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productcart:authorizenet [2017/09/19 14:47]
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productcart:authorizenet [2017/09/19 14:52] (current)
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 Error 3: This transaction cannot be accepted. Error 3: This transaction cannot be accepted.
  
-Keep in mind that this error is coming directly from Authorize.net,​ and not from ProductCart. One of the most common reasons is that your Transaction Key has changed or does not match the one originally entered in your Authorize.net Settings in the ProductCart Control Panel. You should then login to your Authorize.net Merchant Console and request a new Transaction Key, which is under:  ​+Keep in mind that this error is coming directly from Authorize.net,​ and not from ProductCart. One of the most common reasons is that your **Transaction Key** has changed or does not match the one originally entered in your Authorize.net Settings in the ProductCart Control Panel. You should then login to your Authorize.net Merchant Console and request a new Transaction Key, which is under:  ​
  
 Settings & Profile > Security > Obtain New Transaction Key Settings & Profile > Security > Obtain New Transaction Key
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 .... then login to the ProductCart Control Panel and paste the new Transaction Key into the proper field below the login ID under the Authorize.net settings, and update your settings. .... then login to the ProductCart Control Panel and paste the new Transaction Key into the proper field below the login ID under the Authorize.net settings, and update your settings.
  
-Another reason for Error 3, is if you have enabled the Fraud Detection Suite in Authorize.net,​ they require a specific IP Address of your ProductCart Server to verify that each request is legitimate... however if your Server IP Address ever changes for any reason, then your ProductCart Store will no be able to communicate with Authorize.net - so you will need to update the Server IP Address in the Authorize.net Fraud Detection Suite settings.+Another reason for Error 3, is if you have enabled the **Fraud Detection Suite** in Authorize.net,​ they require a specific IP Address of your ProductCart Server to verify that each request is legitimate... however if your Server IP Address ever changes for any reason, then your ProductCart Store will no be able to communicate with Authorize.net - so you will need to update the Server IP Address in the Authorize.net Fraud Detection Suite settings.
  

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