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Credit Cards - help


luvnailz

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I am working on getting my site up and running. I need to be able to view credit card numbers so I can process them by hand. I dont want something processing automatically because sometimes I need to subsititute a product or call a customer to verify something. When I go to test an order, if I put a fake card on the system says the number isn't valid, where is it checking that? I dont want the credit cards processed by anyone but me. I understand that it will email me the middle numbers, but where do i find the rest of the numbers? And whats it doing to validate the credit cards? Thanks in advance

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Don't quote me on this.

 

I think it checks that it is a real credit card number. Its called the Luhn algorithm. It's not actually checking if the number is valid but it does check if it is real. You can use 1111111111111111 for testing purposes.

 

You can find the cc numbers in the orders table in the database.

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I thought it was 4111111111111111 for testing... :D

 

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Yes, you are right!! :blush:

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