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Admin Panel for really old developer account

I have a reaaaaalllllllyyyyy old developer account and haven't logged into the admin panel as a "user" virtually since I signed up for the account. I now need to access it so i can get a token for webhooks so I can add support to me Authnet library. Unfortunately I couldn't tell you what email address I signed up with or what my login credentials are.

 

What is the best way for me to get this information again?


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Re: Admin Panel for really old developer account

Hello @stymiee

 

If it's been a very long time, it is likely a shared sandbox account which we no longer support.  You can quickly create a new sandbox account at http://developer.authorize.net/sandbox

 

I can also lookup the account if you have the API Login.

 

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Re: Admin Panel for really old developer account

Hello @stymiee

 

If it's been a very long time, it is likely a shared sandbox account which we no longer support.  You can quickly create a new sandbox account at http://developer.authorize.net/sandbox

 

I can also lookup the account if you have the API Login.

 

Richard


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Re: Admin Panel for really old developer account

I definitely had a shared account so I think getting a new account might be the best course of action. Thank you for you help!


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