November 11, 2013 at 2:03 am #10003
Hi, on my test site, I’ve been having trouble with PDT Verification Failed message for the past week. I used to receive verification email from PayPal (Sandbox), both buyer and seller. Now I am unable to receive either. I’ve done independent test emails and they work fine, but just not with the eStore/PayPal purchases. I have made sure my Return URL and PDT Identity Token is correct. I can see from withing the eStore plugin that the transactions have been verified and links have been created for downloadable products .
I am using Chameleon theme by Elegant Themes if that’s any help.
Here is my Site Diagnostics info:
WP eStore Version: 6.9.9
WP Version: 3.7.1
MySQL Version: 5.1.72
WP Table Prefix: wp_
PHP Version: 5.4.21
Session Save Path: /tmp
WP URL: [http://wordpress.calvaryrecordsms.com]
Server Name: wordpress.calvaryrecordsms.com
Cookie Domain: wordpress.calvaryrecordsms.com
CURL Library Present: Yes
Debug File Write Permissions: Writable
Debug File Link:
Please let me know if I need to supply any further info and many thanks for your help.November 11, 2013 at 2:10 am #58860mbrsolutionParticipant
Hello you might want to upload a new version of your eStore plugin…Please read the following URL
Let us know how you go.
Kind regardsNovember 11, 2013 at 6:51 pm #58861
Hi, I uploaded a new version of eStore plugin as suggested, but unfortunately I’m still getting the same result: PDT verification failed! Could not verify the authenticity of the payment with PayPal!November 11, 2013 at 11:01 pm #58862wpCommerceModerator
@gnick600, Can I take a look at the
Return URLfor your PDT configuration?
It might even be a bug since you are doing the transaction in sandbox. I would recommend you to create a new merchant account and try another transaction.November 11, 2013 at 11:09 pm #58863
Sure, here’s the link:
… And in the meantime, I’ll be trying to create a new merchant account.
Thanks for your help!November 12, 2013 at 1:37 am #58864adminKeymaster
Take a look at this post:
PayPal sandbox testing usually always fails due to a sandbox account setup issue.
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