Return Funds to a Customer
This code steps you through the process of refunding payments that have been made on settled transactions.
There are three outcomes when processing credit card transactions:
An error could result from a variety of conditions such as missing data, invalid card numbers, and expiration dates provided in invalid formats.
The following sample code makes method calls utilizing our ruby gem.
Download BluePay gem
# BluePay Ruby Sample code.
# This code sample runs a $3.00 Credit Card Sale transaction
# against a customer using test payment information. If
# approved, a 2nd transaction is run to partially refund the
# customer for $1.75 of the $3.00.
# If using TEST mode, odd dollar amounts will return
# an approval and even dollar amounts will return a decline.
ACCOUNT_ID = "Merchant's Account ID"
SECRET_KEY = "Merchant's Secret Key"
MODE = "TEST"
payment = BluePay.new(
address1: "123 Test St.",
address2: "Apt #500",
email: "[email protected]"
cc_number: "4111111111111111", # Customer Credit Card Number
cc_expiration: "1215", # Card Expiration Date: MMYY
cvv2: "123" # Card CVV2
payment.sale(amount: "3.00") # Sale Amount: $3.00
# Makes the API Request for processing the sale
# If transaction was approved..
payment_return = BluePay.new(
# Creates a refund transaction against previous sale
trans_id: payment.get_trans_id, # id of previous transaction to refund
amount: "1.75" # partial refund of $1.75
# Makes the API Request to process refund
# Reads the response from BluePay
puts "TRANSACTION STATUS: " + payment_return.get_status
puts "TRANSACTION MESSAGE: " + payment_return.get_message
puts "TRANSACTION ID: " + payment_return.get_trans_id
puts "AVS RESPONSE: " + payment_return.get_avs_code
puts "CVV2 RESPONSE: " + payment_return.get_cvv2_code
puts "MASKED PAYMENT ACCOUNT: " + payment_return.get_masked_account
puts "CARD TYPE: " + payment_return.get_card_type
puts "AUTH CODE: " + payment_return.get_auth_code