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yes, called Credit Card with CVV2 at URL:

http://www.oscommerce.com/community/contributions,2954

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You can not save the CVV/CVV2 security code at all, its against Visa and Mastercard rules.

 

Storing CVV/CVV2 codes puts you in risk of losing your merchant account, possibly being blacklisted so that you can not get a new merchant account aswell as having to pay penalty fines.

 

If you wish to use CVV/CVV2 security code then you have to be connected through a real time gateway, then the CVV/CVV2 number is not stored, but a transaction autorization code is issued and returned back. (This autorization code you can then in turn store)

 

 

NOTE: The customers card does not have to be charged at this point, the amount purchased for can simply be reserved/authorized and can be activated at a later date.

 

 

Click for more information...

 

Even if you are not collecting/storing the CVV/CV2 code then using a termina; to process internet orders offline WILL be in breach of your merchant agreement an you will be liable to be blacklisted. You need to be fully PCI compliant to capture ANY card details - are you?

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