Using Authorize.Net with our
Accepting Internet Payments
Process dollar payments for US merchants.
Countries outside of the US can find a list of
compatible payment systems on our merchant account page.
Authorize Net's gateway is compatible with the
Shop 3 version of our program using their AIM and SIM integration methods.
How to intregrate your website
(Option 1) Create an
Add to Cart button
You can be up and running in minutes.
Create "Add to Cart" buttons for your order pages.
Try our button generator to test how it works.
(Option 2) Shop 3 Shopping Cart (Fully working demo)
Creates the entire payment page for the shopping cart, including description. thumbnails and the order
Fully compatible with Authorize.Net AIM and SIM methods of integation.
Shopping Cart 3
Installation Program (12mb)
SIM (Simple Integration Method) is a secure
online payment-processing system for the shopping cart that allows Internet-based
businesses to authorize, process and manage credit card transactions directly from their
Web site. There are no worries about the complicated software, hardware and expertise
normally associated with enabling e-commerce.
The integration method captures the necessary customer
information (name, credit card number, etc.) from a merchants own secure transaction
page, or it can display a customizable transaction page hosted on an Authorize.Net secure
server, for the customer to fill out.
The customers information is encrypted using 40- or 128-bit Secure Socket Layer
technology and sent from the shopping cart to an Authorize.Net transaction server. The
server sends the data through the authorization network to the appropriate card issuer's
bank, using a secure, proprietary connection. When the authorization process is complete
-- this takes around five seconds -- the customer receives an approval or decline response
and the Authorize.Net server stores the transaction. Transactions are automatically
settled each day and are funded within two to three business days.
We also have an alternative payment solution for the
SIM payment method.
Merchants can check the status of transactions or run reports on past activity by going to
the Authorize.Net Web site and logging on to their own password-protected Authorize.Net
site. And online businesses can use the Authorize.Net Virtual Terminal to enter payment
information manually if customers prefer to call in their credit card information.