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Magento Moneris Credit Card Payment Module US (On Site Processing)

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Description

Details

This module has been replaced with a newer version


Please use the updated Moneris Credit Card Onsite Processing module which now covers USD processing.


Collins Harper provides numerous options for businesses looking for any kind of online payment solution. From anyone from experienced eCommerce owners to simple online payment options, there is a solution for every business.

Some customers just want the convenience of conducting business online. Whether they’re purchasing items, registering and paying for classes or simply paying a bill, online payments provide your customers with the added flexibility of doing business on their terms. It also helps you enhance your customer service by catering to their needs.

Moneris provides the solutions to process credit card payments online in a secure, real-time environment. Our Moneris module will authenticate customers in real-time, reducing the risk of fraudulent transactions. This module supports On-Site processing only for US Corporations with a Moneris USD merchant account.

Benefits

Easy access to transaction reporting. View online credit card sales 24/7 from any PC so that you can stay on top of your business.

Instant order notification. When your customer places an order, you can automatically receive an email so that you can fulfil the order quickly.

Enhance cardholder security. Through the hosted payment page, your customers’ credit card information is submitted and processed securely, ensuring their data remains protected.

Please ensure to contact Moneris to verify which module you need as Moneris has different processing for US Corp USD accounts vs Canadian Corp USD accounts. We’ll work with you to integrate and setup an online payment module that meets your needs. As we do not offer refunds or exchanges on modules it is your responsibility to ensure you have the right module before payment is submitted.

Support


Need Help? Please contact us using the contact form. Paid installation is available.

Not sure which module you need?
Try our Moneris module decision manager.




Frequently Asked Questions

Explanation of AVS/CVV: What is it? What does it do?
When I enable CVV/AVS, I run into errors. What's going on?
Magento, Moneris and Multiple Currencies
Additional Information

Additional Information

  • License
  • Commercial
  • System
  • Magento Module
  • System Version
  • 1.7.0.x
  • Warranty
  • 6 Months
  • Module Type
  • Payment Module
  • Installation Instructions
  • Installation

    1. You must have FTP access to your server.

    2. Extract the archive to your local computer.

    3. Open the Magento root folder, upload the app folder.

    Finishing Installation

    1. Log in to your Magento admin panel.

    2. Click 'System' > 'Cache Management'.

    3. 'Select All' and 'Refresh' all cache.

    4. Click 'System' > 'Configuration'.

    5. Scroll down, on the left side navigation in the 'Sales' group click 'Payment Methods'.

    6. Select the module and enter your details.

    7. Select ‘Save Config’ to save your settings.

    8. Place a test order to verify the shipping module shows up and is functioning properly.


    The module has optional Postal Code AVS validation. You will need the developers handbook and a good understanding of how Moneris processes AVS to configure this option and use it for fraud protection. The AVS is postal code match only. You will have to select the options you would like to decline cards for. If you enable this and the postal code is not a match; it will still allow the transaction however it will notify you that it did not match. You will need to look through the Moneris PDF and decide which AVS codes you would like to decline for. You can also customize failed / decline messages with the admin section. If you need support installing this module ensure you also select installation and one of our developers will assist you. If you turn on (*Magento) system logging in the developer configuration and enable the test mode for the module it will print all the details for debugging purpose. Test mode also enables the development servers as Moneris uses different servers for production and development.

    Setting up your store to support dual currency (CAD & US)

    Magento gives you the ability to customize your store for currencies that are used in more than two hundred countries around the world.

    The base currency is used for all online payment transactions. Scope is defined by the catalog price scope.


    Step 1: Creating websites


    - Go to System > Manage Stores > Create Website

    - Set Name (lets use US Website as an example), Code (ussite, for example) and Sort Order (optional) > Save

    - Go to System > Manage Stores > Create Store

    - Use Website "US Website" (created above), Name "usstore" and Root Category "Root Catalog"

    - Go to System > Manage Stores > Create Store View

    - Use Store "usstore", Name "US English Store View", Code "usstoreview" and Status "Enabled"

    - Go to System > Configuration and under General select Web. Set Add Store Code to Urls to Yes


    Step 2: Assign products to both websites

    - Go to Catalog > Manage Products

    - Select all (or whichever products needed for both sites) > Actions: Update Attributes and Submit

    - Click on the Websites tab and check off both websites:


    - Go to System > Index Management > Select all and Reindex (may take a long time)

    - Go to System > Configuration

    - Ensure the Current Configuration Scope is set to Default Config

    - Go to Catalog > Price > Catalog Price Scope - click the dropdown and set to Website > Save Config

    - Reindex (takes a while)


    Step 3: Setting up dual currencies

    - Go back to System > Configuration, ensure you are under the same Default Config configuration scope.

    - Under General, select Currency Setup


    - Using Shift + Click, select CAD and USD under Allowed Currencies > Save Config

    Note: If you do not want the customer to control the currency, only select the one currency you'd like to use.

    - Switch Current Configuration Scope to Main Website

    - For Base Currency and Default Display Currency, uncheck Use Default and select Canadian Dollar in the drop down

    - The allowed currencies change is optional (Default is now 2 allowed currencies - CAD and USD), Save Config

    - Switch Current Configuration Scope to US website (This step is to double check that the Base

    Currency is set to USD, Default Display Currency is set to USD and Allowed Currencies to USD and CAD)

    - Go to System > Manage Currency > Rates


    - Select Import (or set them manually) > Save Currency Rates


    Step 4: Assigning the US module to the US store view and CDN module to CDN store view

    - Go to System > Configuration > Payment Methods, switch the Current Configuration Scope to Main Website .

    - Set the Moneris US Module to Enabled: No. This will ensure the US Moneris module does not appear on a Canadian website.

    - Next, switch the Current Configuration Scope to US Website.

    - Set the Moneris Canadian Module to Enabled: No. This will ensure the Canadian Moneris module does not appear on a US website.

Reviews
Installation

Installation

1. You must have FTP access to your server.

2. Extract the archive to your local computer.

3. Open the Magento root folder, upload the app folder.

Finishing Installation

1. Log in to your Magento admin panel.

2. Click 'System' > 'Cache Management'.

3. 'Select All' and 'Refresh' all cache.

4. Click 'System' > 'Configuration'.

5. Scroll down, on the left side navigation in the 'Sales' group click 'Payment Methods'.

6. Select the module and enter your details.

7. Select ‘Save Config’ to save your settings.

8. Place a test order to verify the shipping module shows up and is functioning properly.


The module has optional Postal Code AVS validation. You will need the developers handbook and a good understanding of how Moneris processes AVS to configure this option and use it for fraud protection. The AVS is postal code match only. You will have to select the options you would like to decline cards for. If you enable this and the postal code is not a match; it will still allow the transaction however it will notify you that it did not match. You will need to look through the Moneris PDF and decide which AVS codes you would like to decline for. You can also customize failed / decline messages with the admin section. If you need support installing this module ensure you also select installation and one of our developers will assist you. If you turn on (*Magento) system logging in the developer configuration and enable the test mode for the module it will print all the details for debugging purpose. Test mode also enables the development servers as Moneris uses different servers for production and development.

Setting up your store to support dual currency (CAD & US)

Magento gives you the ability to customize your store for currencies that are used in more than two hundred countries around the world.

The base currency is used for all online payment transactions. Scope is defined by the catalog price scope.


Step 1: Creating websites


- Go to System > Manage Stores > Create Website

- Set Name (lets use US Website as an example), Code (ussite, for example) and Sort Order (optional) > Save

- Go to System > Manage Stores > Create Store

- Use Website "US Website" (created above), Name "usstore" and Root Category "Root Catalog"

- Go to System > Manage Stores > Create Store View

- Use Store "usstore", Name "US English Store View", Code "usstoreview" and Status "Enabled"

- Go to System > Configuration and under General select Web. Set Add Store Code to Urls to Yes


Step 2: Assign products to both websites

- Go to Catalog > Manage Products

- Select all (or whichever products needed for both sites) > Actions: Update Attributes and Submit

- Click on the Websites tab and check off both websites:


- Go to System > Index Management > Select all and Reindex (may take a long time)

- Go to System > Configuration

- Ensure the Current Configuration Scope is set to Default Config

- Go to Catalog > Price > Catalog Price Scope - click the dropdown and set to Website > Save Config

- Reindex (takes a while)


Step 3: Setting up dual currencies

- Go back to System > Configuration, ensure you are under the same Default Config configuration scope.

- Under General, select Currency Setup


- Using Shift + Click, select CAD and USD under Allowed Currencies > Save Config

Note: If you do not want the customer to control the currency, only select the one currency you'd like to use.

- Switch Current Configuration Scope to Main Website

- For Base Currency and Default Display Currency, uncheck Use Default and select Canadian Dollar in the drop down

- The allowed currencies change is optional (Default is now 2 allowed currencies - CAD and USD), Save Config

- Switch Current Configuration Scope to US website (This step is to double check that the Base

Currency is set to USD, Default Display Currency is set to USD and Allowed Currencies to USD and CAD)

- Go to System > Manage Currency > Rates


- Select Import (or set them manually) > Save Currency Rates


Step 4: Assigning the US module to the US store view and CDN module to CDN store view

- Go to System > Configuration > Payment Methods, switch the Current Configuration Scope to Main Website .

- Set the Moneris US Module to Enabled: No. This will ensure the US Moneris module does not appear on a Canadian website.

- Next, switch the Current Configuration Scope to US Website.

- Set the Moneris Canadian Module to Enabled: No. This will ensure the Canadian Moneris module does not appear on a US website.

Magento Moneris Credit Card Payment Module US (On Site Processing)
$175.00

Availability: Contact us for installation

Magento Moneris Credit Card Payment Module US (On Site Processing)

More Views

Magento Moneris Credit Card Payment Module US (On Site Processing)
$175.00

Availability: Contact us for installation

Description

Details

This module has been replaced with a newer version


Please use the updated Moneris Credit Card Onsite Processing module which now covers USD processing.


Collins Harper provides numerous options for businesses looking for any kind of online payment solution. From anyone from experienced eCommerce owners to simple online payment options, there is a solution for every business.

Some customers just want the convenience of conducting business online. Whether they’re purchasing items, registering and paying for classes or simply paying a bill, online payments provide your customers with the added flexibility of doing business on their terms. It also helps you enhance your customer service by catering to their needs.

Moneris provides the solutions to process credit card payments online in a secure, real-time environment. Our Moneris module will authenticate customers in real-time, reducing the risk of fraudulent transactions. This module supports On-Site processing only for US Corporations with a Moneris USD merchant account.

Benefits

Easy access to transaction reporting. View online credit card sales 24/7 from any PC so that you can stay on top of your business.

Instant order notification. When your customer places an order, you can automatically receive an email so that you can fulfil the order quickly.

Enhance cardholder security. Through the hosted payment page, your customers’ credit card information is submitted and processed securely, ensuring their data remains protected.

Please ensure to contact Moneris to verify which module you need as Moneris has different processing for US Corp USD accounts vs Canadian Corp USD accounts. We’ll work with you to integrate and setup an online payment module that meets your needs. As we do not offer refunds or exchanges on modules it is your responsibility to ensure you have the right module before payment is submitted.

Support


Need Help? Please contact us using the contact form. Paid installation is available.

Not sure which module you need?
Try our Moneris module decision manager.




Frequently Asked Questions

Explanation of AVS/CVV: What is it? What does it do?
When I enable CVV/AVS, I run into errors. What's going on?
Magento, Moneris and Multiple Currencies
Additional Information

Additional Information

  • License
  • Commercial
  • System
  • Magento Module
  • System Version
  • 1.7.0.x
  • Warranty
  • 6 Months
  • Module Type
  • Payment Module
  • Installation Instructions
  • Installation

    1. You must have FTP access to your server.

    2. Extract the archive to your local computer.

    3. Open the Magento root folder, upload the app folder.

    Finishing Installation

    1. Log in to your Magento admin panel.

    2. Click 'System' > 'Cache Management'.

    3. 'Select All' and 'Refresh' all cache.

    4. Click 'System' > 'Configuration'.

    5. Scroll down, on the left side navigation in the 'Sales' group click 'Payment Methods'.

    6. Select the module and enter your details.

    7. Select ‘Save Config’ to save your settings.

    8. Place a test order to verify the shipping module shows up and is functioning properly.


    The module has optional Postal Code AVS validation. You will need the developers handbook and a good understanding of how Moneris processes AVS to configure this option and use it for fraud protection. The AVS is postal code match only. You will have to select the options you would like to decline cards for. If you enable this and the postal code is not a match; it will still allow the transaction however it will notify you that it did not match. You will need to look through the Moneris PDF and decide which AVS codes you would like to decline for. You can also customize failed / decline messages with the admin section. If you need support installing this module ensure you also select installation and one of our developers will assist you. If you turn on (*Magento) system logging in the developer configuration and enable the test mode for the module it will print all the details for debugging purpose. Test mode also enables the development servers as Moneris uses different servers for production and development.

    Setting up your store to support dual currency (CAD & US)

    Magento gives you the ability to customize your store for currencies that are used in more than two hundred countries around the world.

    The base currency is used for all online payment transactions. Scope is defined by the catalog price scope.


    Step 1: Creating websites


    - Go to System > Manage Stores > Create Website

    - Set Name (lets use US Website as an example), Code (ussite, for example) and Sort Order (optional) > Save

    - Go to System > Manage Stores > Create Store

    - Use Website "US Website" (created above), Name "usstore" and Root Category "Root Catalog"

    - Go to System > Manage Stores > Create Store View

    - Use Store "usstore", Name "US English Store View", Code "usstoreview" and Status "Enabled"

    - Go to System > Configuration and under General select Web. Set Add Store Code to Urls to Yes


    Step 2: Assign products to both websites

    - Go to Catalog > Manage Products

    - Select all (or whichever products needed for both sites) > Actions: Update Attributes and Submit

    - Click on the Websites tab and check off both websites:


    - Go to System > Index Management > Select all and Reindex (may take a long time)

    - Go to System > Configuration

    - Ensure the Current Configuration Scope is set to Default Config

    - Go to Catalog > Price > Catalog Price Scope - click the dropdown and set to Website > Save Config

    - Reindex (takes a while)


    Step 3: Setting up dual currencies

    - Go back to System > Configuration, ensure you are under the same Default Config configuration scope.

    - Under General, select Currency Setup


    - Using Shift + Click, select CAD and USD under Allowed Currencies > Save Config

    Note: If you do not want the customer to control the currency, only select the one currency you'd like to use.

    - Switch Current Configuration Scope to Main Website

    - For Base Currency and Default Display Currency, uncheck Use Default and select Canadian Dollar in the drop down

    - The allowed currencies change is optional (Default is now 2 allowed currencies - CAD and USD), Save Config

    - Switch Current Configuration Scope to US website (This step is to double check that the Base

    Currency is set to USD, Default Display Currency is set to USD and Allowed Currencies to USD and CAD)

    - Go to System > Manage Currency > Rates


    - Select Import (or set them manually) > Save Currency Rates


    Step 4: Assigning the US module to the US store view and CDN module to CDN store view

    - Go to System > Configuration > Payment Methods, switch the Current Configuration Scope to Main Website .

    - Set the Moneris US Module to Enabled: No. This will ensure the US Moneris module does not appear on a Canadian website.

    - Next, switch the Current Configuration Scope to US Website.

    - Set the Moneris Canadian Module to Enabled: No. This will ensure the Canadian Moneris module does not appear on a US website.

Reviews
Installation

Installation

1. You must have FTP access to your server.

2. Extract the archive to your local computer.

3. Open the Magento root folder, upload the app folder.

Finishing Installation

1. Log in to your Magento admin panel.

2. Click 'System' > 'Cache Management'.

3. 'Select All' and 'Refresh' all cache.

4. Click 'System' > 'Configuration'.

5. Scroll down, on the left side navigation in the 'Sales' group click 'Payment Methods'.

6. Select the module and enter your details.

7. Select ‘Save Config’ to save your settings.

8. Place a test order to verify the shipping module shows up and is functioning properly.


The module has optional Postal Code AVS validation. You will need the developers handbook and a good understanding of how Moneris processes AVS to configure this option and use it for fraud protection. The AVS is postal code match only. You will have to select the options you would like to decline cards for. If you enable this and the postal code is not a match; it will still allow the transaction however it will notify you that it did not match. You will need to look through the Moneris PDF and decide which AVS codes you would like to decline for. You can also customize failed / decline messages with the admin section. If you need support installing this module ensure you also select installation and one of our developers will assist you. If you turn on (*Magento) system logging in the developer configuration and enable the test mode for the module it will print all the details for debugging purpose. Test mode also enables the development servers as Moneris uses different servers for production and development.

Setting up your store to support dual currency (CAD & US)

Magento gives you the ability to customize your store for currencies that are used in more than two hundred countries around the world.

The base currency is used for all online payment transactions. Scope is defined by the catalog price scope.


Step 1: Creating websites


- Go to System > Manage Stores > Create Website

- Set Name (lets use US Website as an example), Code (ussite, for example) and Sort Order (optional) > Save

- Go to System > Manage Stores > Create Store

- Use Website "US Website" (created above), Name "usstore" and Root Category "Root Catalog"

- Go to System > Manage Stores > Create Store View

- Use Store "usstore", Name "US English Store View", Code "usstoreview" and Status "Enabled"

- Go to System > Configuration and under General select Web. Set Add Store Code to Urls to Yes


Step 2: Assign products to both websites

- Go to Catalog > Manage Products

- Select all (or whichever products needed for both sites) > Actions: Update Attributes and Submit

- Click on the Websites tab and check off both websites:


- Go to System > Index Management > Select all and Reindex (may take a long time)

- Go to System > Configuration

- Ensure the Current Configuration Scope is set to Default Config

- Go to Catalog > Price > Catalog Price Scope - click the dropdown and set to Website > Save Config

- Reindex (takes a while)


Step 3: Setting up dual currencies

- Go back to System > Configuration, ensure you are under the same Default Config configuration scope.

- Under General, select Currency Setup


- Using Shift + Click, select CAD and USD under Allowed Currencies > Save Config

Note: If you do not want the customer to control the currency, only select the one currency you'd like to use.

- Switch Current Configuration Scope to Main Website

- For Base Currency and Default Display Currency, uncheck Use Default and select Canadian Dollar in the drop down

- The allowed currencies change is optional (Default is now 2 allowed currencies - CAD and USD), Save Config

- Switch Current Configuration Scope to US website (This step is to double check that the Base

Currency is set to USD, Default Display Currency is set to USD and Allowed Currencies to USD and CAD)

- Go to System > Manage Currency > Rates


- Select Import (or set them manually) > Save Currency Rates


Step 4: Assigning the US module to the US store view and CDN module to CDN store view

- Go to System > Configuration > Payment Methods, switch the Current Configuration Scope to Main Website .

- Set the Moneris US Module to Enabled: No. This will ensure the US Moneris module does not appear on a Canadian website.

- Next, switch the Current Configuration Scope to US Website.

- Set the Moneris Canadian Module to Enabled: No. This will ensure the Canadian Moneris module does not appear on a US website.