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Re: Do you know what this company is using for payment processing?

No. This only refers to merchant-defined fields, and there are standard field names you can use for name, customer, billing, and shipping addresses, etc. Most of those pieces of data you wouldn't be collecting anyway.

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Re: Do you know what this company is using for payment processing?

Do you think its possible to pre authroize a persons payment with DPM. Also do you think we could some how store a payment method kind of how amazon stores your payments so when you buy again you can use the same credit card? I heard some talk about this and I was told it could be done with out actually storing the payment method on our server and could maintain PCI complience. 

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Re: Do you know what this company is using for payment processing?

1) Yes, you can authorize transactions using DPM and then later capture them using AIM (for up to 30 days).

 

2) Yes, you can use CIM with hosted popups for the billing management. This allows you to avoid PCI compliance issues and still be able to bill the customer at any time and for any amount (assuming, of course, that the card is still active and has sufficient balance).