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Tokenizing card details

Hi,
I'm really looking for some advice on which API method to use, each of them seems to partially fit what I would like but nothing is ideal, I don't know if I'm missing something.

 

What I would like is a way to capture customer card details and have them stored on authorize.net to take payment(s) at a later date - but without having to handle cc information on my own server. At first it seemed like CIM fit the bill but the forms to collect the information don't really seem to be customisable in the same way as the others and in their current state they don't really fit.

 

Is CIM the only way to store card details for use later?

 

The DPM looks good but as far as I can see it just takes a single authorization,capture etc. and the person would have to insert their card details each time they want to make a payment. I don't think there is any way to make another charge. Is this right?

 

Thanks in advance for your help.


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Nope. There isn't anyway to customise it right now. As for the credit card and bank account, I remember reading it as a settings on the account, and it is both enable on the test account, and I think you will need to request to turn bank account on, on the production/live account.

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Yes, currently only CIM allow you do store CC info on authoriz.net

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Thanks for the quick response!

 

I was hoping there would be another solution hidden there somewhere.
Do you know if there is any way to customise the form? When I request the hosted form i get 2 options at the top, 'credit card' and 'bank account' but I don't want to offer bank account.

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Nope. There isn't anyway to customise it right now. As for the credit card and bank account, I remember reading it as a settings on the account, and it is both enable on the test account, and I think you will need to request to turn bank account on, on the production/live account.

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Re: Tokenizing card details

Thanks for your help