A comprehensive and secure payment gateway integrated in your website: customers feel secure and loyalty gets improved
Research proves that the more payment methods are available on your website the more website’s reliability is improved. Offering a payment gateway so popular and easy to integrate such as Authorize.net is a warranty for users in terms of reliability and accessibility. It becomes a reason to make them feel comfortable in your website and loyalise them more and more.
Authorize.net is a payment gateway that grants you fast, reliable and secure transmission of transaction data. It is very popular and used successfully by many, which contributes to build consumer confidence.
A website that offers secure and known payment methods appears reliable and encourages customers to make purchases because they know there are no risks in doing it. Users will be able to experience all advantages derived by the possibility to pay via credit card, they are more relaxed when they buy and this highly increases the possibility they become recurring customers.
YITH WooCommerce Authorize.net integrates this payment gateway to your themes, without you to get stressed for the difficult task of connecting a website to the payment processing networks.
The Authorize.net service is available in: United States, Canada, United Kingdom, Europe, Australia
Minimum PHP version:7.0
Requires:WordPress 5.6 or higherand WooCommerce 5.6 or higher
Compatible up to:WordPress 5.8and WooCommerce 5.9
Supported multilanguage plugins:WPML, Loco Translate
Languages 100% guaranteed by YITH:Spanish, Italian, Dutch, Greek
YITH Proteo theme. All YITH plugins.
Supported third party themes:
Avada, Divi, Flatsome, Neighborhood, Storefront, X
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Here you can find some frequently asked questions about this plugin. If you can't find a reply to your doubts, ask a question: we will reply in a very short time
Does your plugin allow me to authorize transactions, and capture them later?
Sure, but you’ll need to capture payments from your Authorize.net dashboard.
Does your plugin allow automatic refunds?
Yes, when using CIM mode, you will be able to process refunds directly from your dashboard.
Is my site automatically PCI compliant when using your plugin?
Unfortunately no as you’ll alway need to be explicitly certified. Even if the plugin doesn’t store anything sensible regarding the customer's card, the very fact that it receives this data will require a more strict check on your platform from a third party organization that could certify your PCI complianceness.
Does the plugin register sensible data regarding customer and his/her cards?
No, the plugin will only register IDs provided by authorize, that will be the only one actually storing sensible data for the customer; apart from that we may register non-sensible data, such as the last 4 digits of the card number, month and year of expiration, etc.
Does the plugin store card meta data, like card type and last 4 digits? We would like to include these in emails.
Yes, when using API and the remember card is active, we save the following meta:
last 4 digits, card vendor (visa/mastercard..), expiration month and expiration year.
If I run this plugin using redirect mode, do I need an https certificate?
No, redirect mode does not require a certificate to be installed on the site, but we recommend it.
Is your plugin compatible with Authorize.net's CIM function? I would like to capture all of the credit card information for a future payment.
Yes, it is! You can enable the related option so during the checkout both customers and credit cards will be stored for future usages.
Can this plugin handle ACH payments, if enabled in the Authorize.net account?
Yes, it works for ACH payments as long as it's been activated in the user's Authorize.net account.
How can I show the logos of the credit cards?
There is a dedicated option for cards logo selection; you can read more about this on this page of the plugin documentation.
Can I turn on Card Code (CVC) with the plugin?
Yes, the plugin has the CVC check system by default and requires the data. However, the check is applied directly by Authorize.net service.
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