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  1. power182

    CCBill Gateway Module

    Yes the denial URL and approval URL are settings on the subaccount level so you are on the right track. The %% attributes will be string replaced with real values by the CCBill system when the URLs are called after an action is take so leave them in tack as is. If you anticipate making multiple sales to a single consumer in a short period (each shopping cart checkout is considered one sale to CCBill; even if it has 10 products in it so I am saying one consumer checking out multiple times in a short period (days)) of time contact CCBill and ask them to have "multisub" turned on for your account. Their fraud team will have to review your request before they can institute it but as long as it legitimate they will do so. Products do NOT need to be registered with CCBill so one subaccount per site should suffice, as long as they turn on multisub, access management for the download should be handled by OSCommerce (their download products feature) not CCBill. Hope that helps! Good luck!
  2. power182

    CCBill Gateway Module

    Have you considered using the CCBill user management system? They offer the client install script in php that supports MySQL. You would have to modify the script to use the OSCommerce database but that would by fairly simply as all you would need to do is update the queries to the new database schema. If you wanted to use the OSCommerce login as the username and password you could simply set the form system up to accept passed in usernames and passwords and pass them in during the signup process. The only reason I would think this would be a better solution is this allows their customer support to update usernames and passwords if a consumer has forgot their login information.... Just some food for thought.
  3. power182

    CCBill Gateway Module

    While I haven't directly tested it using both modules at first glance I don't see any issues with using both of them. The CCBill module is a fairly standard payment module so there are no quirky customizations that break other modules. I have tested the CCBill module using the download manager in OSCommerce and this just looks like an enhancement to that. Let me know if you run into any issues.
  4. power182

    CCBill Gateway Module

    You are using OSCommerce for recurring billing membership sites? Honestly I never intended this to be supported as OSCommerce is more for one time purchases of downloadable content. Which modules (OSCommerce) are you using to support recurring membership? I will look into support this if you can point me in the direction of how the install looks. Thanks!
  5. power182

    Developer needed for gateway integration

    Did you have EC Suite enable your account for Dynamic Pricing? They need to do this... the error you are receiving could be caused by this or the shared key is incorrect. I PMed you my contact information, I can help you or get somebody that can. Thanks!
  6. power182

    CCBill Gateway Module

    Yes, there are two methods. First is the background post which is real time and happens with the transaction. You can configure this to go to any URL you wish by configuring the destination in the CCBill Admin (there is one for approvals and one for denials). Additionally there is a system called datalink to import the data on a scheduled basis. CCBill Client Support can help you setup either or both of these options.
  7. power182

    Developer needed for gateway integration

    It is indeed.... http://addons.oscommerce.com/info/6220
  8. power182

    CCBill Gateway Module

    Ken, You need to contact CCBill and get your subaccount setup to what they call "dynamic pricing". This will allow your cart to pass in the price that is to be charged instead of using what you setup in the admin (for pricing). Contact them at clientsupport@ccbill.com to get this setup or PM me if you have questions.
  9. power182

    CCBill Gateway Module

    Released CCBill Payment Module
  10. power182

    CCBill Module

    5.5% PLUS .45 cents per transactions PLUS a setup fee PLUS a chargeback fee.... CCBill's fee is all inclusive (no setup no chargback fees), so depending on the price point the flat fee might be a better rate than the 5.5% PLUS .45 cents....
  11. power182

    CCBill Gateway Module

    This module will be release in the next few days.... I will post when it is completed. You will need to do a few things in the CCBill Admin as well as get approval from client support for "Dynamic Pricing" but other than that it will work out of the box.
  12. power182

    A Good UK payment module?

    In addition to what he said above it is against card association regulations to store the CVV2 number..... You can lose your merchant account for doing this and put your consumers at serious risk. Its a bad practice and gives online merchants a bad name.
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    Developer needed for gateway integration

    This may be a bit late but I am actually working on this project right now. I am about 90% complete and will put up a module for it once done. PM me if you need it before then or if anybody has any questions... it works extremely well with downloadables.
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