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:

  1. Approved
  2. Declined
  3. Error

Refunds can only be run on 'Approved' transactions that have been settled. 'Declined' transactions cannot be refunded. As a result, in order to test the refund process, you must first pass an odd dollar amount. This will return the transaction with an 'Approved' status. Then, you can test a refund for the transaction.

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 use of various headers and source files.
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//
// BluePay C++ 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.


#include "Return_Funds.h"
#include "../bluepay-cpp/BluePay.h"
#include <iostream>
using namespace std;

void returnFunds(){
string accountId = "Merchant's Account ID Here";
string secretKey = "Merchant's Secret Key Here";
string mode = "TEST";

BluePay payment(
  accountId,
    secretKey,
    mode
);

payment.setCustomerInformation(
    "Bob", // First Name
    "Tester", // Last Name
    "123 Test St.", // Address1
    "Apt #500", // Address2
    "Testville", // City
    "IL", // State
    "54321", // Zip
    "USA", // Country
    "1231231234", // Phone Number
    "[email protected]" // Email Address
);

payment.setCCInformation(
"4111111111111111", // Card Number
    "1225", // Card Expire
    "123" // Card CVV2
);

// Sale Amount: $3.00
payment.sale("3.00");

payment.process();


// Reads the responses from BluePay if transaction was approved
if (payment.isSuccessfulTransaction()){

BluePay paymentRefund(
accountId,
secretKey,
mode
);

paymentRefund.refund(payment.getTransId(), "1.75");

paymentRefund.process();

// Reads the responses from BluePay
cout << string("Transaction Status: ") + paymentRefund.getResult() + "\n";
cout << string("Transaction Message: ") + paymentRefund.getMessage() + "\n";
cout << string("Transaction ID: ") + paymentRefund.getTransId() + "\n";
cout << string("AVS Result: ") + paymentRefund.getAvs() + "\n";
cout << string("CVV2 Result: ") + paymentRefund.getCvv2() + "\n";
cout << string("Masked Payment Account: ") + paymentRefund.getMaskedPaymentAccount() + "\n";
cout << string("Card Type: ") + paymentRefund.getCardType() + "\n";
cout << string("Authorization Code: ") + paymentRefund.getAuthCode() + "\n";
}
else {
        cout << string("Error: ") + payment.getMessage();
}
}
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