Check If a Customer Has Enough Credit Available
This code steps you through the process of validating a customer's credit card information and authorizing a potential charge against the card.
You can test for both outcomes:
Approved: When you pass odd dollar amounts, payment authorizations are returned with an 'Approved' status.
Declined: When you pass even dollar amounts, payment authorizations are returned with a 'Declined' status.
# BluePay Python Sample code.
# This code sample runs a $3.00 Credit Card Auth transaction
# against a customer using test payment information.
# If using TEST mode, odd dollar amounts will return
# an approval and even dollar amounts will return a decline.
from __future__ import print_function
import os.path, sys
from BluePay import BluePay
account_id = "Merchant's Account ID Here"
secret_key = "Merchant's Secret Key Here"
mode = "TEST"
payment = BluePay(
account_id = account_id,
secret_key = secret_key,
mode = mode
name1 = "Bob",
name2 = "Tester",
addr1 = "123 Test St.",
addr2 = "Apt #500",
city = "Testville",
state = "IL",
zipcode = "54321",
country = "USA"
card_number = "4111111111111111",
card_expire = "1225",
cvv2 = "123"
payment.auth(amount = '3.00')
# Makes the API Request for a credit card authorization
# Read response from BluePay
print('Transaction Status: ' + payment.status_response)
print('Transaction Message: ' + payment.message_response)
print('Transaction ID: ' + payment.trans_id_response)
print('AVS Result: ' + payment.avs_code_response)
print('CVV2 Result: ' + payment.cvv2_code_response)
print('Masked Payment Account: ' + payment.masked_account_response)
print('Card Type: ' + payment.card_type_response)
print('Auth Code: ' + payment.auth_code_response)
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