the AIM API to pass credit card details to Authorize.net from your site. You must obtain a valid SSL certificate to ensure your customer credit card details are safe.
02-06-2016 – Switched to Akamai Sure-Route endpoint for interacting with Authorize.net in live mode
02-06-2016 – Added a link to the payment gateway settings page directly from the plugins page
02-06-2016 – Fixes broken settings field in the payment gateway settings
24-02-2015 – Now WooCommerce 2.3.5 compliant
14-03-2014 – Now WooCommerce 2.1.x and 2.2.x compliant
08-03-2013 – Now WooCommerce 2.x compliant
18-11-2012 – Now WooCommerce 1.7.0 compliant
08-08-2012 – Fixed duplicate emails issue
This plugin no longer works properly (after several years of solid service). When orders are placed the transaction goes through correctly to auth.net but the cart stored in the database has broken relationships to the products purchased. All items are $0 and I have to manually edit the order to add the purchased products back in. Orders made on the same shop and paid via paypal are working fine. Store is running latest WP 4.8 and WC 3.x.
Hello There, Are you planning to make the DPM version of Authorize.Net real soon ?? If not please do it :P
I'm getting this error: The Global Payment System identification numbers are incorrect. Call Merchant Service Provider. (Transaction Error) something is wrong. Please help.
It looks like this is a standard Authorize.net error as described on this page (although not very well described). Unfortunately I don't know what it means, so I suggest you get in touch with the Authorize.net people and ask them about why this might be happening to you.
Hello, with this plugin and a SSL certificate, will our checkout be PCI Compliant? Is any customer financial data stored in the database? Thanks!
Using this extension at no point will your customer credit card details get saved to a database. Regarding PCI compliance, you should refer to WooCommerce: http://docs.woothemes.com/document/pci-dss-compliance-and-woocommerce/
I am interested in purchasing your plugin. I tried your demo but I really don't get it. I added an item to the card and went to the checkout page and then your site prompts me to log in. Can you also please explain what your Screenshot has to do with your plugin? Thanks.
Pre-sale question: I am concerned that this plugin will not work and support may not readily be available. How is the support? I am using a free version from the wordpress plugin download area and I am encountering a CARD CODE (CVV) error that the author ignores to fix and am considering purchasing this one. I have a AuthNet AIM Merchant and Gateway but looking for something supported. Any other user inputs would be greatly appreciated as well. Thank you.
Hello Im getting these error when I try to pay, I have SSL and everything needed please help me! Error: Something went wrong while performing your request. Please contact website administrator to report this problem.
Cancelled emails are different to declined credit card payments. Cancelled payments are dealt with by WooCommerce. This extension only deals with credit card payments. Declined credit card payments will result in showing of an error as soon as it happens.
I am getting an error in my error log of "wp-content/plugins/woogatewayauthroizenet/class.authorizenetextension.php on line 243" But sold the same item as recently as yesterday. I have not updated woocommerce although I see an update made available today. Any suggestions of how to resolve this issue?
I've been using this plugin for some time now and it works great other than about 1/10 transactions is declined due to "duplicate transaction submitted". This happens because the end user accidentally inputs the wrong CVV the first try and then when they resubmit with the correct order authorize.net sees it as a duplicate transaction as they do not check against the CVV specifically. See https://support.authorize.net/authkb/index?page=content&id=A425&actp=LIST Per the link above, is there a way to add x_duplicate_window with a 0 time limit for checks against duplicates? I'm assuming there's something that can be added to either class.authorizenetextension.php or form.payment.php. Please help. Thanks!
After installing, when I go to WooCommerce settings > Checkout and click on Authorize.net, there is nothing there. Only the "Save Settings" button shows. My theme (Flatsome) is up to date. I've uninstalled and re-downloaded, installed the plugin twice. No luck. Any ideas?
Working on a fix right now. It will be coming your way soon.
Thanks - the update appears to have fixed it
I am having an issue with this plugin when trying to use an amex card. I get the following: Payment error: The credit card is a Visa, MasterCard, or Discover Card card but does not have a three digit CVV code I have AMEX chosen and enter the 4 digit # for amex. Any ideas?
That's strange. No one else has reported this before. I'll look into it
Ok everyone update the to the New WooCommerce.. I was using 1.6 upgraded fixed the card types not showing... Upgrade to the new one...
yes, the extension now supports WooCommerce 2+
I'm confuse. Please tell me; do I need to use a merchant account company like TransFirst to make deposit to my business account or Authorize.Net plugin by itself will do all the work? This a question about how to integrate Authorize.Net. If I have to take more steps other than buying the plugin, please let me know. Thanks.
You need to have an account with Authorize.net. I've never even heard of TransFirst and you don't need them to use this extension.
I'm currently using http://www.woothemes.com/products/authorize-net-cim/ but it does not have any error correction for when the user puts spaces in the CC number. Does this plugin?
Does this plugin work with the latest version of wordpress version 3.8.1
It should :)
Hi, we are using multicurrency solution.Each product has two discrete prices. One in EUR and other in USD. We have two authorize.net gateways. One for USD and the the other for EUR. I guess we would need two copies / two instances of the same plugin to properly route the currencies. How can we do that?
just purchased this plugin but it redirects customers from our site to authorize.nets server. is there a way to keep customers on our page? I thought the plugin was AIM gateway but maybe im confused... Thanks!
I think you must be confusing things :) because there is no code in this extension that redirects a user to somewhere else. In fact the premise of this extension is to ensure your users don't go somewhere else. Do you see a credit card form when you go to the checkout?
I have an SSL cert (forwarded http access to https) and i have triple checked all my settings, but it still takes me to auth.net server instead of staying on my site...? is there somewhere to adjust it from SIM to AIM?
Well it looks like you are using a different extension and I can't see that you bought this particular extension from CodeCanyon so I'm afraid you're asking about a different extension than the one I sell :)
No, I'm using yours. Please see the comment below from jacobburton - we detailed the issue were having and would like to have it resolved, or be refunded.
Hi there. Jacobburton sent a video which confirmed you are using some other extension. I suggest you uninstall and then reinstall this extension.
Hi there, I edited the form.payment.php file so that on mobile devices, the user is given the number keypad when focusing into the credit card number field and the ccv field. Is there any reason that this will cause credit card validation issues? All I did was change input type="text" to "number" . You should consider updating your plugin to include this little user experience enhancement for mobile device users. (if it doesn't cause any validation issue)
I doubt it would.