• Subject: Re: Fw: Credit Card Verification from AS/400
  • From: Glenn Ericson <Glenn-Ericson@xxxxxxx>
  • Date: Fri, 19 Dec 1997 09:48:31 -0500

Sounds  good -
 Christopher & Associates name comes up often in this area.

 Have you  validated that it cant handle expiry dates beyond 12/31/99 ?
That  would only leave concerns with the providers from outside your
 system, usually before the issuing bank.  When the is a failure in that
  network how does the product  handle it?

Happy Holidays

Glenn
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At 02:52 AM 12/19/97 +0000, you wrote:
>
>
>----------
>Try Christopher & Associates.  We use it a Century Martial Art Supply.  25
>telephone sales agents get credit cards authorized while the customer is on
>the phone.  Also makes fraud easy to detect.  To install, you just put a
>call/parms in the order entry program.
>
>
>Steven Easton 
>seaston@ionet.net
>Midrange Systems Design
>http://www.ionet.net/virtual/dpma/
>Century Martial Art Supply
>http://www.centuryma.com/
>
>
>Jeffrey M. Silberberg wrote:
>
>>  I am looking for some insite in to an AS/400 based Credit Card
>> verification/Authorization process.  While I often see the little ZON
>> processors next to AS/400 green screens, I seldom see a green Screen
>> application that is doing credit card processing online with a service in
>> the back ground.
>>
>>  I know the SET processing is comming with a future release but I am not
>> even sure that this will be the right answer for this type application. I
>> am looking for a leased/dial up link under control of a batch task that
>> receives requests from a data queue, handshakes with the authorizing
>> agency and returns the response to requesting user.
>>
>>  Any direction, contacts, reading material is appreciated...
>>
>>  Thanks,
>>  Jeff Silberberg
>>  CompuDesigns, Inc.
>
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